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Slide Lake is a secluded high mountain lake 15 miles from Paisley, at 5,980 feet elevation. Accommodations include three campsites with rock fire rings. The campsites are located at the trailhead and at the lake. Recreation opportunities include fishing for trout and bird watching. The campground also features the Slide Lake Trail. This trail accesses Slide Lake for fishing and picnicking opportunities. The trail follows an abandoned road for most of its length. Some views of the geologically interesting collapsed face of Slide Mountain are offered.

Directions: From Paisley: Travel southwest on Mill Street until it becomes Forest Road 3315 at the "Y" intersection. Stay to the right and continue on Forest Road 3315 for approximately 6 miles to junction with FS Rd. 3360. Take Rd. 3360 north for approximately 9 miles. Slide Lake trailhead sign on the west side of the road. A small parking area is available. From the parking area walk SW for approximately 3/8 of a mile on the trail to arrive on the shore of Slide Lake.

Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: Mid-May-Mid-October

Facility Type: Lake

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