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OR: Loon Lake Lodge ads more yurts

REEDSPORT, Ore. — Adventure travelers today are looking for new ways to escape on vacation to recharge, unwind, decompress and focus on family, fun and good friends. And while on their “Escapation,” many are seeking out new “glamping” opportunities such as staying in a yurt at in the gorgeous Oregon coast range at Loon Lake Lodge and RV Resort in Reedsport. The yurts at Loon Lake Lodge are one of the resorts most popular lodging options, and because of the increased popularity of “glamping,” the lodge has added four brand new fully-furnished yurts for the summer season. Loon Lake’s yurts are great for camping, but are not as rustic as tents. They are furnished with a trundle bed that can be made up as a sofa, two twins pushed together to sleep side-by-side or as a twin bunk bed. Each of the new yurts sleeps four and includes a countertop refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot and bed linens. The “yurt” style dwelling has been known as a sturdy, comfortable shelter used by central Asian nomads for centuries. The new turts at Loon Lake Lodge offer state-of-the-art structural integrity and design while maintaining a close link to the ancient history of the turt. With an appealing combination of comfort and affordability, yurts are the choice of vacationers looking to have fun in the Oregon coast range and stay in a budget, the release noted. Another aspect of Loon Lake’s new yurts that makes them attractive to guests is that they’re eco-friendly. For as long as yurts have been in existence, they’ve been known for the minimum impacts they place on the land, and are considered a practical yet sustainable camping option. With modern construction based on ancient designs, these yurts allow environmentally conscious guests to experience the natural beauty of the Oregon coast range while remaining true to their green lifestyles, the release explained. At Loon Lake Lodge, visitors begin each day looking out at Oregon’s dramatic coastal mountains, which block winds coming off the Pacific Ocean to provide smooth water for recreation such as boating and fishing on the glistening lake. Breakfast cooked in Loon Lake Lodge’s many cabins, large waterfront house, RV sites or outdoors at the tent camping spaces or yurts always tastes better when the scent of fresh Douglas Firs mixes with a generous plate of a favorite morning meal, the release noted. Then choose to hike the ... Read More »

S.C.: Committee tables RV proposal

(June 21, 2017) -- A proposal to open the City of Isle of Palms’s municipal parking lot to RVs looking for a place to park overnight in the off-season was left hanging once again last Thursday. Read More »

Orangewood Shadows earns Arizona ARVC award

(June 21, 2017) -- "We were thrilled to receive this award,” said Teresa Buettner, general manager of the 474-site, family owned, 55-and-over park, which features approximately 800 orange, grapefruit and lemon trees, whose fruit guests are welcome to pick. Read More »