- 50 Amp Hookups
- Near Fishing / Hunting
- Laundry Facilities
- Pull Through
Gorgeous Lake and RV park within walking distance
Close to the lake, walk or drive or bike. Full hook ups. Super nice people! We have a 35 foot RV and 20 foot utility trailer and they had a nice spot for us. They have a laundry, bring lots of quarters. Snow still here in May, beautiful area and lovely lake with cabins and boat rentals and restaurant. Bring your kayaks and fishing poles!!
The good thing is that there is a lovely path that goes around the lake close to rv park. Also there is a pretty good pizza place. The park itself wasn’t super. Many of the sites were very unlevel. Sites very close to each other and really not very dog friendly at all.
The location was ideal for us, visiting Crater Lake and spending some time around Diamond Lake kayaking and cycling (the loop trail is really nice). We followed to route on the information packet they gave us on entry and found the natural bridge and waterfall to be enjoyable side trips. There are several recent negative reviews posted here, and with our smaller trailer I really considered changing our reservation to the forest service campground across the street, but we prefer to have full hookups. However, our experience at this campground was not negative at all. The staff were perfectly friendly and helpful, and our site was better than most we have had at commercial campgrounds primarily geared towards larger rigs. The spaces are fairly close together but not packed, and many of them have quirks as far as how easy they are to get into or trees/stumps to pay attention to, as well as varying in terms of level. Basically I would say it was typical as far as the site itself. We had large 5th wheels on both sides of us at times, and at other times there was nobody within 4 or 5 sites of us. We found the campground to be clean and quiet and met our expectations. We heard not to rely on GPS to find the campground but Google Maps took us right there. For lake access we went to the day use site just a half mile away, which has a thin beach area and table and was a good place to launch kayaks and swim play.
The site we had was terrible. Very narrow jammed in between sites on both sides and then some behind. Several other bigger sites backing up to the trees but they wouldn't let us move. Staff in office very rude. Bathrooms were clean. I would not stay there again. Also garbage holders overflowing.
Policies that will hurt - sites that go from good to TERRIBLE
Came in early after having a 2 night reservation for $96. The site we were locked into was steep, and not good for my RV. I asked if I could be swapped to the many other sites that were available that we could be swapped into a smaller rig could maybe enjoy this steep nasty site. No luck. Never got my money back the management in the main resort only wanted a letter. As the front desk at the resort gave me a look like, not this again. Like she gets complaints about the RV Park all the time. I would choose the Diamond Lake Campground over this place till I die. The sites are: Highly variable Many sites are steep or irregular Poorly designed Park Staff and policies are poor. Customer service is non-existent. Don't expect any help. The customer service at the campground across the street is far better, the sites are amazing. Good luck getting in there. Learn to dry camp it is so much better and in this area that's the way to go. I will never go back to Diamond Lake RV Park. What a customer service void!