Step out of the everyday and into the extraordinary wild…
Starting at $450 per person per night
Idleyld Park, Douglas County, Oregon, United States
Starting at $100 per room per night
Umpqua’s Last Resort is a privately owned recreational vehicle park and campground located on exclusive private-property within the Umpqua National Forest. Settled in the community of Dry Creek, 27-miles east of Idleyld Park on the North Umpqua River, Umpqua’s Last Resort hosts twenty Full Hook-up RV Sites, Glamping tents, Camper Cabin Rentals, Tiny home lodging, RV Rental lodging, several Water & Electric Tent Sites, Group Camping, heated Shower House and Restroom, and satellite Wireless Internet.
Unique Features: Crater Lake is known worldwide for its clarity and unbelievably deep blue color. Formed when the caldera volcano Mount Mazama erupted over 7700 years ago, there are no rivers coming into or out of the lake. Crater Lake’s volume is maintained by snowfall and rainfall. It is the deepest lake in the United States at 1,949 feet and the ninth deepest in the world.
Accommodations: There are cabins, glamping tents and RV sites. The luxury canvas wall tents were designed and hand built by us using locally sourced wood. Relax in the Adirondack chairs and enjoy the great outdoors with your fire pit, charcoal BBQ and picnic table. Featuring a King Size bed with luxury linens, and solid wood floors. The resort’s cozy cabins are the perfect base for exploring all that the North Umpqua has to offer. Delight in the setting and soak in the mountain air.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the King Cabins. Relish the great views from your covered porch, or enjoy the great outdoors with your fire pit, BBQ and picnic table. Featuring a King Size bed on the main floor and a double bed in the loft area there is plenty of room for four. Amenities include luxury linens and blankets, towels, microwave, fridge, coffee maker and more.
Dining: They do not offer any dining options.
Activities: Deep blue waters grace the North Fork providing opportunity for fly fisherman in search of summer run steelhead from five to fifteen pounds. Guests can visit a cascading waterfall that plunges 80 ft over a sheer wall of volcanic basalt. There’s also exciting whitewater rafting! The North Umpqua river is world class, with more whitewater per mile than any other river in Oregon. Guides services are available.
Spa & Fitness: There is no spa or fitness center.
Location: Just an hour from the resort was once a towering 12,000 ft volcano, Mt. Mazama which violently erupted 7,700 years ago creating the deepest lake on the continent (1949 ft deep). The caldera created from the collapse of the mountain upon itself filled with pure snow melt creating vibrant Crater Lake is one of the most magnificent of our area’s attractions. The North entrance is only about an hour’s drive from Umpqua’s Last Resort, making it a wonderful day-trip destination.
Closest Airport: The nearest major airport is Eugene Airport (EUG / KEUG). Another major airport is Southwest Oregon Regional Airport (OTH / KOTH), which has domestic flights from North Bend, Oregon and is 114 miles from Idleyld Park, OR.
Children’s Programs: No, they do not have any supervised kid’s programs. Children may not be left unsupervised at any time. Parents and/or guardians are responsible for the actions and safety of their children. Please respect other guests by maintaining a peaceful environment.
Pet Friendly: Yes. All pets, including cats, must be tethered on a short leash whenever they are outside your lodging or your RV. Pet fencing or cages may be used at your RV site. Take your pet with you if you leave the resort.
Weddings: No, they don’t normally host weddings, although they may by special request.
Meetings: No, unfortunately, they don’t have the facilities to handle large business meetings or conferences.
Extra Info: Stop and enjoy numerous waterfalls, including Watson Falls (the tallest in Southern Oregon) Toketee Falls, or stop at the North Umpqua Hot Springs for a dip in a series of heated thermal pools perched on a cliff beside the river.