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Rental unit in Chiloquin
Agency Lake Front Apartment
Lakefront with beautiful view across Agency Lake to the mountains surrounding Crater Lake! This upstairs apartment has one good sized bedroom, with skylights, a desk area and a flat screen TV. A full kitchen is stocked with dishes, pots and pans, glasses and silverware, plus extras. A hide-a bed sofa is in the living room, with a comfortable reading area. The bathroom has a stand up shower. Loaner kayaks in summer months, sled in winter. 30 minutes to beautiful Crater Lake park boundary.
$99 per night
Cabin in Klamath Falls
Secluded Get-A-Way: Cabin in the Woods
Want to get away from the crowds? Located at the end of a dead-end road the cabin sits on the eastern edge of the Cascade Mountain range. This is a great get-a-way spot and is close to Crater Lake National Park and hundreds of miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. This is also a great location for motorcycles, ATVs and snowmobiles. Park your trailer and ride from the cabin to hundreds of miles of Oregon's best snowmobile and off-road vehicle trails, you only have to unload once.
$99 per night
Vacation home in Klamath Falls
The 'Easy A' Cabin in Rocky Point
Welcome to The Easy A Cabin! This stylishly updated 1960s cabin is our beloved mountain retreat. The Easy A is nestled in the best neighborhood in Rocky Point and minutes from Rocky Point Resort, Lake of The Woods, hiking, kayaking, Mt. Mcloughlin, fishing, and Crater Lake is only an hour away. Visit the best-kept secret in the Southern Cascades in comfort and style: King size bed, easy-start pellet stove, full kitchen, quiet deck, 50mbps Wifi, and access to unlimited recreation.
$117 per night

Other great vacation rentals in Lake of the Woods

Cabin in Klamath Falls
Cabin by Lake of The Woods, Crater Lake, & Ashland
$137 per night
Cabin in Klamath Falls
A clean, well-appointed cabin in Rocky Point!
$128 per night
Cabin in Chiloquin
Cabin on the Williamson River Near Crater Lake
$140 per night
Chalet in Crater Lake
The Chalet at Agency Lake
$192 per night
Home in Klamath Falls
Cozy Log Cabin
$123 per night
Home in Chiloquin
Lake Front Haven
$135 per night
Cabin in Klamath Falls
Bright Klamath Falls Cabin w/ Deck & Mtn Views!
$167 per night
Hotel room in Klamath Falls
Crater Lake King - Country
$91 per night
Guesthouse in Klamath Falls
Hunter’s den or escape the smoke!
$101 per night
Cabin in Ashland
Boccard Point Cabin w/ Jacuzzi @ Green Springs Inn
$190 per night
Home in Chiloquin
Right on the River House
$161 per night
Cabin in Chiloquin
The Cabin on Crooked Creek
$199 per night

Your guide to Lake of the Woods

Welcome to Lake of the Woods

The name Lake of the Woods tells you all you need to know about this outdoor destination in southern Oregon’s Cascade Range: It’s a natural lake and it’s deep in the woods — but, of course, there’s a lot more to this serene place, which has kept families coming back for generations. This pristine alpine lake is ringed by the Fremont-Winema National Forest. A snow-covered dormant volcano looms in the distance, and cottages flank its shores. Day-use areas welcome swimmers to take a dip in the chilly waters and picnickers to spread out under the towering fir trees. Boaters, stand-up paddleboarders, and kayakers run the show in the summer, while winter snowfall brings out cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and snowmobiles. A couple restaurants, a general store, and a full-service marina keep most campers happy, but urbane attractions are few. This vast wilderness playground is perfect for an off-the-grid escape.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake of the Woods

Summer at Lake of the Woods means long, sunny days on the water. The warmest months of July and August mark the peak times for boating and paddling as well as hiking and backcountry treks. Temperatures cool and the days become shorter in fall, when you’re more likely to have a corner of the lake to yourself or find trailheads empty. The elevation here in the Cascades guarantees snow in winter, when the lake freezes over and fishing by boat gives way to ice fishing. Come here in January and February for ice skating on the lake, snowshoeing through the forests, and cozying up in your cabin at night. Families return in larger numbers by spring break, when much of the snow melts and wildflowers bloom in the meadows.

Top things to do in Lake of the Woods

Boating and paddling

A full-service marina rents all the gear you need to enjoy an afternoon on the clear waters of the lake. Anglers might want to hop on a pontoon boat with rods and bait for an afternoon. If you prefer, skim the surface on a kayak or paddle board — circling the shores and watching for wildlife in the surrounding evergreen forests.

Mt. McLoughlin Trail

The snowy peak of Mount McLoughlin shimmers when reflected in the Lake of the Woods, luring advanced hikers away from their cabins in the early morning for an arduous daylong climb to the summit at 9,495 feet. This challenging 10-mile round-trip trek along the Mount McLoughlin Trail, which links up with the grand Pacific Crest Trail, is a bucket-list hike in Southern Oregon that only experienced hikers should attempt.

Great Meadows Sno-Park

Winter turns the Fremont-Winema National Forest into a snowy playground, with freshly dusted forests ready for crunching on snowshoes, zipping along on cross-country skis, or revving up snowmobiles. Great Meadows Sno-Park ranks as one of the prime destinations in Southern Oregon for its 165 miles of groomed trails, which typically remain covered in the white stuff from late November through early March. Keep in mind: You’ll need to purchase an Oregon Sno-Park Permit before you visit.