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Lost Lake

08/18/2016 | Camping, Hood River, Lodging, Recreation

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If you are looking for a place to go camping before the end of summer Lost Lake is a great place to go! Located near Hood River it is surrounded by so many fun things to do, from hiking and biking trails, to water sports perfect for summer, and Mt Hood a short drive away to enjoy the only place in the country that offers year round snow play! Whether you are pitching a tent, or camping in comfort in a cabin Lost Lake has something for you. With trails everywhere and the lake accessible this is a perfect spot to get away from the hustle and bustle of life and just relax among nature.

Lost Lake Resort offers

148 campsites
campground pit toilets
public boat launch
handicap accessible fishing dock
2 miles of handicap accessible trails
no electrical hookups
R. V. dump & fill is available to R. V. campers
there are a number of RV spaces in D loop that will accept a 40' RV

Learn more about this beautiful resort and start planning your camping trip at: lostlakeresort.org/camping/

Discover more attractions, events and activities you wont want to miss out on while visiting: The Hood River. Dont forget to visit The Hood River Chamber Of Commerce for more information about the regions attractions and lodging before your trip to Hood River.

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