As if that wasn’t enough, the
owners of Whaleshead Beach Resort in Brookings, OR. are proud to now
be offering our Nor’Wester Park Model RV cabins for luxury overnight
comfort and enjoyment, as well as a rental investment. Enjoy the
serene mountain atmosphere while watching the wildlife from your
private covered deck. Each cabin is privately owned, reflecting the
personality of its owner. Well equipped kitchens for full meal
preparation. All linens and towels are supplied. The units sleep
between 2 and 6 people, and feature it’s own private outdoor hot tub.
At 5000’ elevation Hyatt Lake Resort is a prime winter vacation
sanctuary, a winter time snow experience with the comforts of home.
Our 7 passenger Tucker Snow Cat along with giving scenic tours, also
grooms miles of winter play trails. Whether you cross country ski,
snow-shoe, or snowmobile we have what your looking you!
An abundance of summertime activities make Hyatt Lake Resort an ideal
destination. The Resort offers a store, boat launch and moorage,
as well as boat rentals including 8 person pontoon boats. Shower and
laundry facilities are on site. Sit in the picnic area and watch the
kids swim, or relax by the lake with an ice cream cone. A short
distance from the Pacific Crest Trail that runs from Mexico to Canada
would make any hikers day. For mushroom hunters the Hyatt lake area is
good in spring and fall for two different kinds of mushrooms.
Let Hyatt Lake Resort help plan your next mountain vacation, whether
it be in the summer during fishing season or during the winter for all
you snow time activities. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will
help you plan a vacation your family will look forward to for years to
You can reach Hyatt Lake by taking Hwy. 62 out of Medford, turn right
on Hwy. 140, turn right on Hwy. 37, at the end of Hwy. 37 turn right
on Dead Indian Memorial Hwy. When you see the Howard Prairie turnoff
on the left take it. You will drive right past Howard Prairie and
continue another few miles on the same road to reach Hyatt Lake.
Another way to reach Hyatt Lake is to take Hwy. 66 out of Ashland past
Emigrant Lake about 19 miles to the Hyatt Lake turnoff on the left.
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