Make sure you are prepared for weather changes. This is a beautiful camp site. We go every year and always enjoy the wild. No boat motors in the lake makes it a nice safe place for the family. We take rain gear and gazebos to help keep us out of the rain. After all it is in Oregon.
Great Family Resort.
My family has been going to Lost Lake Resort close to 10 years. We try to work in going to this quiet, pet friendly lake at least 3 times a year. We love it! Since there are no motor boats allowed it is so peaceful and enjoyable! I keep bringing family and friends keep up with us so they can experience the great outdoors with great benefits! My mom has back problems so she and my dad stays in a lodge room while we kids sleep in the tent! If you like a lake that has great fishing, is quite and has a wonderful perfect view of Mt. Hood then Lost Lake Resort is for you. Plus hiking trails are excellent! The Staff are very helpful and friendly. The Resort store is always ready to meet any of your needs. The boat rentals are way cheaper then most Resorts that charge for rentals and are in good condition. Last year one of my friends caught a 4lb rainbow trout!
I live in Clackamas and we drive about 1 hour and a half from LLR.
Run down cabins that are dangerous for children!. We booked a trip here with our 3 and 5 year old after seeing the cute cabin pictures on their site. We booked cabin #7 at 120 per night. We arrived to see that the cabins looked like a shanty town with peeling paint and pieces of wood thrown around them. The darling split wood fence from the web site photo had totally fallen down and long nails were poking from the rails along with rebar poking up from the ground (right near the cabin where children would play). The inside was much worse than the outside with floors that had shifted and were now sloping away from the fireplace. There were holes in the walls that went all the way though and pieces of the wall paneling were missing. The propane cooking burners had simple toggle switches so kids could barely touch them and turn them on filling the place with propane gas. There is no outdoor area near the cabins to build a fire - all are quite some distance away. Upstairs the floor was shifting as well and had several tears and holes in the flooring from what seemed to be serious water damage. There were large old water stains in the ceiling and the whole place smelled. The beds were worn out springs and most of the mattresses were visibly sagging - all were covered in a plastic bag, so when you roll over the bed both bounces and crinkles - it was truly the worst bed I've ever slept on! The upstairs wall was missing a large piece of paneling and had a hole revealing a light that stayed on all night. The fireplace screen was torn with sharp edges. Some of the windows wouldn't stay open and there were holes in the screens. The other windows had no screens so you couldn't open them at night without feeding yourself to mosquitoes. Needless to say it was absolutely filthy and smelled musty. There is no running water inside and no flush toilets - only outhouses. They charge your $4 to take a shower and the showers are only open during certain times. If you need wheelchair access to cabins there is none available.
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