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Opal Lake Campground is located approximately 42 miles southeast of Oakridge at an elevation of 5,400 feet. This campground has 1 site with a table and a fire ring. Toilets are available but there is no potable water.

This single unit campground located in a beautiful alpine setting on the edge of Opal Lake is ideal for campers wanting solitude. The campsite is in a forest of silver, grand and noble fir. Huckleberries are abundant giving visitors a quick snack in the fall. The lake is easily accessible by a short trail. The mosquito population is very thick in July and August.

Directions: From Oakridge: Follow Hwy. 58 east 2 miles to Kitson Springs Road. Proceed on Kitson Springs Road for 0.5 miles to FS road 21. Follow FS road 21 for 32 miles to FS road 2154. Continue on FS road 2154 for 9 miles to Opal Lake Campground. Park at the trailhead and hike 0.3 miles to the Opal Lake and Campground.

Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: Early July-Late October (May be open offseason, but without managed services.)

Facility Type: Campground

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