The Log Cabin Inn, originally a stage stop in the late 1800’s later became a resort and soon an Oregon landmark and placed on the National Historical Registry.

Tragically destroyed by fire in 2006, with ‘one cabin’ remaining, the approximate seven acre site was purchased and re-development began.

This ‘one cabin’ has been named “The Hoover” because former President Herbert Hoover frequented the Log Cabin Inn, along with Clark Gable, the Duke of Windsor and many others of notoriety.

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