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Cooper Spur Mountain Resort

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We stayed one night on our way through to Hood River. The room with 3 beds was convenient for our family and facilities all good. Only comment would be that the rooms were a little dark. We enjoyed the use of the tennis court and loved the easy access to the Mt Hood walks . We would highly recommend the Tilly Jane trail to Cooper Spur. Would also highly recommend the Crooked tree restaurant for dinner and breakfast. The food was really good.

I’m rare to write a review because I literally hate taking the time but this visit was awful. We visited from Pennsylvania and were doing an Oregon/Washington girls trip. We stayed only one night as we took our trip a day at a time. We were literally the ONLY guests visiting while we stayed and there were no other cars in the parking lot which felt a bit creepy. The rooms were beautiful, clean and cozy which was essentially what we needed however the service was horrible. Being the only guests you’d think service would be on par unfortunately we were wrong. We were the only guests at the tavern restaurant and the food was absolutely horrible, it tasted as if it had been sitting for DAYS. The girl who served at the tavern was completely rude and unfriendly. She must have also been in charge of the facility for the night as we left dinner and headed to hang out in the hot tubs on the rainy night she came to shut it down a bit before 9. She was extremely rude in telling us it was almost 9 and closing time for the hot tubs even though there were literally ZERO other guest and we were not loud or interruptive at all. You know rules are rules and I get but being the only guests on the property you’d expect a bit of leniency. Bottom line yes the room served its purpose but don’t expect an experience here, the food and staff are terrible.

Quiet, beautiful location with personal service. Great food, great bar. Even for the off season, everything was open and focussed on service. A great spot for a getaway or as a base camp for great hiking and skiing

My husband and I stayed here for a two night getaway and just loved the place. We stayed in the Homestead cabin and it was perfect for the two of us. It is very spacious and very clean. The kitchen has everything you need. The only suggestion to the manager would be to replace the mattress and fix the noise the bed makes. Both make for an unpleasant sleep. And replace the loveseat in the living room. The staff were so friendly and helpful. I have to mention Nichole. She is the most sweetest and friendly person. She really made our stay fabulous. She really goes out of her way for you. They are lucky to have her. The food in the tavern was excellent. We ate both lunch and dinner and loved everything we had. Breakfast is continental but it was just enough. The coffee is amazing. I’m so glad we stayed here and thank you for making our stay memorable.

It is super nice to have a kid friendly resort on Mt. Hood that makes children feel really welcome from check-in and the offer of games to having places on site for small scale sledding & fort building. The food available is also kid friendly. For a family snow vacation, this place is definitely one of the top picks.

I was royally screwed, from the no lift tickets discount, no shuttle, bath tub malfunctions, scales and other inedible products in the tavern food and lastly the free breakfast which includes stale pastries and flavorless oatmeal. At the very least they could have eggs and/or bagels. The only upside to my stay was the hot tubs. If the hot tubs are worth the money for your stay and the risk of getting screwed over and not even offered some sort of a refund then this is the resort for you.

We stayed for the Christmas holiday and had a great time. The staff was very friendly and welcoming, and we loved the proximity to the ski trails. On our last day we discovered the x-county ski trail the resort owns and had a great time. We appreciated the fresh ground coffee provided for the room and the amazing heat - the rooms really warm up fast and stay warm. We thought it would have been nice to have had access to more information from the resort about their ski areas - there wasn't any information posted in the office and the online information wasn't up-to-date. We deeply appreciated the staff who worked over the Christmas holiday. A few things we noticed that have nothing to do with the staff were that our room had a "basement" feel to it, since the only window opened up to a very public walkway, so we mostly kept the blinds shut. We thought it would have been nice to have had way to let in light without our room being on public display - a set of up/down blinds would have improved the situation. The continental breakfast had homemade muffins and cinnamon rolls (a nice touch!), but we wished the coffee had been brewed stronger. The service in the restaurant/tavern was great- we really enjoyed the servers and the friendliness of the staff. The food in the restaurant/tavern was good but uneven - some nights were better than others. For example, we had a great pot roast one night, but then the next night we were served a side of "stuffing" that was just dried bread crumbs. Overall we had good time and enjoyed the proximity to the snow.

