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Gold Lake Campground is located approximately 28 miles east of Oakridge at an elevation of 4,800 feet. This campground has 25 sites with trailer space, fire rings and tables. Potable water and toilets are available. There is a recycling center at this campground.

Gold Lake (100 acres, 25′ deep) is a popular recreation site in summer and winter. In the spring and summer, this area abounds with wildflowers and huckleberries.

Directions: From Oakridge: Follow Hwy. 58 east for 28 miles to Gold Lake Road (#500). Follow Gold Lake Road for 2 miles to Gold Lake Campground.

Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: Early June-Late October (May be open offseason, but without managed services.)

Facility Type: Campground

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