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The Harr Point Campground is on the east shore of Applegate Lake and accessible by boat and trail only. Persons accessing this site by boat may find current information about lake levels helpful.

Activities include hiking and fishing. This is a semiprimative site with five tent sites and no drinking water or garbage service. Please remember to pack your drinking water in and to pack your garbage out. The site remains open with reduced maintenance from November through mid-May.

Directions: From Ruch: Travel south on County Road 859, Upper Applegate Road, for about 15 miles to Applegate Lake and turn left on County Road 959 (traveling across the dam). Continue along Road 959 about 3 miles and turn right on to Forest Service Road 100. Continue about one half mile along Road 100 to Squaw Arm Parking Area. Hike about one quarter mile west along Payette Trail to the campground.

Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: Late May-September (The campground remains open with reduced maintenance from November through mid-May.)

Facility Type: Campground

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