The Oregon National Forest was designated a national forest in the early 1900s to preserve almost two million acres of land. In 1924, it was renamed Mount Hood National Forest, and to this day, visitors come to enjoy and explore the bountiful attractions of nature. Abounding in soaring peaks, hidden valleys, gushing rivers, and misty trees, it is a great place if you are looking to escape and reconnect with the environment. You can explore all that nature has to offer, and enjoy the secluded comfort of a rustic mountain cabin, safely hidden away from it all so that you can completely unwind. So get lost in the wonder of nature and spend your days hiking, trekking, and exploring, and your nights unwinding in comfortable seclusion.