Relax at the Pines… knowing that YOU assisted Chief Black Hawk standing tall once again!
Book and stay in one of our landmark status cozy cabins thru July 1st 2018 and White Pines Resort will donate $50 per night toward the restoration of the Blackhawk Statue!
Join White Pines Resort and owner Elizabeth George, who has been actively involved since 2009 in the campaign to save this iconic historic landmark statue honoring Native Americans. Repairs stalled and money ran out in the past couple years and it looked like hope was lost.
But the Oregon community wasn't going to stand for that and has come together with a new surge of energy and enthusiasm. State Representative Tom Demmer took up the cause and was the chief co-sponsor of a bill that just passed granting $350,000 toward the restoration of the Blackhawk statue as part of the capital budget which takes effect July 1.
White Pines Resort is going to do their part by donating $50 from every cabin reserved now through June 30th. Cabin bookings must be for the month of June (applies only to NEW bookings). Nightly rates are just $124 Sunday - Thursday and $134 on Friday & Saturday. In addition, the 2 night minimum on weekends will be waived for the same time period.
You can literally play a big part in helping save our treasured Blackhawk statue-- while enjoying a night in a cozy cabin with a campfire, surrounded by the serene and peaceful forest that our Native American ancestors once lived!
Reservations must be called in for this offer 815-946-2400 (offer not valid with online bookings). Reservation desk is open 8am to 8pm daily.
Please consider joining us in restoring one of the most important iconic representations of Native American culture in the Midwest!