Hostel Lakeside

100 N 8th Street

Hostel Lakeside
3 tier bunk beds
3 tier bunk beds
Sofa and loves seat area
Sofa and loves seat area
Kitchen Privileges
Kitchen Privileges

What we have to offer:

  • 3 tier bunk beds
  • 6 beds in 2 rooms
  • 14 beds in all
  • Full kitchen privileges
  • 2 Showers
  • 1 Washer/dryer
  • Fire pit
  • BBQ
  • 2 Rest rooms
  • YFI
  • Internet
  • TV
  • Sofa and Love seat area
  • Dining area with 20 seats

(we recommend a donation of $25 to stay the night)

*Call (541) 435-8285 to make reservations

BBQ and Fire Pit
BBQ and Fire Pit
dining area
TV and Internet
TV and Internet

Bicycle Hostel

An exciting idea has turned into reality. The Presbytery has a plan called “Oregon Coast Pilgrimage Project”. This plan is for the small churches up and down the coast to become a host to bicyclist. To make reservation text or phone 541-434-8285.

The Lakeside Community Presbyterian Church is building an area for showers, laundry area, fire pit and a BBQ to support the bicyclist while they stay in the church. This is a win, win for Lakeside. The church is helping people and the city of Lakeside will see more tourist.

If you would like to donate to this project send checks to Community Presbyterian Church at P.O. Box 82 Lakeside, OR 97449. Make check out to Hostel Presbyterian Church.

Remember your donation can be tax deducted. The church is a 501 (c) 3 origination.

Thank you, Jim Ives Elder

Our Outreach to Help the Homeless

Making Meals

Making Meals

2 to 4 times a year the church makes over 100 meals at a time in a production line process. The money is raised either by donation or the community is asked to donate to the meal fund. last year Wallmart was chosen to supply all the food. it was ordered online and picked up at their pickup window. Shown is one of the production line meal assembly line.

The assembling is made up of members of the church, guest and community people interested in helping others. after the meals are placed in plastic bags the bags are then stored in tubs to be handed out as needed. 

Other Outreach Programs:

Housing the Homeless

The Warming Center is open when the temperature is 32 degrees or less. this year we were open 19 days and served 126 meals and had 70 guests stay all night.  we gave away shoes, sweatshirts, jackets, jeans, belts, socks, gloves, skull caps, etc. As well as giving away over 400 meals during the year. 


AA meetings are held every Wednesday and Saturday evening between 7-8 P.M.