Reviews for Lone Mountain RV Resort

| Great park!

By user-4729818... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-05-20 to 2017-05-24

This is a true gem of a park. Beautiful spaces, friendliest and most helpful employees we have come across in years. Wild turkeys came through our site daily. Highly recommended!5/

| A Great Find

By user-5831686... on 2017-10-23.

Small, quiet...extremely clean...a gem of a RV park! Managers very friendly, escorted us to our site...bathroom super clean with passcode from mgmt...$1.25 for 10 minute hot shower, $.25 for each additional 5 minutes...not bad at all. Gazebo type thingy in the middle of the grassy area, with big BBQ, tables, etc....don't know who uses this or the rules about the back, there are 3 tepees - we peaked inside one and found 2 futon-type beds, comfy-looking blankets, set up like a sweet little room -really nice...outside in that area was a porta-potty and a stainless steel sink...this is in a wooded area on the way to the swimming hole, don't know if the other sites back there were for tents or RVs but they were very private and you could hear the water-

| Small But mighty

By user-5594318... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-06-12 to 2015-06-13

We found this park on HiWay 199 at the cross-roads in O'Brien. We are sure glad we did. It's a small park, but has paved roads for the RVs and the graveled sites are level. They have large pull-throughs, for bigger rigs and back-in spots. We were happy to see 50 amp service. The restrooms and laundry are clean and modern. For the traditional camper there are three native American Tipi's to choose from. There is a large double-wide unit that sleeps several with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It's really nice. There are a several tent sites in the woods as well. There is a nice stream with a swimin' hole at the back of the property. We would stay here again.

By user-5783787... on 2018-07-06.

Nice clean park. Convenient location to stay when visiting Oregon Caves and not to far from Grants Pass. When in the area, we will stay again. Enjoyed our stay!

| Great Find

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

This park is very cute, clean and well cared for. We have enjoyed our stays here. Best choice for a day or two, or a few! Located on Rt 199, about halfway between Crater Lake and The Redwoods. There is a treehouse winery down the road, the Oregon Caves are nearby. Crater Lake and The Redwoods are easy day trips from here. They are open year-round! Great wi-fi, cute pond, big rig friendly, treed, cabins and teepees for rent, too! Back in $35 // pull thru $40