- Pet Friendly
- Family Friendly
- Handicap Accessible
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mountain or Water View
Great place to just get away for the weekend !!!
Needed a getaway during off-season so visited Wallowa Lake Resort in mid-October. Cabin was perfect, well-kept and immaculately clean. Went hiking the following day and did a little sight-seeing. Stopped in Wallowa for breakfast at the Main Street Grill the last day there. Will try to make this trip annually,
Large cabin in middle of getting remodeled accepts dogs and views lake
The cabin/ house (22) is essentially great. it has a view of the lake with grass front yard, has a kitchen for making food and allows dogs. They are in the middle of fixing this one, so there is 3+ bedrooms and only 1 shower and some sheet rock showing, and there are wall heaters. It is decorated straight out of the 70s and the furniture is adequate and hopefully some pieces will be updated due to wear. The management company responded w concerns quickly. ps. almost no signal here, but you have free wifi. Would suggest: better driveway signage, knives that cut, games for guests, condiments for kitchen.
Nice cabins, Not to be confused with Wallowa Lake Lodge
We stayed here a few nights for our yearly vacation. We were in cabin 8, "Cottonwood". We arrived on a Thursday and stayed for three nights. For a rustic cabin, we thought it was very clean, and it was well stocked with kitchen supplies and grilling supplies with propane grill. You have to realize this is a rustic cabin, and NOT the Mariott, okay people?? Everything that is included and not included, is laid out in the 4-page reservation notice we received upon booking. READ through this so you know what to expect and what not to expect. We stayed in and grilled dinner two nights on the grill and also used the 2-burner stove with no issues. Yes, the kitchen is not big, but again, this is a rustic cabin, not the Marriott! Everything we needed was provided in this cabin, except for food and coffee. There is a covered porch with an eating table for two, which was very nice since it rained two of the three days. We had wild deer just a few feet from our porch to greet us one morning. Adequate space for parking and it was very quiet. However, we were here in mid-September when the crowd is dying down, so that helped. We were within walking distance to the tram and/or the park and marina. Now, why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5.... First, I believe this cabin is attached to the owner's house and the main gift shop. Therefore, I think it shares the same hot water heater. My wife and I take 5-7 minute showers, with me taking a shower after her. Hot water was beginning to run out about half way through my shower on all days we were here. Also, the toilet would run sometimes and we would have to jiggle the handle to get it to stop. Bed was a little hard for what we are used to but it would not deter us from staying here again. Overall, we loved our stay here and would not hesitate to stay at this same cabin again. Great time, great memories!!
Wonderful spotless cabin with a little stream tucked in a cozy wooded corner
We rented Cabin 12 for 3 days and nights -- wonderful peaceful quiet cabin complete with babbling brook, spotless inside and out, fully stocked kitchen with everything needed for cooking in instead of eating out. Plenty of hot water for dishes and showers, quiet , deer ambling through, along with quail,woodpeckers, and song birds. Nice hiking trail and overlook for Wallowa Lake right up the hill 1/4 mile up the way, along with the tram, horseback rides, miniature golf, go carts and a few restaurants and ice cream shops you could walk to if you have kids. Just lovely.
Cute, cozy cabin
We checked in easily and quickly. Desk employees were friendly and cheerful. Cabin was small but cozy and had a king bed. We loved the gas fireplace to quickly warm up the cabin. We saw a lot of deer and one which startled me out in the dark walking my dog.(LOL). The location was convenient for nice walks through the state park and on the road toward the trailheads. We stayed in the season that is beautiful but many activities are closed. If beautiful scenery and low crowds are what you like, then I would recommend the off seasons. We want to return in the summer to enjoy the lake water and more activities. The town of Joseph is fun, cute and a few miles away.Another review stated that the cabin was not cleaned while they were there. This was not a fair review to the management. People need to understand you are renting a home or cabin. This is not a hotel. You do not get room service everyday. Frankly, we enjoy the privacy. That's why we like to rent cabins and homes especially when pets are allowed.There is a towel exchange every coupe of days and the office is open if you really need anything during the day. Overall we really enjoyed our stay and can't wait to return.