Cabin Rentals at Wallowa Lake
Cabin Rentals at Wallowa Lake rents charming, comfortable cabins. Situated at the south end of Wallowa Lake. Each cabin is named after one of the beautiful lakes in the Eagle Cap Wilderness.
We offer cabins in several locations. While none of our cabins are far from the river, some are so close to the wonderful sound of it rushing past, it will lull you to sleep. Our vacation rental cabins are a great place to enjoy your stay in this beautiful corner of northeast Oregon.
Wallowa Lake is one of Oregon’s Seven Wonders. We invite you to check out each of our cabins and find the one that would be a perfect fit for your visit to Wallowa Lake.
We own and manage all the cabins. We take pride in keeping them well maintained, clean and comfortable for our guests. Our cabins all have linens – sheets, blankets and comforters, bath towels and kitchen towels, well-equipped kitchens, propane BBQs, outside tables and chairs. We have many items available on request. Ask us for cribs, strollers, highchairs, irons, ironing boards, or extra tables.
You will find our kitchens equipped with refrigerator, stove with oven, microwave, coffee maker and toasters, cookware, plates, and silverware. Your family chef needs to bring only the food! We do not provide any food items such as oil, herbs, or flour.
Several of our cabins have large, safe yards for the kids to play in. Unwind and breathe in our fragrant mountain air!
Due to fire danger, no outdoor campfire or propane fire pits allowed.
Included at each cabin are; WIFI, a television with DVD, basic cable and a landline telephone.
The town of Joseph, close to Wallowa Lake, named after Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce Tribe, as is Mount Joseph that majestically stands watch over the beautiful Wallowa Valley
Wallowa County and Wallowa Lake was the summer home to Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce Indians. Many local places, activities, and attractions remember and honor this famous inhabitant of the Wallow a Valley.
The word “Wallowa” is a Nez Perce word for winding waters. The Wallowa River winds its way into Wallowa Lake. The river continues winding its way through the entire Wallowa Valley.
Things to do
Wallowa County offers an almost endless variety of activities that range from:
- Exploring the Eagle Cap Wilderness
- Rafting the Snake River in the Hell’s Canyon National Recreation Area
Checking out the many special and exciting local events. Wallowa County Chamber website.
Learning about our world-famous bronze industry.
Browsing the local delightful art studios.
Shopping in the unique and varied craft and art establishments.
Learning about the local history back when there were real cowboys and Indians.
Wallowa Lake, besides being one of the prettiest places in the world in the middle of “America’s Little Switzerland,” has activities and events for everyone.
Local friendly businesses and residents delight in pleasing visitors in our beautiful corner of northeast Oregon.
There are many options to hike to the high lakes or you may choose to ride horseback to make the trip a lot easier. Wallowa Lake Marina has many water sport rentals. you can rent a slip to store your boat, rent paddle boats, stand-up paddleboards as well as kayaks. Wallowa lake offers world-class Kokanee fishing. There is as well rainbow and lake trout fisheries. You will find several day-use swimming and picnic areas at both ends of Wallowa Lake.
Whether you are a first time or returning visitor, the clear blue lakes, majestic mountains, endless things to see and do, and the friendly people in Wallowa County are sure to captivate you whatever your interests or age.
We take great pride in keeping our cabins well maintained, clean and comfortable for our guests. We love the comments they leave about our cabins, our community and amazing lake we have in our back yard.
“This week has been great! The staff here is AWESOME! Can’t wait to visit again. We are already planning another trip. Thank you for making this a great vacation.”
The B family—Nampa, ID
“We had a wonderful time here! Thanks for the comfortable accommodations. We hope to be back. “
The J. family-Utah
“This cabin is amazing! Clean, cozy, close to everything. We will make this an annual tradition. You have thought of everything.”
The M. family—Kennewick. WA