Spartan rooms in an A-frame. No A.C., only fan in the window which sucked in the neighboring campfire smoke. After spending the day on crater lake with the smoke from the wildfires we thought we would get sick, which my husband did.
His coughing must have kept up the people staying above us. (Yes, our A-frame butted into another building and children were staying above us.) You could hear everything. And the children loved running up and down the wooden stairs....
Minimal lighting in the room with no closet. The mattresses must have been old because one side dipped. No hair dryer, no shampoo, you had to bring everything with you.
Not a real kitchenette. No sink in kitchen. You have to use the bathroom sink. One spoon, 2 forks, 1 cracked bowl, and 3 salad plates, 1 of which was cracked.The refrigerator was so small we had to use our coolers and pay them $3 for a bag of ice. And the room had 2 queen beds so they should have accommodated 4 people.
This is really a campground, not a "resort". I wish I had paid attention to the star rating. This is a 2-star "resort". I wonder what a 1 looks like? Actually, I don't want to know.
If you want to camp and own a boat, this is a great place! The "resort" is right on the lake in a remote area. It has a boat launch. One group of Oregon duck alumni had the campsites right next to the dock. They had their ski boat and RV totally decked out. If I was 20 again and expected to camp... This might have been a perfect place!