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it was supposed to be just a rest stop, i had no idea this lake resort was as beautidul as it was. there is canoeing and kayaking and swimming. the receptionist was very friendly. we enjoyed our $10 breakfast. no wifi or phone signal but thats the point lol.

We stayed in cabin 11, right on the lake. Breathtakingly beautiful!! Bring food to cook (including staples) and coals for BBQ. There's a small store with some provisions but was closed when we arrived at 6:30pm. And bring bug spray! Bonfire in back yard at night. A ride around the lake in one of their boats in the am. Just magical! The young man who worked in the office was great - very polite and helpful! Wish we had more time!

We had driven over 3 hours (after flying from LA), trying to get there before dark, and were very hungry so we were shocked that there was no food available without driving another 20 minutes to Diamond Lake. It was after 6 so there was no staff, just the key in an envelope. The light bulb in the room seemed to be 25 watts so it was very dim - so dim that we didn't discover the can lighting over the breakfast area until the next morning. And it was freezing in the morning. We couldn't figure out how to adjust the heat, and there was no one to ask. Also, there was no television and no Internet. So we went to bed early, and the bed was incredibly comfortable. Way more comfortable than we expected and really took the edge off of no food, no Internet, no TV. And the lake was great. So picturesque.

Cafe had burned in June, bring your own food, it is a camping/fishing location, very beautiful lake and hiking, nice shoreline swimming area, great hike in the woods, so the word "resort" was misleading. Lovely cool dry air, room had 4 stools and one chair with a back, could use better lighting for reading. But overall we liked it.

We were looking for a place close to Crater Lake, and this place seemed to fit the bill. It was fine, mind you, in that the room was clean and the bed was comfy, but there were a few unexpected glitches. First off, after checking out their web site, it made mention that their hamburgers were "the best". While my wife and I decided not to stop off for lunch along the way for lunch, to check out those amazing burgers, we got there, a little after 2 pm, starving, only to find out there was a fire (and I have no idea how long ago, but it didn't look like it was very recent) and they no longer served food. Thankfully, they pointed us to a facility about 12 miles away that had a restaurant, but I sure wish they had updated their web site to say that there was no food available, other than cereal and snack foods at the general store, otherwise we would've stopped off along the way and had lunch before we got that hungry, and then took another 45 minutes before actually eating. Next thing was, on their web site, it showed that they had jet skis...we didn't see any jet skis, though we did rent a paddle boat for an hour. While the boat's pedals could've used an update, Lemolo Lake was very calm and beautiful. Finally, there was a sign in our room about quiet time being from 10:00PM to 8:00AM. As my wife and I do like to sleep in a little, we woke up to the sound of a chain saw at 7:30AM, which was someone from the facility working, cutting logs. Seriously?? They broke their own rules!

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Hotel highlights

  • Steps from Umpqua National Forest
  • Free parking
  • Marina
  • Laundry facilities

Lemolo Lake Resort places you next to Umpqua National Forest and Cascade Range. Each of the 11 rooms at this hotel includes a refrigerator, a microwave, and a coffee maker.


Dining

For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.


Rooms

All 11 heated rooms provide microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers.


Property features

Guests of Lemolo Lake Resort enjoy access to a marina, laundry facilities, and a convenience store. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Staff members can help with accommodation requests, and provide front-desk service during limited hours. Additional amenities include a picnic area, barbecue grills, and a garden.

Room options

Townhome, 2 Bedrooms (05)

3 Queen Beds and 1 Double Sofa Bed | Sleeps 8

Standard Room, 2 Queen Beds (09)

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Panoramic Cabin, 1 Bedroom, Lake View

4 Queen Beds | Sleeps 8

Standard Room, 2 Queen Beds, Balcony (Upstairs)

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Lemolo Lake Resort

Everyone (5)
4

beautiful lake, lovely people.

Everyone
We stayed in room 7 at this cabin. we had fun on the canoe beautiful lake so beautiful!

it was supposed to be just a rest stop, i had no idea this lake resort was as beautidul as it was. there is canoeing and kayaking and swimming. the receptionist was very friendly. we enjoyed our $10 breakfast. no wifi or phone signal but thats the point lol.

By , from Hawaii on Aug 27, 2017

4

a little slice of heaven!!

Everyone

We stayed in cabin 11, right on the lake. Breathtakingly beautiful!! Bring food to cook (including staples) and coals for BBQ. There's a small store with some provisions but was closed when we arrived at 6:30pm. And bring bug spray! Bonfire in back yard at night. A ride around the lake in one of their boats in the am. Just magical! The young man who worked in the office was great - very polite and helpful! Wish we had more time!

By , from Boston on Jun 24, 2017

3

rustic cabins for enjoying the lake

Everyone

We had driven over 3 hours (after flying from LA), trying to get there before dark, and were very hungry so we were shocked that there was no food available without driving another 20 minutes to Diamond Lake. It was after 6 so there was no staff, just the key in an envelope. The light bulb in the room seemed to be 25 watts so it was very dim - so dim that we didn't discover the can lighting over the breakfast area until the next morning. And it was freezing in the morning. We couldn't figure out how to adjust the heat, and there was no one to ask. Also, there was no television and no Internet. So we went to bed early, and the bed was incredibly comfortable. Way more comfortable than we expected and really took the edge off of no food, no Internet, no TV. And the lake was great. So picturesque.

By , from Los Angeles on Sep 21, 2016

4

not a resort but an a frame unit.

Everyone

Cafe had burned in June, bring your own food, it is a camping/fishing location, very beautiful lake and hiking, nice shoreline swimming area, great hike in the woods, so the word "resort" was misleading. Lovely cool dry air, room had 4 stools and one chair with a back, could use better lighting for reading. But overall we liked it.

By , from Wheaton IL on Sep 14, 2016

3

rustic, with few amenities

Everyone

We were looking for a place close to Crater Lake, and this place seemed to fit the bill. It was fine, mind you, in that the room was clean and the bed was comfy, but there were a few unexpected glitches. First off, after checking out their web site, it made mention that their hamburgers were "the best". While my wife and I decided not to stop off for lunch along the way for lunch, to check out those amazing burgers, we got there, a little after 2 pm, starving, only to find out there was a fire (and I have no idea how long ago, but it didn't look like it was very recent) and they no longer served food. Thankfully, they pointed us to a facility about 12 miles away that had a restaurant, but I sure wish they had updated their web site to say that there was no food available, other than cereal and snack foods at the general store, otherwise we would've stopped off along the way and had lunch before we got that hungry, and then took another 45 minutes before actually eating. Next thing was, on their web site, it showed that they had jet skis...we didn't see any jet skis, though we did rent a paddle boat for an hour. While the boat's pedals could've used an update, Lemolo Lake was very calm and beautiful. Finally, there was a sign in our room about quiet time being from 10:00PM to 8:00AM. As my wife and I do like to sleep in a little, we woke up to the sound of a chain saw at 7:30AM, which was someone from the facility working, cutting logs. Seriously?? They broke their own rules!

By , from New Jersey on Sep 3, 2016

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