Williamson River Retreat

On the WilliamsonKitchenKitchen TableRight side of KitchenLiving RoomOther side of Living roomMaster BedroomBathWasher and dryer
Chiloquin, OR 97624

Overview

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 4
Per night $90 - $100
Per week $550
Type: Home
Description of the Chiloquin vacation home rental
This is a very comfortable, nicely furnished mobile home on the banks of the Williamson River. The Williamson is famous for its trophy trout. Fish for trout, steelhead or salmon from the yard. Or, just sit at the bank of the river, relax and read a book. Watch the fish, beaver, otter, ducks and geese and other birds as they
travel the river. View all this through the 4 bay windows at the kitchen table or from the outside deck.

Bob Evans

Area Info
Sportsmans paradise.
Hunt,fish, raft, hike, bird watching,
Drive to Crater Lake in less than an hour.
Visit Collier State Park and Logging Museum.
Explore Chiloquin and Klamath Falls.
See the Klamath Indian Tribal Headquarters.
Kla-Mo-Ya Casino is less than 5 miles.
Klamath Falls is only 30 miles away
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Jan 21 2014 Jan 01 2015 $90 $100 $550 - -
Lodging tax: 8
Deposits: $150.00 Rental $150.00 Damage and cleaning. $75.00 may be refundable
Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check, Personal Check
Other Fees: Rate is for 4 persons. An additional $15.00 per night for each additional person including children.
Reviews for this vacation home rental in Chiloquin, Oregon
giri

giri

Santa Clara, CA USA

great place,well kept, a bit expensive

July 9, 2008

We stayed here williamsonriverretreat for the 4th's. The place is very well kept with state of the art appliances and the pantry is stocked. We were delighted to be right next to the river, you can drive a small boat/canoe on the river all the way into klamath lake, we didn't. We visited Crater lake which was just 40 minutes from the house. The next morning we found our breakfast made to order and waiting. The place also has jaccuzzis and saunas and a working fireplace. It was truly a break from the ordinary. It cost us around $200 a day and we only stayed there from Sat morning to Sun morning, so it turned out to be a bit expensive for us.

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