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Lost Resort at Lake Ozette

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Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 21 February 2017

We chose the Lost Resort for its proximity to the Ozette Triangle trailhead, and the cheaper prices during low season and were not disappointed. To anyone complaining about the amenities, remember this is a campground and not a hotel! The cabin was clean and well appointed with a table and chairs for your stay, as well as a 5-gallon water...

1Thank wanderlust_liz
Port Hadlock, Washington
Reviewed 4 September 2016

Stayed in one of three sleeping cabins. Well built and insulated with electric stove and 3 beds. No running water or bathroom but flush toilet and port potties nearby. Picnic table in front yard with a fire pit. Cooking done outside. Friendly people, lots of local wildlife. Beautiful quiet forest setting and cabins set far enough apart for privacy. Picked...

Thank sailbabe123
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 21 April 2016

Our goal was to hike the Ozette boardwalk triangle trail to the coast, and not being the camping type I decided to rent a cabin at this resort. We were early in the season and the only people staying at that time. So it was quiet. A bit too quiet for me, but I managed. The cabin is heated, and...

Thank Laurel Z
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 17 August 2015 via mobile

There are three cabins around in the back, each with a double bed and twin bunk-beds, plus a chair and a table with a chair, and an electric fire heater. On the beds are sheets and pillows with pillowcases but no blankets. Each cabin has a porch with a large water container, and on the grass in front of each...

4Thank mvc1970
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 13 August 2015

There were 4 of us who drove up to Lost Resort from P'land, Oregon. Our goal was to kayak and hike, spot wild life, relax, We stayed in one of the cabins. The beds were fine ( 4 beds in one cabin).However the cleaning product that were used left a strong scent that permeated the cabin. We stripped the beds...

Thank lleegalaxy
Bremerton, Washington
Reviewed 22 July 2015

The hiking trails starting from Lake Ozette are well maintained and worth the drive. We decided on the Lost Resort after viewing the national park campground (which looked like a jungle). Lost Resort looks nice and well-maintained. We spent 2 nights camping in our small trailer. You pay at the store, $20/night, then can pick any spot you like. There...

1Thank jryon
Everett, Washington
Reviewed 11 July 2015

This is a camping resort and it exemplifies this concept. This is rustic camping folks. The three cabins do not have bathrooms but are well maintained. The campsites are exquisite and well manicured. The general store on site serves beer in ice cold mugs. The food served is pretty good too. It is close to the Ozette trailheads out to...

3Thank Tonasket98
Reviewed 9 July 2015

Lost Resort owner has a very nice campground and cabins the grounds are clean and well kept with attention to detail. The owner also has a refreshing espresso stand and breakfast lunch and dinner menu/convenience store. The best feature was the direct communication style that the owner has. My wife and I had a fabulous experience at Lost Resort on...

Thank Misty S
Victoria, Canada
Reviewed 18 November 2014

We stayed in the cabins for 2 nights and we had a great time.The location was close to the Ozette Trail. Rob, the host was a great resource for questions on the trails and was aware of us returning late from the hike and ready to call park rangers to find us if we didn't show up by 18:00. Outstanding...

Thank Mike H
Starksboro, Vermont
Reviewed 17 September 2014

We weren't camping but were starving and wanted a good cup of coffee. This fit the bill nicely and the general store part of the business was extremely impressive in terms of range of items ... quite the beer selection!

Thank pegpurdy

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Additional Information about Lost Resort at Lake Ozette

Address: 20860 Hoko Ozette Rd, Clallam Bay, WA 98326-9720
Region: United States > Washington > Clallam Bay
Number of rooms: 30
Also Known As:
Lost Resort At Lake Ozette Hotel Clallam Bay
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“Cabin #3 is closest to flush toilet with short walk on path”
sailbabe123, 4 Sep 2016 | Read review
“WE liked the cabins. Just wish the " shared comfort station" wasn't a smelly port a potty without hand sanitizer”
lleegalaxy, 12 Aug 2015 | Read review
“Bring your own food, and if you see firewood that other campers left behind after they went home, grab it early before the owner collects and resells it.”
Vancitycamper, 5 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Cabin 3 has more privacy. No room has an individual bathroom.”
842alanf842, 18 Jul 2013 | Read review
“If the loop for campsites is a clock with the general store at 4:00, go counterclockwise to anywhere from 11:00 to 9:00. They are the furthest from the store/showers and the outhouses, so if that's a consideration, stay closer in, but I liked the wooded seclusion of these sites.”
Girl_Honu, 19 Jun 2012 | Read review
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