Lodge located on the shores of East Lake.
We stayed in Site # 16 which backed up to the hill in the Deschutes National Forrest. The resort and lake is across the street. It's a big lake with good fishing. The restaurant food was just ok and a little pricey. You might get lucky at the restaurant and get cell service but I did not, some are luckier. We had deer out back, pikas & pretty yellow birds with redheads.
Caught some Kokanee had someone in the campground with a smoker he gave us a smoked Kokanee.
It was cold several days & nights it graupeled on us several times, never saw graupel before.
There was an area not open yet which is where we would have launched the kayak they were clearing it out after the winter.
We went to the big Obsidion Flow is down the road it was cool to go hike on it, Lava that looks like black glass.
Another very popular resort, this one is on the shores of East Lake. Rustic cabins built between the 1940s and 1960s, but quaint and cozy, most with toilets and showers and close to the shoreline. Prices vary between cabins.
A boat launch is available. Nice beach to put in for kayaks, sups. Cafe at the small lodge with good food and snacks plus a general store for supplies. RV spots available across the road.
Another beautiful location to use as a base to explore throughout Paulina/East lake area. Very popular in the summer.