Rocky Point Resort campground is located in Oregon on the shores of Upper Klamath Lake within Winema National Forest and features a mix of RV and tent camping in addition to cabins. Many of the campsites at Rocky Point Resort are located directly adjacent to the lake and are within close proximity to the boat ramps and the onsite store and restaurant.

Rocky Point Resort campground is a private campground owned and operated on by the Odd Fellows Society of Oregon on land leased from the National Forest Service. There are 30 campsites at Rocky Point Resort; including 5 tent only campsites, 13 campsites with full RV hookups, and 12 campsites with partial RV hookups. Each campsite has a fire ring and access to bathrooms and drinking water.The campground is largely surrounded on 3 sides by ponderosa pines and provides great boating and fishing opportunities.

Rocky Point Resort Campground – Bottom Line

While we usually do not prefer private campgrounds, Rocky Point Resort campground is one of the better ones, and it is technically within Winema National Forest, so we made an exception. If you are looking for lakeside camping in Southern Oregon, but do not care if the campsites are private or secluded, then Rocky Point Resort is a fine choice. Upper Klamath Lake is huge, and is connected to the Klamath Lake and Agency Lake, so the boating and fishing opportunities are virtually endless. The campground has a dock and a boat ramp for launching boats directly within the campground, which is convenient, but causes there to be lots of bustle and noise around the campground.

Overall the campsites at Rocky Point Resort are pretty small and close together but some of the campsites are pretty bad, including those that are near the store and restaurant’s parking lot, or those that are located near the full pumps and tanks by the dock. The cost for camping at Rocky Point Resort is all over the place too, and seems to really nickel and dime people. For example, a tent campsite is $22/night for 2 people and one vehicle, each additional person is $2/night. Got dogs? That will be an additional $2/dog per night. More than one vehicle? $5/day per vehicle, and the vehicle must be parked in the main parking lot.

The best campsites are 20, 23, 25, 26, 32, 33, and 34. The campsites to avoid are 1-6, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22. While Rocky Point Resort Campground is not bad, we would likely go to one of the many other nearby campgrounds in the Southern Oregon for more privacy and a better camping experience.

Rocky Point Resort Campground Features

Campground Type: Organized
Number of Campsites: 30 Campsites
Cost: $35/Night
Use Level: Medium
Dogs Allowed: Yes ($2/dog/night)
Fire Rings: Yes
Drinking Water: Yes
Toilets: Yes
Showers: No
Trash/Dumpsters: Yes
Hiking Access: No
Beach/Lake Access: Yes
RV/Trailer Length: 25 feet
RV/Trailer Amenities: Some campsites have full hookups, others have partial hookups
Cell Phone Service: None
Wifi: None
Operating Season: April 1st – November 1st
Other: 50% advance deposit is required. It is
refundable with 14 days written or fax notice of reservation cancellation.
No Refund for Early Departure

Getting There

Address: 28121 Rocky Point Rd
Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601
Geo Coordinates: 42.479781,-122.086784
Nearest City/Town: Klamath Falls, Oregon
Location: Klamath County, Oregon
Paved Road Access: Yes
Proximity to Stores: Store Onsite at Rocky Point Resort
Directions: Rocky Point Resort is located 3 miles north of Oregon Highway 140 on Rocky Point Road.


Phone: 541-356-2287  
Web: Rocky Point Resort  
Reservations: 541-356-2287

When To Go

May-June – While the campground opens in April, there is still the chance of a rogue snow storm. After June the bugs get pretty bad in this area.

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Rocky Point Resort Campground Pictures

Image Credits: Justin Wilson

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  1. Thank you for your detailed information on so many campgrounds – it’s very helpful. I know it took a lot of time to gather so much information. Really appreciate the camp site space/pictures and recommendations. We are just getting into RV camping and appreciate knowing about the places we are considering.


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