This resort is not a public rv resort all the lots are owned by individual lot owners who can rent out their spots on a longer term basis. This resort is in great condition after going thru several developers. Great pool and the lake is nice with docks and watercraft rental. Lots of playgrounds and recreation for kids. Very friendly staff . Has a national forest appeal with all paved roads. Very close to Seattle -Tacoma area. I found spots for rent on Craigslist and Rv Park store websites. Many spots have covered ports for parking under. Only negative was lots of one way roads. My rate was based on monthly. We camped at Lost Lake RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $8.00
The site for AOR members were two linked sites, I doubt that I could have gotten out if another rig pulled in. The main problem was the noise, trains ran all night, you would have sworn that they were coming through the middle of your campsite. There appear to be only 16 sites for non-owners. The loop is not made for anything much over 32' looking at the trees on some of the tight corners you could see where there had been collisions. We crossed this campground off our list. This is one lake that should remain lost. We camped at Lost Lake RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Membership park - they were down right rude to those using C2C, RPI, or AOR to camp. Regulated to a small area, not allowed to use most of the facilities as those are for members who BUY their spots. Railroad train is not only LOUD, but runs by every 1/2 hour. Stayed 3 days and could not take it any longer and left ahead of time. We camped at Lost Lake RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2005 - $10.00
C2C and AOR spots are close to RR Tracks. Only some sites can get free WiFi. No cable and too heavy treed for satellite service. 24hr security gate. Fitness room equipment broken. Nice pool - small hot tub. Limited laundry (2 W/D). Would use again. We camped at Lost Lake RV Resort in a Motorhome.