The Carpenter’s Guest House is close to downtown Vernonia where there are restaurants and shops, and the Banks-Vernonia linear trail which is famous for walking and biking. The house was built in 1924, and was the home of J.W. Vaughn who was the mill manager for the Oregon-American Sawmill which was the largest mill in the world in the 1920’s.
We welcome you to come stay in our comfortable guesthouse while you enjoy our beautiful town and the local area.
Vernonia is a historic little town nestled in the pacific coast range. There are amazing bike trails, places to hunt and fish, and local festivals throughout the year. There are also restaurants, shops, and art galleries.
The Vernonia Mill Pond is a great place to fish with the family, and has a nice walking path around the lake. Stub Stewart State Park, the golf course and the Banks-Vernonia Linear Trail are fun places to visit. Vernonia is an hour from the city of Portland and 45 minutes from Cannon Beach or Seaside on the Oregon Coast.
The Carpenter’s Guest House is our home. We enjoy sharing it with people from all over the world.