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Shelter Cove Resort + Marina

Odell Lake

Southern Oregon Cascades, Oregon

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  • Willamette Pass Ski Resort is visible across Odell Lake from Shelter Cove Resort.- Shelter Cove Resort + Marina
  • The main boat docks at Shelter Cove Resort.- Shelter Cove Resort + Marina
  • The smaller cabins at Shelter Cove Resort.- Shelter Cove Resort + Marina
  • The general store and main office of Shelter Cove Resort.- Shelter Cove Resort + Marina
  • Kokanee Lodge at Shelter Cove Resort.- Shelter Cove Resort + Marina
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Close to Willamette Pass Resort and National Forest trails. Beautiful views of the lake.
Cons: 
Crowded in the summer.
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Region:
Southern Oregon Cascades, OR
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Year round: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Price per night: 
$1-70/night
Sleeps: 
1-4
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ADA/Wheelchair Accessible: 
No
Pet Friendly (allowed inside): 
Yes
Wood Stove: 
No
Electricity: 
Yes
Heating (forced air or radiant): 
Yes
Potable Water: 
Yes
Showers: 
Yes
Firewood Provided: 
No
Kitchen: 
Yes
Outdoor Fire Pit/BBQ: 
No
Lakefront: 
Yes
Internet/Wi-fi: 
Yes
Linens provided: 
Yes

Reservation Information

Managed by: 
Shelter Cove Resort and Marina
Reservation phone number: 
1-800-647-27
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Property Description

Property Description

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Shelter Cove Resort and Marina is nestled in the trees on the western shore of Odell Lake and in the shadow of Willamette Pass Resort. Shelter Cove Resort offers year-round lodging in cabins that range in capacity from 2 to 10 people and a lodge that has four apartments that can sleep six people each. During the summer the resort also provides tent and RV camping. There is a well-stocked general store that serves quality espresso drinks, and the store is a commonly used drop site for through hikers on the Pacific Crest Trail, which passes only a few miles away.

In winter there is a sledding hill and a small, signed network of cross-country ski trails at the resort. In addition, there is direct access by ski to the miles of great trails that lie to the south of Gold Lake Sno-Park. For downhill skiers, Willamette Pass Resort is only a few miles away, and it offers some enjoyable, family friendly skiing in addition to the steepest resort run in Oregon. Their high-speed, six-person lift ensures a day of skiing with virtually no waiting in line. Winter is also the time to go if you want to enjoy the Odell Lake area in relative solitude. Be sure to bring your binoculars to see the large number of wintering waterfowl and resident bald eagles.

In summer many focus on fishing, although there is great access to National Forest hiking trails as well. Most cabins have a personal dock, and the main docks near the general store are expansive. The place fills up with RV and tent campers on summer weekends as well.

The cabins are clean and up to date, and the staff is friendly and helpful. In winter the staff sometimes even keeps a bonfire going on the lakeshore for the guests.

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