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Hart-Tish is a well developed and popular recreation area with an extensive day use area, a boat ramp and a small campground. The camping area has three walk-in tent sites and a parking area for self-contained RVs.

Activities and points of interest include; swimming, hiking, windsurfing, boating, picnicking and fishing (there is a fish cleaning station on-site). Hart-Tish park is one of the few Forest Service parks with several acres of beautifully groomed lawn sloping down to the water’s edge. From Hart-Tish one can look south across the lake to the peaks of the majestic Red Butte Wilderness. Facilities include piped water, flush toilets, three tent sites, seven RV sites, and three picnic sites.

The boat ramp is usable until the lake drops below 1928 feet (above sea-level) or when the facility is closed for winter.

Directions: From Ruch: Travel south on County Road 859, Upper Applegate Road, for 16 miles to the campground.

Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: Late April-September (Campground may be open beyond these dates with limited services available.)

Facility Type: Campground

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