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We spent the weekend to get away, the scenic view is wonderful. The staff is also very friendly.
But the rooms are very dated,
The bathrooms in our room (1) had cracked sheet rock and really needed to be renovated and repaired. The shower floor...More
We did not use the bathrooms here as they charge for showers but my husband went in and they appeared clean. They had laundry there as well but didnt use it. The site was the smallest of our entire trip but was easy to get...More
The Log Cabin Resort is situated right on the shore of Lake Crescent. The setting is breathtakingly beautiful. You can walk right into the crystal clear water or rent a paddle boat or canoe. It is quiet and serene. Yes, the A-frame cabin we stayed...More
This resort has not been updated (at all) since the 1950s, and it is getting quite run-down. All the more reason to be unhappy about the high price. The food at the lodge was really awful and also overpriced. I have never has chowder so...More
Too shabby for the price. A power outage the first night was no fault of this, so called resort. I am one who likes rustic and old historic lodging. Log Cabin Resort run by Aramark is neither.
The draw here is the lake and the...More
We just left after spending a week at Log Cabin Resort. The sites are tight, as mentioned by other reviewers. We were fortunate to have a site on the lake side and our space had room for our trailer and 2 tents. Had it not... More
We just left after spending a week at Log Cabin Resort. The sites are tight, as mentioned by other reviewers. We were fortunate to have a site on the lake side and our space had room for our trailer and 2 tents. Had it not been for the neighbors and all of their family members on each side of us that constantly walked thru our site, we would have enjoyed it more. Why do people do that? Anyway, try to get a site on the lake, or creekside for more privacy.
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"Stay at the lodge on the other side of the lake."