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Halloween Howl & Costume Dinner with Halloween room rate specials. Click here for more info.


Thanksgiving Dinner reservations now open!!! Click here for more info.

***Fall Lodging Special: Up to 20% off in October

Reserve your room on any of these dates to receive the fall lodging special pricing.

10/4- 10/8, 10/12- 15, 10/18 -22, 10/25-26, 10/29-11/5

Upper Smith Cabins: $75
Lower Cabins: $85
Lodge Room : $99

*Lodging tax and other fees my apply. Subject to availability. No rain-checks. Promotions cannot be combined. New bookings only.

Call (866) 575-8875 or click here to request a reservation.


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A National Historic Landmark, South Falls Lodge at Silver Falls State Park combines the best in mother nature with the best in human nature. Built by Civilian Conservation Corps workers in 1940-41, South Falls Lodge complements the breathtaking beauty of Silver Falls State Park with timeless park lodge style and guest services.  South Falls Lodge is available to be reserved after hours for weddings, holiday parties, special occasions and events.

Silver Falls Lodge & Conference Center has long been one of Oregon’s favorite places to meet. In 2014, its management was assigned by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department to Silver Falls Recreation Company, whose parent company has been serving national, state and regional park visitors since 1975.

Just 35 minutes east of Salem, 1.5 hours south of Portland International Airport and 20 minutes south of Silverton, near Sublimity, Silver Falls State Park is closeby, yet sufficiently secluded to allow for productive meetings, intimate ceremonies and inspirational outings.

Best known for its many waterfalls, Silver Falls State Park features more than 30 miles of trails, including the renowned Trail of Ten Falls, a National Recreation Trail. Situated in a temperate rain forest, the park is a favorite of hikers, picnickers, bicyclists, anglers, photographers, equestrians, swimmers, dog-walkers, wildlife viewers and anyone moved by nature’s wonders.