Loon Lake Lodge and RV Resort – Reedsport, OR

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Loon Lake Lodge and RV Resort is a great campground located in a beautiful part of Oregon. Loon Lake is known for its pleasant climate. The campground is located about 18 miles from the Pacific Ocean, and the air is dry and warm. They are a few minutes from Reedsport, Oregon.

In addition to camping, the resort and has vacation cabins and a motel. The RV Park has full-hookups, satellite TV and free Wi-fi, and sits on one mile of Loon Lake frontage. Lake views and beach camping are available, as are a restaurant, a store, and fuel in the lodge. Fish the lake for trout, bass, blue gill, catfish and carp.

Nearby is the Oregon Coast vacation area, where you can explore the Umpqua River, see the Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area, or visit the famous Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.

The campground is very scenic and peaceful. I recommend it!

Loon Lake Lodge and RV Resort
9011 Loon Lake Rd, Reedsport, OR 97467
Phone: (541) 599-2244


  1. I like to avoid weekend getaways that are too close to the highway and one of my friends recommended the Loon Lake Lodge in Reedsport, Oregon for its peaceful ambience. We drove from the Eugene airport and were greeted by a herd of elk grazing away unperturbed by the curious onlookers. That set the tone for the trip which was one of the best we have had in recent times. Loon Lake is a great place. It’s easily accessible and yet, has a natural aura about it. Coming back to the resort, we are a family of 3. But we chose a riverfront cottage. It has a deck that overlooks the lake and there’s nothing like having a drink hearing the loons in the distance. Just melts the stress away. The cottage was very spacious and well furnished. The kitchen was well stocked. And the linen was clean and fresh. The marina area has different types of boats for rental and we spent some time in a Pontoon boat which was a first for the kid. I tried by hand at Canoeing but it was a lot more difficult than it seems. The kid was also introduced to fishing. Her first time and she caught her first fish within minutes. If you are looking for a quiet and peaceful place with great services that wont drain your pocket, then this is it.

  2. Some folks from my church group wanted to do a quick getaway to Loon Lake for 3 nights and wanted to stay in something really spacious and comfortable because there was going to around 15 people, including some couples. We got the premium waterfront house which accommodated all of us really well! I especially loved the wrap-around deck which faced the Loon lake and it was so perfect for relaxing by the water and having some quiet time and conversation. The house had a huge fireplace with lovely windows in the living room. The house was very clean and the space and amenities were more than adequate. We cooked so many great meals in the kitchen which had a full sized fridge and stove and other standard equipment for a kitchen. We even dined at the on-site restaurant one evening and that we pretty good. Check-in was pretty smooth and we did not have any problems or issues with the staff as they were nice people. All in all we had a great stay and my church friends are begging me to plan another getaway already!

  3. This was a great (and much needed) getaway for my girlfriend and I. We both took a day off in the week and decided to stay at Loon Lake Lodge. We stayed in the motel (her idea), rather than camping but we spent the days fishing and kayak-ing. Everything was pleasant and the room was very nice. My favorite part was definitely renting the wave runners. Her favorite part was probably the restaurant. Next time (hopefully soon!), we’re definitely going to visit the nearby Oregon Dunes and check out all the fun stuff to do there. Other than that, this is a great getaway and I’d recommend it to anyone looking to get away from the city.


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