Hospitality for the Traveler
Spoke'n Hostel is a five star, donation-based hostel in Mitchell, Oregon.
Located on US Highway 26 at milepost 66 between the Ochoco Divide and Keyes Summit on the Trans America Trail, Spoke'n is an oasis for cyclists and adventurers.
Wheel your bike inside and enjoy conversation with other travelers in our kitchen and dining area downstairs, or walk to one of the 3 local restaurants and brew-pub just 100 meters away.
Give your sleeping bag a rest. All bedding, pillows, and linens are included in your stay. Shower up in our shower room (towels provided) and enjoy an evening of rest.
All beds are equipped with USB and 120V charging stations, privacy curtains and reading lights. Update your blog, catch up with family and friends with our free WiFi.
Arriving late? No problem - Our doors are open from 11:00AM to 5:00PM, but we're available for late or early arrivals. Simply use our video doorbell and we'll be on the way in a jiffy!
Handmade from local Blue Pine, our beds are solid, roomy, and comfortable. Each bed is fitted with charging stations, reading light and privacy curtains. Linens, pillow, and handmade quilts included with your stay.
Complimentary breakfast cereals, milk, coffee, and hard-boiled eggs are included with your stay.
Our shower room is ready to help rinse off your day before heading to bed. Towels are provided.
Catch up on your blog, plan your route or download a podcast for the next day's ride.
Oregon's mystical Painted Hills are only 9 miles away.
THINGS TO DO
Painted Hills Monument
See the mystical Painted Hills! Shuttle service available.
Tiger Town Brewing
Enjoy local microbrews and a fun, open-air environment.
Hike & Explore
Sutton Mountain Wilderness and many other places to explore!
Painted Hills Festival
Always the Saturday of Labor Day Weekend. Family fun!
John Day River
Explore the 3rd longest undammed river in the lower USA.
Get out, get away to the rugged west. Leave the cell phone at home.
“Spoke'n Hostel is a donation based 5-star hostel experience for traveling cyclists.” ~ bikepacking.com