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Our Photo Tour will lead you around the Antelope Lodge and show you a few of the things that make it special to us and many of our guests. Have a look around, we hope that you will like what you see!

As you drive up to the Lodge on Highway 90, you see the grounds and the office.





 

You go through the same door to the Lodge office, the rock shop, and the museum.


photos by Dennie Miller

Your room is in one of the cottages which are spaced around the grounds. Each cottage has its own stone porch.

Here are some of the unique items in rooms:

  • The floor covering varies.  Many of the rooms have stained and polished concrete floors, which look like stone.
    Three rooms have the same type of cement tile that is in the office areas, and four rooms have new ceramic tile.  A few rooms have the original 1950-era linoleum tiles.
  • All the updated rooms have ceramic tile countertops.
  • The furnishings in the rooms also vary:
    • Economy Single rooms contain at least one double bed, a nightstand, a large mirror, a dresser, a table, and 2 chairs.  Some rooms have luggage racks.
    • The Single and Deluxe Single rooms contain a queen sized bed, a nightstand, a large mirror, a dresser, a table, and 2 chairs.  Some rooms have luggage racks.
    • The Double rooms contain two double beds, one or two nightstands, a large mirror, a dresser, a table, and 2 chairs.  Some rooms have luggage racks.
    • Suite #1 has two double beds, a desk and chairs, a large mirror and an antique buffet for a TV stand on one side, and a fold-out couch, TV armoire, table, and chairs on the other side.
      photo by Dennie Miller
    • Suite #2 has two double beds, two nightstands and TV armoire on one side, and a settee, a coffee tablem, a desk, and a table with two chairs on the other side.
    • Artwork and decorative window coverings vary in each room.
      some photos by Dennie Miller
  • Outdoor amenities include barbecues and picnic tables,
    bottom photos by Dennie Miller
    birds in the eaves of the porches,
    benches and chairs on each porch, a stone fountain in the courtyard,
    and a mural on the back of the laundry room.