Date of Stay:
May, 2017 -
What a wonderful resort. All the RV spots are amazingly spacious and if you make your reservations well in advance, you may even luck out and get a Deschutes Channel waterfront site. The lake was fun, lots of hiking trails, all of the staff especially the owners are amazingly friendly and helpful. We want to give a special thanks to a wonderful waitress. She gave us great information about hiking trails. She deserves every tip she receives! Hubby broke a bolt off his battery and the owner gave him a new one so we didn't have to go clear into town. Well stocked little store too! The resort was clean and we can't wait to come back. This place is a must visit on your camping adventure list. Great for kids. Kayaks, boats, canoes and water board rentals. Thank you to all for making our stay the best. Keep up the great work!!!! We camped at Twin Lakes Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Twin Lakes Restaurant a must. Amazingly good and fair priced food. We had Chicken Fried Chicken one night and not only was it to die for, the portion was so huge that we took home leftovers. The price was fair at $15. Real mashed potatoes! The restaurant seating looked right out over the lake.
Hike to North Twin Lakes and Wickiup as well as other hiking and biking trails. And, of course, lots and lots of fishing in the area; lakes and rivers.
Date of Stay:
July, 2016 -
This park is as cute as it's name. Clean, lots of flowers, wonderfully kind owners and quiet. The laundry room was clean and not that expensive. We stayed 4 nights. We ate one night at their wonderful German restaurant right here at the park, and listened to the owner entertain with his harmonica and jokes afterwards. The food was great and not that expensive. They have a huge meadow down below with a small creek where our dog played. Some of the sites are close, but most are great. We had a paved pad with pavement under the picnic table and a fire pit. Very family friendly. If we weren't on to our next venture we would definitely have stayed longer. We camped at Honey Bear By the Sea RV Resort and Campground (55+) in a Travel Trailer.
Jerry's Rogue River Jet Boats. The 104 mile trip leaving at 11:30 with dinner was so fun. Visit the Port Hole restaurant: it's really, really good. Had cod and chips 1 eve (never really liked cod but didn't seem to be any halibut around, so tried it). It was absolutely wonderful. Lots of beach to walk on. The beach from this park is right across hwy 101. Gold Beach tends to be very windy though. Take home some fresh seafood from Fisherman's Direct Market right next to the Porthole.
Date of Stay:
June, 2016 -
Creepy park. I don't know or understand all the high rated reviews. In our spot, they had an outhouse in the back part of the site. Tall weeds in sites, park not taken care of. An old manufactured and run-down mobile home 2 sites down from our site. Hosts were very nice though, we must say. Wouldn't camp here again. Would go down the road. We camped at Crater Lake RV Park (AKA Prospect RV Park) in a Travel Trailer.