Blue Lake Resort Has been Family owned and operated for over 40 years. Mr. and Mrs. George Grass passed the reins to their son Jeff in 1996.
The property is nestled between canyon walls down the Coulee Corridor, and at first glance looks like a quaint RV park with waterfront access. We don’t boast to be the best or the most decadent park on the lake, however we have return guests that span 4 generations.
You won’t find a TV in your cabin or even a phone, and our claim is that the area is the Bermuda triangle of cell phone service. Many times family have called the office trying to reach their loved ones, and we are more than happy to accommodate.
The RV sites have been updated with the times, and as a privately held property are always a work in progress. Our cabins were built in the early 40’s. The original buildings had dirt floors and woodstoves for cooking. If you can imagine, those buildings are still being used today (although with regular floors and Gas and electric stoves).
This isn’t a luxury resort, but more of a testament to how the history of camping has evolved throughout the years. We still hang back on the TV’s and telephones. After all, hotels and motels have those, and we are definitely not a hotel or motel. However, we did join the computer age and have installed free WiFi for our guests. We even added online reservations to our Website. (boy howdy!)
Our trailers for rent are just that. They are trailers. Not new. In some cases the older models have been used by our guests generation after generation…and we have been threatened if we remove them… Nobody can mess with childhood memories, and at Blue Lake we help make and preserve them. If you come here after being away for 15 years, you will probably still be remembered.
We look forward to meeting the next generations, as well as our first time guests. Here at Blue Lake Resort you can become a regular quite easily. The wind and crisp lake water grow on you after awhile.
The park is nice, but really showing its age. The grass is dead, the playground leaves something to be desired from my kids, but it was clean and cheap. The 30 amp plug I plugged into was kind of sketchy. The terminals were melted pretty bad. I wish I had taken the time to hook up the water filter.
Loved this campground! They have everything you would need! Large enough sites for RV, nice convenient store on site! Kayak and canoe rentals, plus more! Beautiful area but would recommend going in warmer months.
Our first camping trip 20 years ago was here, not much has changed. The restrooms are fine. There's a boat ramp and and rental boats and small store. If you get a beach front campsite you can beach your boat at your site. The fishing was great. We had power and water. There's a free dump station.