East Lake Resort
22430 E Lake Rd., La Pine, OR
East Lake Resort is located at 22430 E Lake Rd., La Pine, Oregon 97739 with a total of 40 campsites. Before your trip to East Lake Resort, check out website at http://eastlakeresort.com/ or contact them through 541-536-2230 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 43.7226, -121.1914
|Hookups||50 Amp||30 Amp||20 Amp||water||Partial Hookups|
|Site Amenities||big rig||fire ring||picnic table||pull thru|
|Facilities||cabins||dump station||general store||laundry||restrooms|
Overview of East Lake Resort
Last Price Paid: $39
Reported by Gypsy Boots on 06.03.2021
Longest RV Reported: 31 feet (Class A)
Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022
Number of Sites:
6,430 ft / 1,959 m
Reviews of East Lake Resort
2 people have reviewed this location.
Dirt, dirt, dirt
Nightly rate: $39
Days stayed: 2
Site number: 14
It’s not a bad place but it is one of the dustiest dirt places I’ve stayed. Not sure how long I’ll be getting the gray dirt out of our rig. The sites are not level, no gravel but most are pretty big. There is laundry and showers. Seems like dogs off leash is okay. The camp hosts dog was running everywhere and people seemed to follow suit. The actual resort park across the street is pretty nice though. Good camp store, boat rentals, nice cafe with good food. But this is a campground review so I digress. If I came back, I would camp at one of the many forest service campgrounds around either lake and visit the resorts for the luxury aspect.
Great Location on the edge of a caldera - Fishing, Biking and Hot Springs
Nightly rate: $32
Days stayed: 4
Site number: 34
We had a great time at this RV park. In 1915, East Lake Resort opened its doors on the shores of East Lake in the caldera of Newberry Volcano – the largest volcano in the Cascade Range. Rebuilt in 1942. It is small (28 sites) with power and water at each site. There are a few full hookups. Each space has a picnic table and fire ring. Spaces are close, but still have a nice bit of space. There are some tight turns, 40 foot maximum on size. Gravel sites and roads throughout the park. The entire site is on a slight hill - so be sure to bring your leveling blocks. Onsite managers are great and very helpful. They keep the place clean and are helpful if you have questions or problems.The resort is across the street from the resort. The resort is small, cute and a real treasure. Sandy beach, boat rental, small restaurant and store and a gift shop. We rented a pontoon boat and fished all day. Great spin and fly fishing at the lake. You can also SUP or kayak over to the hot springs for a dip. No cell service (not even with a booster). We drove about 4 miles away to a beautiful lookout to catch up on phone calls as necessary.