Barnett Resorts, LLC dba Osprey Point RV Resort
Open November 1 to April 30th
If you’d like to spend your time away from home enjoying beautiful rugged scenery, water sports on lakes and streams, dune beaches on the Pacific coastline, or just relaxing and enjoying the many amenities at a resort, then Barnett Resorts' Osprey Point RV Resort is the destination for you. This resort is located on Ten mile Lake, the premier bass fishing lake in Oregon. Coho salmon, steelhead, large mouth bass, bluegill, black crappie, brown bullheads, and rainbow trout are just some of the varieties that you can expect to be putting on your stringer. If you want to see the Pacific Northwest as you’ve always imagined it, take a scenic drive along the coastline on nearby Highway 101. It stretches for 400 miles along the Oregon coast, but just an hour’s drive to the north will put you in Florence, where the rocky shoreline softens into big sandy beaches. In some places between the town and the ocean, the sand dunes are as tall as 300 feet. Drive into the preserved Old Town area of Florence to visit the shops and historic buildings, seafood markets, and Hecata Head Lighthouse and Sea Lion Caves, the only known inland shelter for sea lions in the nation. If you want to try your luck fishing, you can charter a fishing excursion at the harbor. Also, you can get a close-up view of, and even a slide down, the spectacular range of mountainous sand dunes in the nearby Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. Next to the Recreation Area is the Umpqua Lighthouse State Park with 2.5 miles of shoreline and some sand dunes that are as tall as 500 feet. Even though its not open to the public, you can see the lighthouse with its red beacon that can be seen for as far away as 20 miles. Heading south, you’ll find the state’s most productive sport-fishing harbors at Reedsport and Winchester Bay.
High-Use Seasonal Period: June 1through September 30
Sites: 132 Full / 15 Partial
Maximum Electrical: 50 amps
Maximum RV Length: 65 ft.
Check in: 1 PM Check out: 11 AM
For expanded driving directions click on directions link in resort callout.
Directions: Take either junction into Lakeside, cross the railroad tracks and proceed to the 4 way stop. Turn left onto North Lake Road, park is 1/2 mile down on the right.