WELCOME TO EAST LAKE RESORT – “The Unique Oregon Experience”
In 1915, East Lake Resort opened its doors on the shores of East Lake in the caldera of Newberry Volcano – the largest volcano in the Cascade Range. Rebuilt in 1942, our current resort is a full service facility 45 miles southeast of Bend, Oregon. Our remoteness gives you the chance to unplug and unwind in the heart of one of Central Oregon’s most scenic regions.
Classic cabins, tent sites, RV sites and watercraft (from paddle boards to pontoons and fishing boats) are available for rent. The Blue Duck Grill provides a relaxing atmosphere for a pub style meal. The on-site general store and tackle shop will take care of your last minute camping and fishing needs. The gift shop gives guests an opportunity to shop for a unique gift or clothing item.
The 1050 acre lake, at 6,400 feet altitude, is known as one of the finest lake fisheries in Oregon as featured in BestFishingInAmerica.com. Brown Trout, Kokanee, and Rainbow Trout are available for harvest throughout the season. For an up to date fishing report look to our friends at Fly and Field in Bend.
Bruce Bronson and Rob and Sandy Morrison have owned the resort since March 2014 and welcome you to spend a few hours or few days enjoying the unique Oregon experience.
**Please scroll down for recent news updates!**
East Lake Resort is CLOSED for the Winter
December 27, 2018
***Reservations for the 2019 season will open up on January 1, 2019! You may reserve cabins, RV sites and tent sites for the 2019 season (24 May through 29 September) on our website or by phone at (541)-536-2230. We look forward to seeing you in 2019!***
East Lake Resort is now closed for the Winter but will re-open for business on May 24th, 2019. The county controlled gate at “Ten Mile Snow Park” is now locked and thereafter motorized access to Paulina and East Lakes is restricted. Paulina Lake Road is currently CLOSED.
For Road updates go to https://www.deschutes.org/road/page/news-project-info-and-closures.
Although the road will remain closed until early May, 2019, fishing remains open year round on East Lake.