EMERGENCY UPDATE (02/02/2016). Some cabins may be taken offline for any maintenance required by storms.  Intermittent ROAD CLOSURES are common this time of the year. Chain/traction tire control may be required by ODOT at any time. FOR CURRENT INFORMATION CALL Lisa at (541)-482-331 during normal business hours. If necessary call Lisa for information after hours at (541)-535-1143.  For general questions, email hyattlakeresort@gmail.com. For a visual and Hyatt/Greensprings weather, visit the Weather Underground weather station and webcam (courtesy of the excellent Greensprings Restaurant and Lodge just down the road on Rt. 66 where one can get a great breakfast on the way) at  http://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-station/dashboard?ID=KORASHLA21

FISHING IS OPEN! For the first time in many years, fishing season opened early (public campsites and restrooms across lake will remain closed until May). There will be no boat access until May but there will be bank fishing for trout whenever some ice clears. Ice fishing is not adivsed because of the extreme freeze-thaw cycle up here.

Thank you for taking an interest in our Resort. Campers Cove Resort has the good fortune of being located on beautiful mile-high Hyatt Lake in the Southern Oregon Cascade Mountains east of Ashland, Oregon. The high elevation location offers a wide variety of climates and activities, and four real seasons: spring, summer, fall and winter with (no mosquitos or fleas!).

Campers Cove Restaurant (11AM-5PM Thursday to Sunday) and Store (9AM-4PM) are open year-round and offer overnight cabin rentals, full-serve dining, fresh pizza, bar, a small store with some fishing supplies and summer time canoe or kayak rental when the lake is full. THE RESTAURANT CLOSED FOR THE WINTER BUT WILL REOPEN SOON!

Hyatt Lake has great scenery with good forest land and snow capped peaks in view most of the year. The area around Hyatt Lake is filled with deer, eagles, osprey and other wildlife which can often be seen around the lake. Located in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, it is the first U.S. National monument set aside solely for the preservation of biodiversity. With a diverse ecosystem, 200 species of birds are known to exist in the monument including some threatened and endangered species such as the spectacular Great Grey Owl and Peregrine Falcon. The unusual Rough-skinned newt can be spotted by the keen eyed observer. In addition, the Cascade–Siskiyou National Monument is famous for its significant botanical diversity. The range of elevations and diversity of habitat types provides for a spectacular flora that includes many endemics to the immediate Siskiyou crest area such as the exquisite Oregon Lily. The namesake of Hyatt Prairie Lake, Hyatt Prairie, existed as a high prairie with such extreme freeze-thaw cycles that trees were unable to grow, as a result, species of plants that exist at Hyatt are found only in parts of Alaska. During May and June, these conditions make the area a favorite hunting area for those who relish the mushrooms: Morels and Chanterelles.