Open: Seasonal Number of Sites: 80 Number of Sites with Electric: 50 Number of Full Hookup Sites: 23
Tents Allowed: Yes
1,400 years ago a major landslide in the coast range of western Oregon sent a mountainside of debris and house-size boulders down into and across a deep and narrow river canyon. The resulting dam combined with the annual rainfall formed Loon Lake. At its outlet, Mill Creek drops over 120 feet in less than 1/4 mile of spectacular waterfalls and pools.
Boat Docks, Marina and Boat/WaveRunner Rentals
Loon Lake is perfect for enjoying water sports, with plenty of wind-protected open water for water skiing, kneeboarding, personal watercraft riding, or just relaxing with friends or family on a pontoon boat. We offer a boat launch ramp and docks for those who bring their own boat to Loon Lake, along with a complete selection of boats, WaveRunners and accessories available for rent by the hour or day. Click here to read about our boat rentals.
RVers and tent campers are welcome! RV sites with water and electric hookups are available. The Group Sites are great for camping with your flock of friends or to host your next family reunion!
Looking for a little luxury in your camping experience? The 6-room motel will provide you with comfort and convenience!
If you don't have an RV (or aren't traveling with one) but you'd like a little privacy, I recommend a stay in one of the resort's luxury cabins! Complete with 1 or 2 bedrooms, kitchens with dishes and cooking necessities. The cabins also include a living room with a sofa bed, for that extra person. There is also a television in the living room and each bedroom for these who want to keep a little of the city with them.
Anglers love fishing Loon Lake because there are numerous coves and creeks that provide cover for bass and trout. Several times throughout the year, the Oregon Department of Wildlife stocks the lake with catchable trout.
Restaurant and Store
Loon Lake Lodge offers a general store and full-service restaurant for those times when you do not want to cook, or have forgotten an item. The store stocks plenty of beer, soft drinks, snacks and ice with gasoline also available, and the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner inside or on the large deck overlooking the lake.
Feel free to bring along your furry, four-legged friend, although dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. Pets are welcome to stay in our motel and cabins. There is a limit of 2 pets and a fee of $25.00 per stay will be charged
From Reedsport/101: Exit 101 at Hwy 38 and go east along the Umpqua River. About 13 miles from Reedsport, there will be a Loon Lake sign directing a RIGHT turn on Loon Lake Road. Go nine miles to Loon Lake Lodge & RV Resort.
From Eugene Area &
No. Oregon: Exit I-5 at Hwy 38 (about 12 miles south of Cottage Grove) and go west about 20 miles through the town of Elkton. Stay on Hwy 38 and go about 22 miles until you cross a large bridge. After the bridge, there will be a Loon Lake sign directing a LEFT turn on Loon Lake Road. Go nine miles to Loon Lake Lodge & RV Resort.
From Roseburg Area & So. Oregon: Exit I-5 in Sutherlin at Hwy 138 and go west about 23 miles to Hwy 38. Turn left on Hwy 38 and go through the town of Elkton. Stay on Hwy 38 and go about 22 miles until you cross a large bridge. After the bridge, there will be a Loon Lake sign directing a LEFT turn on Loon Lake Road. Go nine miles to Loon Lake Lodge & RV Resort.
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