by Joanna Nesbit
This historic lake resort set in the mountains 40 minutes from Klamath Falls offers cabins, comfort food, and outdoor recreational activities. The resort also operates the nearby Forest Service Campgrounds if camping is your thing. On the property, there’s a well-stocked summer general store, 22 spaces with RV hookups, laundry room, two restaurants, and a full-service marina. The Summer Lodge Restaurant is the hub, overlooking the lake and offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as a weekend breakfast buffet for a set price. The Marina Pizza Parlor offers dockside dining at the boat marina. The resort features 34 cabins in different sizes and distinct characters, either historic cabins or “park model” cabins (some are seasonal). Amenities vary. Some include lofts, decks, TVs, full kitchens or kitchenettes with microwaves and mini-fridges. Families will also find a game arcade, fire pits, fly-fishing tackle and gear, snow shoe rentals (cross country ski rentals nearby), and water sport rentals like paddle boards, kayaks, and peddle boats.
Our Editor Loves
- Lakeside setting and water sport rentals
- Cabins for families of all sizes
- Onsite restaurants and marina
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Family Room 5+
- Game Room
- Onsite Dining
Visited in October - after the summer season - yet beautiful fall colors beginning to show. No crowds or busy-busy atmosphere - relaxed & cool. Plenty of space to enjoy the Autumn season. Restaurants, marina, picnic tables & a gorgeous view of blue blue sky & lake with surrounding forest. Country-like general store like everything you'd see in the olden days.
by Ron D
Checked out the car show, live band and bbq! Beautiful setting! Really had a great time! Plan to meet my cousin and some other couples at the resort next May! Seems that's it's been an annual tradition for years! Can't wait!