We took a family trip to Union Creek Resort with our extended family. We stayed 2 nights. There were 5 families total so we rented both cabins 17 and 18. All of us had a great time. With 7 kids ages 9 and under sometimes its a bit tricky to find a good place to stay that is safe and entertaining but this place was great! The kids were lucky enough to sled out front of the cabins, they played tons in the snow right outside while the adults watched from the warmth of inside, they enjoyed sleeping with their cousins in the bonus room upstairs in the cabin, and none of them were ready to go home. We took a day trip right up the hwy to our favorite place to cut down our Christmas tree and then a quick drive back to the cabin for hot chocolate and fun!! The staff was helpful and friendly. The cupboards were stocked with linens and towels. The kitchen was well stocked with pans, untensils, and what we needed to cook and serve for all of our meals. The lodge was open long hours(8-8) to provide us with what we forgot. The cabins were clean. There were plenty of beds and sleeping space for everybody! Laundry facilities in the basement. Unfortunatly its the largest cabin they have and has only one bathroom, but that would be the only downfall. These are old cabins as a part of history so I would not want them to be modernized, and we had 14 people sharing one bathroom all weekend and we really did just fine with it!! No complaints!! What a great time!! We look forward to returning here real soon!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- It’s a resort that hearkens back to a simpler era. We call it rustic comfort; similar to what you would find in the 1920s when it was first built, but now with modern conveniences and charm. You won’t find golf courses, spa services, or salons. But you will find a well-appointed, authentic lodge set amongst towering Douglas Firs in the Rogue River National Forest. It’s an ideal location to experience Oregon’s great outdoors in a simple, yet comfortably updated resort.All around is the smell of pine needles and the sounds of birds and rushing creek waters. The stunning natural setting includes distinctive Union Creek and the Wild & Scenic Rogue River, hiking trails amongst spectacular 700-year-old Douglas Firs in old growth forests, and nearby Crater Lake National Park – truly a must-see destination. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Union Creek Hotel Prospect