Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort

Mt. Hood + Clackamas River Area, Oregon

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Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort

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  • View of Mount Hood (11,250') and Lost Lake from the day-use area.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Lost Lake boat ramp area.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • View of Lost Lake from the resort.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Campground restroom facilities.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Lakeshore campsite.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Lakeshore campsite.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Lakeshore campsite.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Lost Lake Lakeshore Trail adjacent to campground.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Lakeshore campsite.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • - Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Typical campsite.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • - Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Lost Lake Resort Lodge.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Lost Lake Resort cabins.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Lost Lake Resort cabin interior.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Lost Lake Resort cabins.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
  • Lost Lake Resort cabins.- Lost Lake Campground at Lost Lake Resort
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Lots of capacity. Proximity to Lost Lake. Large campsites.
Cons: 
No reservations for tent and RV sites. Heavily used.
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Region:
Mt. Hood + Clackamas River Area, OR
Managed by: 
Lost Lake Resort + Mount Hood National Forest
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Reservation phone number: 
541.386.6366
Reservations possible: 
Yes
Current Local Weather:
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Located on the east shore of Lost Lake, Lost Lake Resort and Campground is one of the oldest privately run campgrounds in Oregon.  The Campground itself is quite large, totaling roughly 125 campsites.  All very well maintained, spacious and more private than many campgrounds, particularly the six walk-in campsites that are located along the lake’s shore.  This privacy is critical when the crowds arrive during the summer months.  Although some of the sites are designated as RV sites, there are no electric or potable water hook-ups at any of the sites.  In addition to the large campground, the resort also rents seven very rustic cabins, rooms at the lodge, a general store, a horse campground and a secluded Organization Camp that is perfect for large group retreats.

The campground is a great spot for canoeing and fishing, and there are several hikes to choose from.  The Lost Lake Lakeshore Trail leads around the lake while the Old Growth Trail makes its way through the campground.  Those looking to stretch their legs and explore the area a little further may want to consider a hike up to Lost Butte (4,468').

Note:  The RV designated sites have no electrical or potable water hook-ups.

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