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Dead Horse Lake Developed Campground, OR

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Dead Horse Lake Developed Campground

The Deadhorse Lake Campground offers great outdoor experiences in a high mountain lake setting with grassy and pebble beaches.

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Directions

From Paisley: Travel southwest on Mill Street until it becomes Forest Road 33 at the "Y" junction. Stay to the left and continue on Forest Road 33 for 20 miles. At the "T" intersection with paved road 28, stay to the right. Follow Forest Road 28 for 11 miles, watch for the well marked turn to Campbell/Deadhorse Lakes. Take a left at the junction with Forest Road 033. Three miles on this gravel road will lead to the Deadhorse Lake Campground entrance.From Lakeview: Take Highway 140 West 3 miles, and then turn right onto County Road 2-16. Go on County Road 2-16 for 5 miles. Turn left onto County Road 2-16A and within 2 miles, you will be on Forest Road 28. Follow Forest Road 28 for 28 miles. Watch for the well marked turn to Campbell Lake. Take a left at the junction with Forest Road 033. Three miles on this gravel road will lead to the Campbell Lake Campground entrance.From Bly Ranger District Office: Head east on Highway 140 for 0.5 miles to Campbell Road, you should see the sign. Turn left onto Campbell Road and go for 0.5 miles to Forest Road 34. Turn right and drive 25 miles to Forest Road 28. Turn left onto Forest Road 28 and go for 6 miles. Watch for the well marked turn to Campbell/Deadhorse Lakes. Take a left at the junction with Forest Road 033. After traveling 3 miles on this gravel road you will see the Deadhorse Lake Campground entrance.

Activities
  • BOATING BOATING
  • CAMPING CAMPING
  • FISHING FISHING
  • HIKING HIKING
  • PICNICKING PICNICKING
  • RECREATIONAL VEHICLES RECREATIONAL VEHICLES
  • SWIMMING SWIMMING
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