Diamond Lake Resort has evolved from a small fishing lodge built in the 1920s, to a modern family resort that offers year-round service. It is a favorite summer spot for fishing (rainbow trout), hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. In the winter it is famous for skiing, snowboarding and tubing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. All year round it is a wonderful place to take in the beauty of nature and of Crater Lake National Park.
- Pet Friendly,
- Handicap Accessible,
- Air Conditioning,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
With my brother
A lovely place to visit when the snow is there. We went snowmobiling for 3 hours over to Crater lake then we done the Diamond loop. It was fantastic. We stayed here over night. The rooms are ok. Could do with a bit of tender loving care put in them. The food in The Bailey room was ok. Service could do with training a little as our fish & chips was nothing special. No coleslaw came with & when we asked they had ran out. A little poor I think for what you are paying. Not cheap. Would return for the snow mobiles .
Had a great visit and the tubing was fantastic
I was visiting Diamond lake for a family get together we had a great time the weather was perfect and the Tubing was fantastic the employees treated us with the up most respect and courtesy the food was delicious and amazing l want to thank everyone at Diamond Lake Resort we will be back in the near future and the Cabin was very comfortable and inviting thank you.
What a perfect place for snowmobile riders, friends and family of riders to stay and enjoy the great outdoor beauty of this spot in Oregon. It has everything you need and more to enjoy a wintery getaway. Friendly staff, convenience and very nice people all around! Looking forward to visiting in the summer to enjoy the beautiful Diamond Lake located right there!!
Snow Tubing Review
We called on a Saturday morning to make sure the conditions were good and that the tubing was open. Our kids were here on break from college and we wanted to do something fun. They said it was "absolutely" open and to come on up. We drove 2 hours up there and were there before noon. We stood in line for half an hour and got almost to the front of the line before a really rude lady came out. She didn't say sorry or anything, just said everyone needs to leave they aren't selling any more tickets today. It was a 4 hour wasted trip. We will never be back.
Went to XCountry Ski
The lodge was nice just to step in and get info on trails...The trails there are NOT marked very well, and If you like crowds, this is the place to be....Just trying to drive into the parking lot almost got ran into by SNOWMOBILE....Their are more of them than actual skiers...a bit TOO crazy and crowded for my taste. Nice views of lake and mountains with snow...