Delintment Lake Campground
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A forest of large ponderosa pine and a large blue lake provide a beautiful campground setting. Delintment Lake is stocked with trout, providing good fishing for bank and boat fishermen. The fishing dock is barrier free as are three toilets and five campsites.
Other activities for summer campers include hiking, swimming, boating, wildlife viewing, and enjoying a relaxing trip in a superb setting.
A group/individual picnic area on the lake with tables and grills is located at the far end of the campground. It is available for use on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Facilities include: tables, fire pits, vault toilets, level parking spur or tent site, and a boat ramp.
Directions: From Prineville: Take Highway 380 southeast of Prineville towards Paulina to County Road 112. Travel County Road 112 (approximately 21 miles) to County Road 318 (Weberg Road). Go right on Road 318 and go approximately 6 miles to County Road 69, then 2.5 miles to Forest Road #41. Travel approximately 10 miles on forest Road #41. Well Signed.From Burns: Go north on County Road 127. Travel 12 miles to Forest Road #41. Left on Forest Road #41 for 26.5 miles to junction, turn left an follow signs for 5 miles to campground.
Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Mid-May-Mid-September (Campground may be accessible beyond these dates, with limited services.)
Facility Type: Campground
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