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Please note:  Rooms #2 through #8 are upstairs on the second level. There is no elevator available.

Pet Policy:  McGee Canyon, Lake View, and Ice House are pet friendly, with a max of 2 pets.

All rooms have been upgraded and include:

  • Heated bathroom floors
  • Heated Towel Bars
  • Hair Dryers
  • Keurig coffee makers
  • Mini Fridges
  • Microwaves
  • New beds
  • Wi-Fi
  • New LED TV with DirecTV
  • A/C provided during summer months
  • Both cabins have full kitchens, propane BBQ grills and hot tubs!

McGee Canyon – Room 1

This ground floor room has a separate entrance outside with an ADA wheelchair accessible ramp leading to a private porch.  This rooms includes a brand new King bed and twin sofa bed and full size couch. Perfect for 3 people to enjoy. Room 1 has been upgraded with a wall mounted electric fireplace and beautiful laminate flooring! It even has a walk-in closet!  This is our most spacious room.


McGee Creek – Room 2

A spacious second floor room with a vaulted ceiling and a view of McGee Creek. Room 2 has a King bed and twin bed. 60″ LED TV, and electric fireplace.  The bathroom has a shower and bathtub.


Nevahbe – Room 3

Named after Nevahbe Ridge, above Crowley Lake, connecting the southern lateral moraine of the old McGee Creek glacier to Mount Morgan. It has a magnificent view of McGee Mountain and the Sierras. This second floor room features one Queen bed.

Montgomery Peak – Room 4

Room 4 has exquisite views of Crowley Lake, Glass Mountain Ridge, and the White Mountains. This room is on the second floor featuring one King size bed.  The bathroom includes a oversize luxury tub with shower.


Mt. Morgan – Room 5

Room 5 is located on the second floor and has a glorious mountain views as room 3! This room features a Queen bed perfect for 2 people

Boundary Peak – Room 6

Room 6 is a second floor room that offers great views of Crowley Lake, the Glass Mountain Ridge and White Mountains. The room features a King bed.  The bathroom includes an oversize luxury tub with shower.


Red Mountain – Room 7

This second floor room has a beautiful view of the Sierras. Room 7 has a Queen bed and twin bed. The bathroom includes a shower and bathtub.


Wheeler Ridge – Room 8

This second floor room has an unobstructed view of Crowley Lake, the Glass Mountain Ridge and White Mountains. Room 8 has a Queen bed and Double sofa bed. The bathroom has a large shower with skylight.



Our two cabins a separate from the main Lodge and provide extra privacy

Lake View 

The Lake View Cabin has been updated with a full renovated kitchen with all new appliances and the addition of a dishwasher, and a gas fireplace for extra comfort! This is a pet friendly one bedroom cabin with a comfortable living area and bathroom. The bedroom features a Queen bed, and Queen sofa bed in the living room. Upgraded windows provide great natural light throughout the cabin. The bedroom and kitchen showcase an amazing view of Crowley Lake, the Glass Mountain Ridge and White Mountains. You can also enjoy this amazing view while BBQing or soaking in the hot tub! This cabin also has A/C.



Ice House Cabin

The Ice House Cabin will sleep 4 with a Queen bed in the upstairs loft and a Full size sofa sleeper in the living area. The bathroom has a tub and shower. There is a full kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. The cabin stays cozy with a gas fireplace! The Ice House features a propane BBQ grill & hot tub situated amongst beautiful apple trees. This cabin is pet friendly.



An Ice House is a building used to store ice throughout the year, commonly used prior to the invention of the refrigerator. They were usually man-made structures and were always close to natural sources of winter ice such as freshwater lakes or ponds.

During the winter, before the McGee Creek Lodge had refrigeration, ice would be harvested from the trout ponds across the original highway (known today as Crowley Lake Drive). The ice would then be taken into the ice house and be packed with insulation (straw or sawdust). The ice would remain frozen for many months, often until the following winter, and could be used as a source of ice during the summer months. The main application of the ice was the storage of foods, but it could also be used simply to cool drinks, or in the preparation of cold desserts such as ice cream.