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This park was a perfect setting in the Umpqua Forest for a quiet getaway. I is also near several tours sites including Thundering Waters, John Dellenback Bike Trail, and Crater Lake. We loved our stay here and recommend it highly if you are not fussy...More
Which, of coarse, they had zero control over. I found the office staff to be very nice and accommodating, even offering to let us pay by the day since the smoke from all the fires was so terrible. Because of the smoke, we actually ended...More
Phil came pounding on our door at 8am and was mad as hell we parked in other direction trying to get it best for sleeping.
Nowhere in the 4 page handout did it say was not allowed.
Phil continued to harass us threatening to call...More
Stopped here for a couple of days after we were kicked out of another park due to fire danger. Check in staff seemed snooty, commenting on RV not parked quite straight, and getting on another customer for driving on the gravel. They were just not...More
We had no issues over the three nights we stayed. Yes, there were mosquitos, but location wooded and right near Diamond Lake, we were not surprised. We had an escort to our site and saw them help others if they had to back in. Nellie...More
Diamond Lake RV Park is a great park in a beautiful setting. We have full hook up sites. Big rig friendly. Our rates are based on two people. We have all visitors check in at the office for the security and safety of our guests. Our facilities are for our guests use only. We work hard to make everyone's stay enjoyable. Kids are welcome. We do charge for extra vehicles that our guests may have or cars coming to visit our guests. We provide extra parking for all extra cars. Our sites are woodsy. We like to say our park is set up like camping in the woods with full hook ups. We are a privately owned park. No tents, as we do not compete with the Forest Service campgrounds around the lake.