Thanks to Susan and all of the other people on the staff at the resort who out of their way to make our stay an enjoyable one, and to make it fun for our young son to be there. They don't make resorts like this anymore - what with the slightly-dated but still attractive buildings and grounds as well as the personal touches of hospitality - so it was like a blast from the past. (Good coffee too!)

We rented the private log home for our family vacation. We had 7 adults, 2 teenagers, and 2 babies. The only thing that would have made this house better would be just one more bathroom, but that's only because there were 9 of us! The setting could not have been better ... the view of Mt. Hood from the back yard was breathtaking! We thoroughly enjoyed the large yard (kids played volleyball and babies crawled in the soft, green grass) and the hot tub in the cool evenings was so nice. The kitchen in the home was nicely updated (including a wine refrigerator) and worked quite well for us. Two bags of local coffee were provided when we checked in ... a very nice touch. There are plenty of hiking trails in the area. Check out Tamanawas Falls Trail. Staff were very friendly and helpful. The only small criticism I have is for the continental breakfast provided at the Crooked Tree Tavern. Having a full kitchen, we cooked breakfast every day except one during our stay. We were running behind one morning and decided to run over to the main part of the resort to grab a couple of pastries rather than cook ourselves. It was about 9:00 a.m. Much of the breakfast was already gone, including coffee and pastries. We didn't see anyone to ask about refilling anything either. To be fair, it is quite possible that refills were in the works back in the kitchen and we just didn't hang around long enough to see. I felt bad for the other lodgers who were not staying in a house with a kitchen who had come down to get breakfast and found none. There were several such lodgers in the breakfast area when we were there and found little to eat. Other than this one small slip, the resort was very nice. We would definitely stay here again.

Check in was easy and they had some games and a small selection of snacks/drinks/beer for sale in the office. My husband and I stayed in the lodge for a night in June. The room was spacious with a desk, small sitting area, mini fridge, coffee maker and even a wine fridge. There was a microwave and toaster outside of the room. The room had gorgeous wood panels on all the walls and ceiling adding to the cabin feel. It seems like a neat place to stay especially in the winter. There weren't any scenic views from our room but it was quiet. If it were me, I'd do some work on the grounds and maybe add a garden and some nice landscaping, walking trails and outside seating areas out back where there is a little bit of a view of the foothills. It's maybe 15 minutes off of Highway 35 on a nice paved road. There are some hiking trails nearby although I believe you have to drive to the trailhead. Tamanawas falls was about a 20 minute drive away, but I highly recommend it! The restaurant was pretty good and the bartender was friendly and had some great beers on tap. Happy hour prices were nice.

10755 Cooper Spur Road Mount Hood OR

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Ski-in/ski-out access

Cooper Spur Mountain Resort places you next to Cascade Range and within a 10-minute walk of Mount Hood National Forest. This 16-room resort has conveniences like a restaurant, ski-in/ski-out access, and free in-room WiFi.


You can enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the onsite restaurant for a bite to eat.


Guests can enjoy satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Other standard amenities include a coffee maker and an ironing board.

Property features

Ski-in/ski-out access, a spa tub, and an outdoor tennis court are featured at Cooper Spur Mountain Resort. There's free parking if you drive. Helpful staff is there to provide front-desk service during limited hours, as well as offer insight about the area. Other amenities at this ski resort include free WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and express check-out.

Room options

Condo, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Loft

King 1 | Sleeps 8

Log House, 4 Bedrooms

King 1 | Sleeps 12

Standard Cabin, 1 Bedroom(Pet-Friendly)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 3

Standard Room, 1 Queen Bed, 2 Twin Beds

Queen 1 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

76.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 170 reviews

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.