Umpqua’s Last Resort

115 Elk Ridge Ln
Idleyld Park, 97447
Reviews:
Book a year in advanced if you're not up to pitching your own tent, cooking your own food, bringing your own water bottles with filters, and sleeping on pads that could are not as comfortable as a futon. It may sound terrible, but trust me, it is a fun experience and not the worst case scenario. It was still fairly luxurious for my first camping trip because communal showers, restrooms, and a laundry room were available on site AND still separated between men and women. There is also a convenient store not even a five-minute walk away!! Not native to long hikes or real-life I-am-stuck-in-the-woods type of camping, I enjoyed my trip. I learned to make my own campfire with fire starter from the woods, cook my own food without hot water, and eat as minimal as possible to sustain for a long hike. Again, may sound miserable to some, but quite the adventure. After a few trips like this where I go from communal showers to none, I may be able to duke it out in the wilderness for a day or weekend
Im not sure how anyone could give this place not one, but two blistering reviews. The cabins are clean, the staff is over the top in customer service and willingness to help. The resort is indeed, on the water. The North Umpqua is directly across the small, two lane highway. In fact, each time I have stayed here, I am lulled to sleep by the sound of the river. Have returned on multiple occasions and am never disappointed with my stay, the owner or the employees. I just recently stayed here again and plan on many repeat visits. The website is indeed, very representative of what to expect. It is not a luxury resort with a spa and 5 star restaurant attached. Its rustic, quaint and gives a great friendly feeling.
This place was disappointing and misleading. The website makes it look like a nice little place nestled in the woods. We got to our campsite and found it to be a tiny grass area with room for 1 car and 1 tent....TINY. There were no benches, no fire pit, no anything but a tiny grass area. There were no trees or landscaping to cover us from neighboring sites either. Immediately behind our campsite was a garage and home. This was more of a trailer park than a resort.

(541) 498-2500

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