Located on the northwest shores of Upper Klamath Lake at the Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge, Rocky Point Resort came into existence in the early 1900's as a jumping off point to Crater Lake National Park
. The resort sits in a lovely wooded setting on the eastern edge of the Cascades looking out over Upper Klamath Lake. Popular with campers, boaters, bird watchers and wildlife enthusiasts, the resort offers tent and RV sites, cabins, rooms with private baths, boat and canoe rentals. The Restaurant/Lounge offers a lake view from all tables and is one of the most popular in the area.
Upper Klamath Lake offers some of the largest rainbow trout found anywhere. 3-6 pound rainbows are common, 8-10 pounders plentiful, with fish to 20 pounds hooked but seldom landed. Rocky Point is minutes away from trails leading into Sky Lakes Wilderness and the Pacific Crest Trail, 45 minutes to Crater Lake National Park.
Autumn is simply spectacular with golden aspens set in towering pines reflecting along the shoreline.