King bed in the master bedroom, a queen bed in the second bedroom, and a sleeper sofa in the living area. Jetted tub in master bathroom. Hot tub on the deck. Full kitchen. This unit is 2 stories with the master bedroom on the second floor. Stairs required for entry. Not wheelchair accessible. Maximum occupancy 6.
This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units.
Name the types of outdoor recreation you enjoy. Pick anything. Mountain biking? Fishing? Birding? What about just picnicking along country roads? You can do all this and much more from your resort at Running Y.
Perched on a ridge near the 143-square-mile Upper Klamath Lake, your resort is well-positioned to take advantage of one of the most diverse and pristine wildernesses in North America (there are seven national wildlife refuges here). The region’s volcanic legacy has left the famous caldera of Crater Lake, lava beds, fumaroles and towering peaks. It also happens to be the route birds prefer for their western migrations. In fact, bald eagles by the hundreds winter in the Klamath Basin.
Such a backdrop invites exploration. So choose your transport—foot, tire, or wing, and set forth. After several "Oh wow’s" and a few "Look at that’s," you’ll be ready to return to your Running Y accommodations and all the comforts of home.
Crater Lake National Park
Known for its spectacular views, Crater Lake offers a wealth of four-season activities, including hiking in summer, and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. Approx. 70 mi.
Klamath County Museum
The museum focuses on the anthropology, history, geology and wildlife of Klamath Basin. Exhibits include Native American artifacts and relics. For more information, call (phone number hidden) mi.
Favell Museum of Western Art & Artifacts
This museum boasts a large miniature firearm collection as well as pioneer and Indian artifacts, baskets and paintings. For more information, call (phone number hidden) mi.
January: Chemult Dog Races
February: Winter Wings Festival
May: Cinco De Mayo
July: Celebrate America’s Day!
September: Klamath Blues Festival
December: Snow Flake Festival
· Bunk beds (3-bedroom chalets' third bedroom)
· Cable TV
· DVD player
· Stereo with CD player
· Gas fireplace
· Gas barbecue
· Murphy Bed (some units)
· Sleeper sofa (Three bedroom and all Chalets)
· Washer and dryer
· Iron and ironing board
· Internet access (fee applicable)
· Indoor pool
· Indoor children's pool
· Indoor hot tub
· Tennis court
· Basketball court
· Fitness centers
· Golf course and driving range
· Clubhouse with pro shop
· Pool table
· Day spa
· Arcade games
· Small Privately Owned Onsite Market
· Elevators in some buildings
· Crater Lake National Park
· Lava Beds National Monument
· Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing
· Winema National Forest
· Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland (mid February-October)
· Klamath Falls (LMT) 12 mi
· Medford (MFR) 67 mi
· Redmond (RDM) 163 mi
· Eugene (EUG) 242 mi
· Reno/Tahoe (RNO) 260 mi
We loved the studio, it far exceeded our expectations.
It was a great location, beautiful apartment with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, ready and well prepared for cooking, grilling, etc, even had packets of spices for cooking! Very well prepared, extremely comfortable. We had a great time. Everything was very well organized at the reception. Could not ask for a better place to stay! The location is great, walking distance to the town, great for excursions to wine country or biking.
Awesome well appointed apartment in a great location. Very comfortable and spacious.
Enjoyed staying at the condo this past week! Very clean, staff was friendly, and very quiet in the evenings. Would definitely stay here again next time!
Katy and her property were exactly as listed. We had a fantastic time and had no problems.
Katy was extremely responsive and gave us all the details we needed. The WorldMark condos are located right off the main street in downtown. Everything was in walking distance as described. The living room and kitchen were even bigger than we were expecting and the rooms were quite comfortable. The only minor issue we had was that this unit is on the ground floor and near the pool; therefore, from the bedrooms you can hear everyone walking by in the mornings and at night. If you are a light sleeper and are looking to sleep in this may be an issue. But nothing ear plugs can't solve. Thanks!
My wife and I stayed at the WorldMark in a Studio Timeshare from June 15-19 2014. Katy was very responsive on airbnb and easily set up the room reservation. Location is great spot in San Francisco which is located in lower Nob Hill, Stockton and Bush intersection.
Stockton is an odd road. There is a tunnel that runs under it which is also called stockton, the hotel is on the upper level. Probably one of the few streets in the world that there is one street name with 2 roads on top of eachother. The tunnel allows easier access to the financial district / Union Center if you are up North.
Room was small, but was enough to accommodate us for a short amount of time. Included essentials like plates, glasses, forks and spoons. A/C is included and was ran often. The windows could not be opened since there was an A/C unit, so therefore it did become warm in the room.
There is no turn down service so it is like an extended stay hotel. I'm sure you could ask for more towels if you asked. You have to PAY for the internet, never tried as my phone worked and I could link to my tablet and laptop.
Room also came with a closet and small table with chairs for eating or working. We stayed on the 8th floor. Elevator was old and slow, took the stairs a few times to work off that great San Francisco food.
Overall the room was clean and was able to accommodate my needs. The first night, when we checked in, they wanted us to do a time share meeting. That was a little offish, but was never bothered again. Also, if you come in late at night they had a security guard at the door making sure not just anyone walks in.
Location is fantastic. Walking distance to Union Center. Powell Street, 1 street west, has the cable car. I'd recommend getting a Muni/Bart Pass. My brother-in-law was super nice and gave us a 3 day pass and Bart money. Makes the trip easy and you look more legit. Half the time they didn't even scan my car on the cable car. Check out the link below.
We used the BART, MUNI Bus, Cable and Street cars to get around, and walked a ton too. If you want to see the city you'll want to take public transportation if you are going to Golden Gate Park and you're at the hotel. Also Many tours go all over the place.
The studio we booked with Katy was great. It had everything we needed for our stay in Estes Park. The location and amenities of the development were perfect for quick access into town or to the Rocky Mountain National Park. We also enjoyed the hot tubs in the evening. I would recommend booking with Katy and staying at the Worldmark development in Estes Park to my friends and family.
The studio was nice, cozy and clean like a good hotel room. The property was so great for relaxing outside on the river with well maintained BBQ grills. The property is really new. Everything perfect. More than perfect. Thank you Katy.
My family and I had a really good time here. The place is nice and clean. The location is pretty good too. Will recommend this place!
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