Recent ownership change in 2010 brought in a new "camp host". Sue Newton lives there and is acting manager. She is terrifically unfriendly. Sans Sue - this property is excellent, clean and quiet. I have been to Rocky Point five times for Duck Hunting. I am a creature of habit and could have been a life-long customer. My tenure lasted five visits. My 2010 & 2011 visits were marked by decidedly unfriendly encounters with Sue. When I shared my frustration with her lack of courtesy toward her customers, she went on the defensive and accused me of being frustrated because told me to chain up my dog. I don't have a dog. Not knowing me she thought I was a part of an entirely different group. Incredibly, I told her "THIS" was attitude was the reason I was frustrated. She did not apologize for the accusation. When I checked out in the morning she did not thank me for staying. Awkward lady.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on the spring fed waters of Upper Klamath Lake, Rocky Point Resort offers access to one of the nations best native trout fisheries. Fish average 3-7lbs with fish over 10lbs caught regularly. From bait to fly's this is a true fisherman's paradise. Nestled in the Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge birding opportunities are endless with over 260 species that inhabit the waterways of this freshwater marsh. With over 9 miles of canoe trail, days can be spent navigating one of Southern Oregon's best kept secrets. We have cabins, motel rooms, RV and tent sites to accommodate all walks of the outdoor enthusiast community. Food is available at our dinner house restaurant with beautiful views overlooking the bay. Come stay with us for fishing and birding memories that will last a lifetime. ... more less