At Warm Lake Lodge, every guest reservation is both important and special to us. We thank you for your interest and desire to visit us! Please check our availability to reserve your cabin today!
Payment & Cancellations
The full amount of your stay will be required upon making your reservation. Lodging reservations for special events such as wedding and family reunion groups will require a 100% deposit. One-night stays also require a 100% deposit.
There is a minimum 2-night stay for weekends.
If your travel plans change and you must cancel your reservation, the following will apply:
Cancellations made 30 days prior to your arrival date will not be charged a cancellation fee.
Cancellations made after 30 days, but 7 days prior to your arrival, will be charged a 20% cancellation fee.
Cancellations made after 7 days prior to your arrival, will be charged a 1-night stay per cabin reservation.
We ask you to take responsibility for your reservation with us. All cancellations must be made by speaking to one of our staff by telephone. A telephone message will not be permissible for cancellations. Cancellations by email, must be confirmed by an email response.
Check-In & Check-Out
Check-in: 3 pm – 9:00 pm. If arriving outside of check-in times, please call to make arrangements.
Check-out: 11:00 am.
Linens and towels are provided. Daily maid services are not provided during your stay with us.
Public showers are included with cabin reservations.
Public showers are available for campers, general public, and day use guests for a $5 fee per person due to Warm Lake water district limitations. Please check with front desk for shower fee and key.
There is a 5-mph speed limit for all motorized vehicles within the permitted Warm Lake Lodge & Resort area. This is not only a courtesy to our guests, but a safety concern. This is a family-friendly resort with children in the area. Excessive warnings will result in you being asked to leave regardless of circumstance. Please be responsible.
Cooking is only allowed in units with kitchen facilities.
Campfires are allowed in designated fire ring pits only during non-fire restrictions set by the USDA Forest Service. Please be responsible!
There are no televisions, telephones, or cell service in the area. You’ll thank us later!
No smokinginside any cabin or lodge. Guests will be subject to a minimum $250.00 cleaning fee for violation of this policy.
No lifegaurd on duty. Please be safe and children must be accompanied by an adult always near the lake.
Person(s) renting anything water related must always where a lifejacket. No exceptions.
Each cabin has a guest occupancy. With permission, one additional person may be allowed with a $10 fee per night and not to exceed that additional (1) person.
RVs and tents are allowed in the permitted campground area only. No RVs or tents will be allowed outside the permitted campground area. No motor homes or 5thwheel trailers are allowed. Our campground is located approximately 100 yds. from the shore of Warm Lake and down the dirt road north of the cabins. These are dry campsites with no hookups. Portable toilets are available.
Pet Policy (2 parts)
Lodge & Cabin Guest: There is a no pet policy inside cabins and lodge during your stay. Since we love pets too, we will welcome pets on the property; however, all pets must be supervised and on a leash always. Violation of our pet policy will be subject to a fine of $50.00 per night, per pet, and to include a special cleaning fee of up to $250.00. An additional fine for damages by your pet will be determined on a case by case basis. If your pet is brought with you during your stay, it must be kenneled safely inside your vehicle. Aggressive pets or excessive barking will not be tolerated. Please arrange boarding for your pet prior to your stay with us.
Campground Guest: Pets are allowed for our guests in the campground. Pets must be on a leash and campers will be responsible for cleaning up after them.
Warm Lake Lodge & Resort takes every effort to ensure your convenience and comfort; however, it is not our responsibility for utility outages, wildlife, smoke, USDA Forest Service restrictions, or circumstances which may be unique to the setting.