Add to My Oregon Road Trip

Just about any place you find on TravelOregon.com can be added to your own Oregon Roadtrippers Account. Find out how.

Get on the road with Roadtrippers

Roadtrippers Logo

We’ve partnered with Roadtrippers to provide a great way to plan a trip around Oregon. So start planning your next road trip to here, there or pretty much anywhere in Oregon.

The Fish Lake Area includes the Fish Lake, Summer, Deadwood, Big Draw and Pederson Snowparks. Trail Information:

Resort Trail – (More Difficult, 9 miles) Fish Lake Snowpark to Lake of the Woods. Needs a good snowpack before useable, ask at the Ranger Station or Resort. The first 1.2 miles is shared with Nordic skiers. Skiers should keep to the right and snowmobiles should reduce speed to 10 mph.

Fish Lake Trail – FS 8(Easy, 8.7 miles) This main trail accesses trails to the west and south of Fish Lake, including a 27 mile loop around Brown Mountain. Follow the orange diamond blazers carefully when this trail is not groomed since it does not travel directly on Forest Road 37 in the North Fork/ Big Elk area.

Robinson Prairie Loop – FS 8(Easy, 6.2 miles) Nice, easy ride with views of Mt. McLoughlin and some good play areas. Makes a loop around Robinson Butte from the Fish Lake Trail.

Robinson Butte Loop – FS 8(More Difficult, 2.0 miles) Short scenic trail with play areas. A 1.3 mile side trail takes you to the Lookout at the top of Robinson Butte.

Brown Mountain Trail – FS 8(Easy, 8.2 miles) A meandering ride along the toe of the south slope of Brown Mountain. Can be used as a loop off of Fish Lake and Daley Prairie Trails.

Dailey Prairie Trail – FS 8(Easy, 3.5 miles) Connects Fish Lake Trail and Brown Mountain Trail to Hyatt Lake/Lake O’Woods Trail. Can be used as an alternate of loop off of Brown Mountain Trail.

Hyatt/Lake O’Woods Trail – FS 8(Easy, 32 miles) Connects Lake of the Woods and Hyatt Lake. South Brown Mountain Shelter is located about 1/4 mile south of the Hyatt/Lake O’Woods Trail via a marked spur trail just a little ways west of the junction with the Brown Mountain snowmobile trail. The Shelter serves as a warming hut for snowmobilers and Nordic skiers.

Pederson Trail – FS 8(Easy, 11 miles) Alternate to Hyatt/Lake of the Woods Trail that features some good riding off the designated route in the Griffen Pass/Old Baldy area.

Directions: From Medford/Ashland: Following Hwy. 140 east from Medford: 1) Summer Snowpark is located at mile point 28.5 with parking for about 5-7 vehicles.2) Fish Lake Snowpark, at mile point 30.5, has restrooms, parking for 35 vehicles, a picnic Please note that access to the snowmobile trails from Fish Lake Snowpark is through the Campground. Please enter and exit only at the trailhead bulletin board and stay on the marked/groomed trail. By cooperating you will help protect young trees and vegetation planted in the campground.Following the Dead Indian Memorial Road east from Ashland:1) Deadwood Snowpark is located at mile point 22 with parking for 8-10 vehicles (Sno-Park permit required). There are no designated trails originating from Deadwood, but there are numerous Forest Service roads in the vicinity.2) Big Draw Snowpark, at mile point 26, is an informal "pullout" where a wide spot adjacent the road is occasiona

Seasonal Access: Normal Winter Season: November-March

Facility Type: Snowmobiling Area

What’s around here? Location & Nearby Things to See & Do

These maps and directions are for planning purposes only. You may find that construction projects, traffic, or other events may cause road conditions to differ from the map results. For travel options, weather and road conditions, visit tripcheck.com, call 511 (in Oregon only), 800.977.6368 or 503.588.2941.

Flag as Incorrect

Is any of the information on this page incorrect?

Sign up for the Outdoors Newsletter

Outdoor news is the insider’s guide to Oregon’s outside. We deliver the scoop on hidden hiking trails, backroad and backcountry biking, pristine rivers, and powdery slopes. (delivered odd-numbered months)

css.php
Close

Sign up for the

Travel Oregon

Newsletter

Stay in touch and get the inside scoop for your next Oregon adventure. We'll deliver Oregon stories, itineraries, contests and ideas of where to eat + drink and get outdoors and explore - right to your inbox, every month.

Success! You're all signed up to receive Oregon trip ideas delivered right to your inbox.

Hmm, something went wrong, please try later.

can't wait to hear from us?

Follow us Online