About Union Creek Resort
Union Creek Resort offers guests something simple: a rustic, comfortable stay in a spectacular setting. Get away from it all with a relaxing, authentic cabin stay amongst towering old growth forests, winding trails, rippling creeks, roaring rivers, and lively wildlife. Just minutes from Crater Lake National Park, you’ll find the best of simple comfort, modern conveniences, quality dining, and the great outdoors at the historic Union Creek Resort, built in 1922 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
We take pride in offering visitors more than just a Crater Lake motel or hotel, but instead a complete destination experience with adventure, activities, and amenities for any season. Situated on Highway 62 between Prospect, Oregon, and Crater Lake – and between Union Creek and the Wild & Scenic Rogue River – Union Creek Resort is an ideal location for a variety of memorable endeavors.
Get Comfortable While Staying in the Rogue River National Forest.
Our fun and homey cabins, vacation rentals, and lodge rooms are brimming with country charm and modern amenities. We are continually updating and renovating our accommodations with your comfort as our top priority. Enjoy the rustic touches of log-style bedframes and bunk beds, new country bedding, rich wood flooring and furniture, newly finished bathrooms, and clean, stocked kitchens in the cabins. Plus – on cool evenings you can enjoy a warm campfire just outside your front door.
The Resort is an ideal getaway for groups, retreats, family reunions, weddings and wedding receptions, business meetings, and other special, unforgettable events. We offer 23 different unique cabins and vacation rentals, and nine Lodge rooms.
Enjoy the outdoors.
It’s Crater Lake lodging at its finest, with stunning views and experiences at Oregon’s only national park just 23 miles away. But even closer are endless outdoor activities – take a hike along the spirited Union Creek on one of several trails that lead directly from our front doors in the Rogue River National Forest. Visit cascading waterfalls in any direction. See the powerful and impressive Rogue River Gorge just steps away.
Union Creek Resort has the unique pleasure of sitting right between Union Creek and the Wild & Scenic Rogue River. The Rogue River National Forest boasts old growth forests filled with 700-year-old Douglas Firs.
The possibilities are limitless, from mountain biking, swimming, fishing, picnicking, and horseshoes to snowshoeing, cross country skiing, sledding and snowmobiling in the winter months. Our Country Store rents bikes, fishing poles and tackle, cross country skis, snowshoes, and other outdoor equipment year-round.
Warm Weather Activities
- Fishing (fishing licenses available at the Country Store)
- Bird Watching
- Mountain Biking
- ATV/Quad/Motorcycle Riding
- Cross Country Skiing
A Rich Heritage
A favorite of such notable guests as Zane Grey, Jack London, and U.S. President Herbert Hoover, Union Creek Resort was built on the Crater Lake Trail used by pioneers crossing the Cascade Mountains in search of a better life. Because of our unique, quality accommodations so close to Crater Lake and other diverse outdoor activities, we continue to host well-known, dignified guests from across the world.
Our lodge and several cabins were originally built by James Grieve in 1922, while competitor Ed Beckelhymer built Beckie’s Café and other facilities in 1926. Eventually all of the buildings, along with U.S. Forest Service cabins, were consolidated into Union Creek Resort which is operated under a Forest Service permit.
In 1937, a fire burned down Beckie’s Café and the Lodge, leaving only a petrified wood fireplace surround in the Lodge. Both buildings were rebuilt a year later and still features that original petrified wood fireplace in the facility’s fireside library.
Our namesake, Union Creek, was named after Union Peak in Crater Lake National Park. The 15-mile long Union Creek tributary of the Rogue River begins near Rocktop Butte and flows north, supporting brook, cutthroat, rainbow and brown trout. In 1865, a new wagon road was cleared in an effort to link Fort Klamath with Jacksonville via the valleys of the Wood River, Union Creek, and Rogue River.