Accommodation August 06, 2018
This Oregon Train Is A Hotel Room On Wheels And You Have To Check It Out
Looking for an Oregon staycation with a unique twist? Here’s an adorable little caboose that’s the perfect place to lay your head at night.
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To stay overnight in a caboose, it only makes sense that you'll travel to a historic depot. The mother and daughters trio that run this little Airbnb live in the original train depot that was built in 1906.
If you love trains, this little spot is the perfect place to spend the night. The owners have lived in the town of Joseph for years and can help you find the best restaurants and activities for your time in Joseph and the Wallowa Mountains.
This little green caboose will be your accommodations for the night, and it's the cutest thing you'll ever see. It's located on a farm-like property that includes a tipi and a converted 1970s camper that are available to stay in as well.
The caboose is a tiny, cozy house that has everything you'll need for a comfortable stay. You can make basic meals or snacks in the sunny yellow kitchen, which is stocked with dishes, cutlery, and cookware.
The main bedroom contains a double bed with a comfy memory-foam mattress and soft bedding.
After a long day of hiking and exploring in the Wallowa Mountains, you'll be ready to lay your head down in this comfy space, surrounded by cheerful decor. Separate yourself from the kids by drawing the heavy curtains closed, and you'll have your own private space.
Your kids will love the novelty of the twin-sized bunk beds...
...and you'll love the quaint little touches throughout the caboose, like the antique lantern and stove.
Did we mention the incredible views of the Wallowas? You can catch a glimpse from several of the caboose's windows.
Before you retire for the night, cozy up around a campfire for some s'mores and check out the sunset... pure bliss!
For more details or to book a stay, check out the charming caboose’s listing on
What do you think? Does an overnight stay in a vintage caboose sound like fun to you? If you’re interested in finding more overnight Oregon adventures, you might want to check out
this adventure ranch near Ashland that’s perfect for a family trip.