Flying Arrow Resort is located in one of the most pristine family fun and friendly vacation spots in Oregon. Fishing is great for young and old, along with endless hiking, tram rides,horse back riding and other activities. Flying Arrow Resort is loatted where the East and West fork of the Wallowa River meet. Now taking reservations for Summer 2011. Call to reserve the cabin that fits your needs before there all booked up.
- Internet Access,
- Pet Friendly,
- Mountain or Water View,
- Family Friendly,
- Handicap Accessible,
- Air Conditioning,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Vacation at beautiful Wallowa Lake
We had a great experience in Cabin 125. More than enough room for 4 of us, well stocked with towels and necessary cooking essentials. Fridge/freezer worked wonders and froze our caught fish in a hurry! Not to mention the ice cubes we needed to stay cool during the hot temps. Washer and dryer in the unit was an added bonus. Kettle BBQ worked great (bring your own briquettes). Screened porch was lovely .. nice to sit out in the air and still be protected from whatever bugs may be around. Sitting on the deck was serene, with partial views of the lake. Provided firewood was great for use of the indoor fireplace. Even though it was 85+ during the day, it was nice to hear the crackle of a fire in the night and added to the ambiance of 'camping' and being in the woods. Peeped a few deer, and a black bear that ran up the hillside and surfaced on the road behind our truck, then ran up the driveway to our cabin (it was being chased by troopers). Glad I didn't delay in leaving the house - may have come face to face. What an exciting start to our vacation! Can't wait for our next vacation to Wallowa Lake, and other cabins that we can check into.
We had a great experience and we stayed in cabin 42 Mirror Lake. The cabin was large enough for 4 of us and with 2 dogs. The river was right behind us and was beautiful. Tons of deer that walk right past the cabin. Management was very nice and helpful and they got us in a few hours early. I highly recommend this cabin. Beauty everywhere.
Home Sweet Home
We have rented from Flying Arrow many times. This time we stayed in Cabin 101, which is directly across from the Go Carts. Luckily it wasn't busy this middle of the week, and the few times we heard them, they must have mufflered the carts because it was not as annoying as I remember it being in the past. The good thing about the location of this cabin is the sound of the nearby rushing Wallowa river, which you can spy from the deck. Also it is across the street from the only food truck in town, a Thai food truck that has delicious food and not to be missed. This cabin comfortably houses 2 people. It has a small efficient kitchen where the oven, stove and microwave all work. There is a coffee maker, blender, toaster and mixer plus all the cookware and dishes etc. you could need. Bring your own paper towels, zip lock, plastic, and tinfoil as needed. The fridge is old with the freezer compartment that is not separate, but it kept the ice cream frozen, so that's all we worried about. The living room is open to the kitchen/dining and has a comfortable electric reclining love seat and another recliner, plus a TV with lots of channels that are not fuzzy and also plays vhs and dvd. An easily controlled gas fire place makes the place cozy. The bathroom is one step away from a triple S. Small, you can sit and wash your hands at the same time. The shower is in the corner and would be fine except the shower curtain oversteps its place and likes to hug your naked body while showering. Some heavy weights placed in the hem would be most helpful to keep it in line. Bring your own TP unless you enjoy chaffing. The bedroom is large with a queen size bed. It is comfortable, although the hubby said he will bring his own pillow next time. I had no problem. There is another TV in the bedroom for playing dvd's and vhs movies only. A padded storage bench worked great for our suit cases, but there is also a dresser. The closet is in the hall across from the bathroom and had plenty of hangers. There is a nice deck with an outdoor table and 2 chairs. Also a Kettle BBQ, bring your own briquettes. The rail up the 3 small steps to the deck needs to be reinforced. Iris' were in bloom around the Cabin. We watched lots of deer, robins, blue jays, and chipmunks outside the big window. There is Wi-Fi. My iPhone had no cell service and very spotty Wi-Fi, however my kindle picked it up as did my husbands droid, which also had cell service. I would stay here again. It was very pleasant and comfortable, a good location.
Flying Arrow goes above and beyong!
Deer Haven Cabin : Not only was our cabin beautiful and comfortable, but after I left several treasured souvenirs on a bookshelf the staff went out of their way to mail them back to me! I cannot tell you how much this means to our family and we will definitely be going back to Flying Arrow whenever we venture to Joseph in the future. Beautiful place and wonderful people!
We usually stay at the Eagle Cap Chalets and have always had a great experience but for some reason I can't recall I choose Flying Arrow Resort. The pictures showed a spacious cabin in a grassy area with no other cabins close to it. When we arrived at 2:30 pm there was nobody there but a sign that said we will be back by 3 pm. We waited and we were greeted warm.y by the ladies in the office and given our keys and the directions to the cabin. When we drove up I was immediately disappointed that the cabin was so small and do very close to the other cabins, about 15-20 feet approximately. The cabin was very clean but very small especially the bathroom. It had a small sink, toilet, shower stall, a couple of built in shelves and behind the toilet a medicine cabinet in the wall. The shower was a pan and curtain. Barely large enough for me and definetly not enough for my 6'1" husband. You could barely turn around without getting caught up in the shower curtain and it was worse when the water was on. The stove worked but didn't shut off when reaching temperature so it burned to a crisp our pizzas in less than 10 minutes. The freezer was frozen so that the door to the freezer wouldn't work. The TV's, one in the bedroom and one in the living room, were extremely old, the satellite reception was poor and the TV in the bedroom didn't even work it just worked for watching DVDs! Both TV's had built in DVD players. We were in Joseph, Oregon August 24th, 2015 when the horrible fires were blazing in Washington state and in Oregon so two out of the three days we stayed there we couldn't go out for long or go hiking because of the poor air quality so we stayed inside. I will not go back here because I was looking for relaxation like we get at the Eagle Cap Chalets. I didn't want to feel like I was camping in a cramped RV.