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Nestled among towering firs and pines in the northern corner of the Bureau of Land Management’s Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, Hyatt Lake Campground is situated at 5000 ft. elevation on Hyatt Lake. The main Hyatt Lake Campground has 54 campsites, ranging from small RV sites to drive-in and walk-in tent sites. Wildcat Primitive Campground has 12 campsites and Horse Camp Equestrian Campground has 5 sites. The main Hyatt Campground features flush toilets and showers, campsites do not have electricity. There are two boat ramps for access to Hyatt Lake.

There are first come –first serve sites as well as reservation campsites. Reservations may be made through the Recreation.gov campground reservation system. Day use and Campsite fees apply. For more information please call (541) 482-2031 or (541) 618-2306.

Directions: Directions: From Interstate 5, take Exit 14 in Ashland, Oregon. Turn on Highway 66 toward Klamath Falls. Follow Highway 66 for 17 miles until you reach the Green Springs Inn. Turn north onto East Hyatt Lake Road. Follow the road for approximately three miles until you reach the Hyatt Lake Recreation Area. Stay to the right on East Hyatt Lake Road.

Seasonal Access: Generally Mid-May-Mid October (Weather Permitting).

Facility Type: Campground

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