Diamond Lake RV Park

Address: 3500 Diamond Lake Loop, Diamond Lake, Oregon, 97731, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 3500 Diamond Lake Loop, Diamond Lake, is near Diamond Lake and Mount Bailey.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsDiamond Lake RV Park

        Reviewed by dgilcrest

        Diamond Lake-A Real Gem!

        Reviewed Sep 5, 2016
        by (12 reviews) , Germany Flag of Germany

        This campground was one of the best I've ever stayed in. We had originally planned to stay at the Crater Lake campground, but decided at the last minute to try Diamond Lake on a recommendation from some friends. Great decision! We practically had the campground to ourselves and were able to find a beautiful spot right by the water. They also had very nice bathrooms and hot showers. There were many beautiful camp sites with a lot of space between them. I just really loved it. It's very close to Crater Lake and other sites.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        Reviewed by tendashseven

        Perfect Location and a Very Nice Park

        Reviewed Sep 11, 2015
        by (30 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        Diamond Lake RV Park is within striking distance of one of this country's most amazing parks - Glacier National Park! It is also next to beautiful Diamond Lake and near a resort with several amenities. The campsites are deep in the woods and you really feel like you are camping even though you are hooked up to a full service campsite. However, make sure your bathroom is the only facility you plan to use since the bathroom here closes for an hour for cleaning and the second bathroom was permanently closed during our visit. The staff were pleasant, but seem to run a "tight ship". For example, our neighbors were told that their children could not ride their bikes in the park. Ummm.

        The WiFi sucks. Either provide a usable WiFi connection or don't provide one at all. Just don't "check the box" and offer a useless product. Since there is no cell phone coverage, having a usable WiFi is really important.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        Reviewed by carberrys


        Reviewed Jun 14, 2015
        by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        Great little spot- not too crowded and easy to get out of eye/ear shot of the RVs. Not a parking lot style RV park! Very close to Crater Lake and very scenic.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Diamond Lake RV Park

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Diamond Lake

        Diamond Lake-A Real Gem

        A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 05, 2016

        32 photos

        Our day started at 5:00 a.m. We got everything packed and were on the road by 6:30 a.m..  This time we only had to circle the neighborhood once and return for the tea I left on the counter.  Other than that, we were good to go.  This time all medications were on board.  There was an emergency stop at Starbucks for the …

        Day Twenty Seven

        A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Sep 02, 2016

        1 comment

        Today was a bummer. During the night John had another Meniere’s attack. So we’ve learned that the best thing when this happens is for him to medicate and rest. So that’s what he did.

        He slept all day, so it was a very long day for me. I am so glad that he hooked up the Tailgater so I was at least able to watch some …

        Day Twenty Six

        A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Sep 01, 2016

        20 photos

        We headed down to Crater Lake National Park around 9:30 because we were anxious to see it. As we drove we saw a number of mountain peaks in the distance that are dormant volcanoes. We passed through a pumice desert on the way. This area is where Mt. Manama, the volcano that created Crater Lake, dumped volcanic ash and pumice on the forest below. …

        Day Twenty Five

        A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Aug 31, 2016

        5 photos

        We got up early this morning and John snuck out at 6:30 a.m. to wash our car. The car was covered in dust and dirt from the ride to the beach yesterday. The park prohibited washing any vehicles, but John couldn’t stand it and had to give it a good rinse off. He didn’t get caught.
        We said our goodbyes to Mike and Karen at around 8:30 …

        Blue Blue Crater Lake

        A travel blog entry by lastrick on Jun 05, 2015

        1 comment, 27 photos

        ... of how it was formed is fascinating. Plus, there are numerous spots around the lake for viewing. During the summer, there is a boat that takes you around the lake. We did that years ago and it's worth taking. It was not offered when we were there this time.

        Go see this place.

        Steve and Kim


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