Southern Oregon's Premiere Playground for Recreational Fun
Family fun is the theme and there is plenty for every member of the family along this crystal clear recreational lake. Superb dining facilities, a well-stocked general store and marina, a game arcade and excellent cabin accommodations are available.
Magnificent scenery, excellent fishing and watersports make this lake a recreational mecca in the summer.
These inviting waters are known by dedicated fisherman for their bounty of fish. Rainbow, Brown and Eastern Brook Trout, Yellow Perch, Kokanee (Salmon). Large mouth Bass, Catfish and Crawdads thrive in this prolific lake. Trolling is a favorite form of angling but fly- fishing also gets results. Tackle and gear are available at the Resort as are angling licenses. The lake is roomy enough to accommodate the sailor who likes to practice this gentle art on vacation. Winds are perfect and sailing is a "breeze" on Lake of the Woods. And for those who prefer fast motor boats and waterskiing, Lake of the Woods offers ideal conditions.
Winter offers special delights at Lake of the Woods Resort and indeed may be the most magical season.
Racks of cross country skis and snow shoes help guests find their own path into the white wilderness. And for more accelerated fun, there are over 300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails.
A note to hikers, birding enthusiasts and nature lovers.
Towering forests, protecting green hillsides, sprinkled with cascading streams and wildflowers are available to the hiker and mountain biker. Discover the wooded trails and winding forest paths that surround Lake of the Woods. Here is a rare opportunity to wander through an everchanging, virgin wilderness that is found in few places. If you appreciate a higher view, there are several mountain climbs that award the hiker and biker an unparalled view. Graceful deer and other woods animals abound in their natural habitats. You may be delighted by any one or a combination of the following: Cottontales and Jackrabbits, Beavers, muskrats, martens, fishers, raccoons, wildcats, cougars, bears and coyotes! Nearby lies upper Klamath Lake which is a nationally famed feeding spot for ducks and geese heading south. The crown jewel of this setting is Mt. McLoughlin with its almost 10,000 feet of majestic breathtaking beauty. The renown Pacific Crest Trail trailhead is only a 5 minute drive from the Resort and one of America's most cherished National Park treasures, Crater Lake, is only 55 miles away.