Rocky Point Resort

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28121 Rocky Point Road, Klamath Falls, OR, 97601, US

Phone: (541) 356-2222






We are surrounded by undisturbed wilderness freshwater marshes and lakes rich with wildlife at Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge. Rocky Point Resort invites you to relax and enjoy the extraordinary beauty of the lake. You can spend your day fishing, kayaking, boating, biking, hiking, bird watching, or stargazing, the sky's the limit! Rocky Point offers five accommodation options:

1. RUSTIC CABINS. With kitchens, full baths, electricity, lighting, sliding screened windows, locking doors, seating, porches, and BBQ.

2. HOTEL ROOMS. 1 or 2 bedrooms, with full bath.

3. RV FULL and partial hook-up sites (30-amp, water hookup),

4. FURNISHED RV. rustic comfort on the campground.

5. LAKESIDE TENT SPACES. Tent sites share comfort-station bathroom facilities that include hot showers, a washing sink station, water, and a laundromat.


Our restaurant is spacious, has spectacular views, and is comfortable for couples, family, friends, and large parties. Plus, our full bar is a beautiful and inviting place to hang out.

RESTAURANT HOURS: Change seasonally. (Check website for updates)
Dinner: 5:00pm to 8:00pm Everyday
Lunch: 11:00am to 2:00pm Saturday & Sunday only.

WE TAKE RESERVATIONS. (541) 356-2287. The restaurant offers a panoramic tranquil view of the lake, it's breathtaking and relaxing. We also have a full bar. Enjoy the food, wine & the lake with us. Eat, drink, play, and be happy.


The general store is open and stocked with general supplies, snacks & ice cream, camping gear, fishing essentials, beer, wine, merchandise, and souvenirs.


NEAR-BY LOCATIONS: Venture out to Lake the Woods. Ride the train at the Mountain Museum in Chiloquin, spend a day at Crater Lake Zip-lining or book a Guided Kayak Adventure with 'Explore Southern Oregon'. (


NATURE AT IT'S BEST: Our property is the perfect backdrop for relaxation and outdoor activities. There are plenty of outdoor patios, and our indoor spaces feature large windows and stunning views. Think about us for your corporate events, family reunions, church retreats, yoga outings, annual meetings, and year-end parties. We rent throughout the year. BOOK NOW

We look forward to serving you and your family during your special vacation time. Contact us at 541-356-2222, if you have any further questions or to make a reservation.


We stayed at an RV site, and it was great. The trees are amazing, and the view of the lake is spectacular. The staff is spot on and dinner at the restaurant was so good, prime rib was cooked perfectly and topped off by the most amazing cheesecake. Before dinner was served to us, we witnessed a bald eagle grabbing a treat out front in the lake. I can’t say enough good things about this place. Oh, and frogs chirping when we walked our pups.

— TJ Holley 2 months ago * on Google 5/5

I messed up my reservation, but the clerk accommodated me. We stayed in a 30 ft or so RV. I would have liked the cabins better, but that was my fault. The clerk was awesome. The resort had a restaurant on site as well—decent food.

Hotel highlights - Great view · Quiet

Response from the owner
So glad we were able to accommodate you during your stay. We are always available by phone should you need assistance with your reservations.

— Rob Ryan 7 months ago * on Google 5/5

Almost a 5-star review. The staff were all great, from housekeeping to the restaurant wait staff. The location was superb for kayaking the canoe trails. The resort is small, quiet, and clean. We stayed in a rustic cabin. The bed was comfortable, the bathroom was clean, and the kitchen had about everything you should need. Our only complaint about the cabin was the dim lighting in the living room. It was hard to see at night.
The restaurant produced ample proportions of decent food. The taters are interesting, halfway between a tater chip and a fry. Expect basic dining, not fine dining. The view from the restaurant is superb, and we were not rushed from our table. There is a store there with basic stuff.

We found there was not much to do locally in the evening except walk on the road going past the resort. There are no nearby hiking trails. Beautiful country. We came in March to see birds and boy did we see birds. The canoe trails were mostly empty of people therefore nobody bothered the wildlife.

— Dan Coppock a year ago * on Google 4/5

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