Willoughby Lodge

This winterized lodge has dorm-style housing on the second floor. Men's and women's bathrooms are at the ends of the halls. The lodge also has three private shower rooms and one family bathroom. Nine rooms normally have three bunks (six beds); one usually has four bunks. All rooms have electric baseboard heat, and each has two dressers, a mirror and a chair.

 

Willoughby Lodge's dining hall overlooks Outer Prentiss Bay to the northeast, along the steep shore where large vessels loaded lumber from the late nineteenth-century saw mill.
image by John Egleston

 

 

 

 

Seen from the bay, the Lodge's architecture hugs the point while opening views on the created beauty of the shoreline.
image by unknown photographer

 

 

Very limited and temporary parking next to Willoughby Lodge allows frequent deliveries to the kitchen. The dining hall is on the right, and housing is upstairs.
image by John Egleston

 

 

 

 

Typical room arrangement.
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The first-floor dining hall comfortably accomodates 220 around tables for family style and buffet meals.
image by unknown photographer in the 1960s

 

 

 

 

 

Most visitors first approach the lodge from the road that winds through the Old Mill Point site. Taylor Pool attaches to the west corner of the lodge.
image by John Egleston

 

 

Taylor Pool is solar heated and usually open June through August. This view from Willoughby Lodge west wing's room 2 includes Muskrat Point across Prentiss Bay.
image by John Egleston