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Call us at (603) 764-5858 while we are in season. Our phone answering hours are 11AM-5PM Thursday-Sunday.


We have begun taking reservations for the 2023 season! To make a request, call us at 603-764-5858 on Thursdays-Sundays 11-5PM. 

Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance.

Unfortunately, we can't accept cash payments.


This spreadsheet shows rough availability for dinner and lodging. A night marked with green means there is plenty of space, with yellow, orange, and red all signifying declining availability. Dark gray signifies a night when we are fully booked, reserved for a private event, or closed. We generally have more lodging availability than we do for meals, so unless we are closed or reserved, feel free to give us a call if you wish to just spend the night! We also keep a waitlist, so please let us know if you'd like to be notified in the event of cancellations. 

Please note: we do our best to keep this spreadsheet updated, but it may not always reflect real-time availability. 


Overnight Lodging

Only Dartmouth students (including graduate students and Dartmouth Medical School students) are eligible for student rates.

Midweek discount, Sunday through Thursday nights: $5.00 off Regular and Child (12 and under) rates. No midweek discount for students.

10% discount on lodging for College Faculty, staff, and DOC Members.

Overnight Lodging Dartmouth Undergraduate Dart. Student* Regular Child
Lodge or Bunkhouse $0 $16.00 $55.00 $45.00

Lodge beds are in the main building and have showers and toilets down the hall. Bunkhouses use bathrooms in the Lodge or composting toilet facilities. Bunkrooms sleep two, three, four, five, six, or twelve. Unless your party has booked a room to capacity, plan on sharing the room with another party on weekends. Bunks have mattresses, pillows and pillowcases are available at the desk; we recommend bringing your own sleeping bag for your comfort and convenience. Sleeping bag rentals are available for $8. 

*Dartmouth student overnight rates apply to current students at any of the graduate schools and undergraduate group reservations.

Family-style Meals


Meals Dartmouth Undergraduate Dartmouth Student Regular Child
Breakfast $0 $6.00 $9.00 $8.00
Bag Lunch $6 $6.00 $9.00 $8.00
Dinner $0 $9.00 $18.00 $11.00

Only Dartmouth students are eligible for student rates (children under three eat dinner and breakfast free). Children are considered those 12 or under. Dinner is served family-style at 6:30 pm in the main room. On the weekends, a hot breakfast is served family-style at 7:30 am. During the week, a lighter hikers breakfast buffet is available from 7:00 am to 9:00 am. Please be sure to alert us of any dietary restrictions or food allergies in your party. An 18% gratuity will be added to meals for groups of ten or more.

Fresh-baked goods, coffee, tea and soda are available all day, bake-sale style. Soup is often available for purchase during lunch time.

Season Passes

Dartmouth students and DOC member alumni are eligible to purchase a season pass, which entitles them to overnight accommodations, dinner and breakfast. Season passes do not cover bagged lunches, extra services, over the counter food items or programming fees.

Season Dartmouth Student Recent Alum Alum (10+ years graduated)
Spring or Fall Term Only $40 $85 $175
Summer Term only $55 $130 $260

Season passes are non-refundable and non-transferable, cannot be used more than two nights in a row, and do not cover special events such as DOC Banquet, Sophomore Trips, Spring or Fall Weekends, etc. Guests wishing to use a season pass must still make reservations in the conventional way. A $20 no-show fee will be charged if a season pass holder gives notice to cancel 48 hours or fewer before a reservation. 

Special Group Services

Special Group Services Dartmouth Student Regular Child
Buffet Lunch $8.00 $12.00 $8.00
Pre-dinner Reception $7.00 $7.00 $7.00
Coffee Break or Snacks $5.00 $5.00 $5.00

Special group services can be arranged for groups of ten or more. A 18% gratuity will be added to lunches for groups of ten or more. Groups of forty or more may be eligible for (or asked to make) exclusive booking of the lodge. School, camp, and other youth groups are expected to supply at least one adult chaperones for every five children.

Conference Spaces

The Lodge’s main room or the Library - Lounge area may only be reserved Mondays through Fridays, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The conference rooms hold between eight and twenty four. The Leach Field can be rented for outdoor receptions. For all space rentals, we take a 50% deposit at the time of reservation.

Conference Spaces Dartmouth
Main Room $150.00 $200.00
Library/Lounge $100.00 $130.00
Conference Rooms $125.00 $150.00
Leach Field $500.00 $500.00

Dartmouth academic classes and groups with overnight reservations may use conference spaces without charge with advance notice.

Research and Academics at the Class of '78 Bunkhouse

The new Class of '78 Bunkhouse is available for rental by researchers or academic programs wishing to stay at Moosilauke while they conduct their studies. In order to accommodate research groups, we will not take reservations from the public for the '78 Bunkhouse until the 1st of the month prior to the month of stay. For example, on May 1st we will open to general reservations for '78 for all of June.

For researchers and/or classes interested in using our facilities, please email with the dates you are interested in staying at '78 and a description of the research project or academic program. See the Research and Academics at Moosilauke page for more information.



Payment and Cancellation/Refund Policy

We charge the full bill up front when you call to make your reservation. Payment for a group reservation (more than one individual) must be made in full by the individual making the reservation.

Individual and small-group cancellation and refund policy:
-For individuals and groups of 15 people or fewer, cancellations made more than two weeks in advance will receive a full refund of that bill. (For example, for a reservation on Sunday June 28th, this would be any day Saturday June 13th or earlier.)
-For cancellations made less than a week in advance, none of the bill will be refunded. (For example, for a reservation on Sunday June 28th, this would be any day after Saturday June 20th.)
-Any cancellation made in between those time windows will receive a refund of half the total bill. (For example, for a Sunday June 28th reservation, this would be a cancellation made any day from and including Sunday June 14th through Saturday June 20th.)

Large-group cancellation and refund policy:
-For groups of more than 15 people, cancellations made more than one month in advance will receive a full refund of that bill. (For a reservation on June 28th, this would be any day May 27th or earlier.)
-For cancellations made less than two weeks in advance, none of the bill will be refunded. (For a reservation on June 28th, this would be any day after June 13th.)
-Any cancellation made in between those time windows will receive half of the total bill back. (For a June 28th reservation, this would be a cancellation made any day from and including May 28th through June 13th.)


Dogs are welcome at the Ravine Lodge. Owners are responsible for dogs at all times and waste should be cleaned up immediately. Because of food service regulations, they may not be in the main room during food service. Please be aware that because of the room configurations, you should plan to book an entire room for your party so that no other guests are surprised to be sharing a room with your four-legged friend.


Guests are welcome to bring beer or wine to enjoy with their meal; however, the Lodge does not have a liquor license and the crew cannot serve alcoholic beverages. In accordance with campus policy, hard alcohol is not permitted at the Lodge. All visitors, groups, and events must comply with New Hampshire state law concerning alcohol. All Dartmouth students and student groups must comply with the College's alcohol and other drugs policy. Drinking games are not permitted in the Lodge, bunkhouses, or on the adjacent grounds. All guests are expected to behave in an appropriate manner at the Lodge. Violation of any of these policies could result in a guest being asked to leave, a call to the local police, and/or, for students, a report to their dean.

Damage and Cleaning Fees

Any guests visiting the Ravine Lodge may be charged a cleaning fee for excessive mess left behind or replacement of damaged property. Please be respectful of our space, which is a home to many students, alumni, and community members.

Last Updated: 5/2/23