About Lake No. 3 Campground
The Lake No. 3 dispersed camping area is named for the lake that one of the sites overlooks. This small camping area has 2 hardened campsites, fire rings and picnic tables available for visitors looking for a more secluded camping area. Special Features: Lake No. 3 dispersed campsite is a nice, small site without a lot of amenities. It is within a mile of the Salt Chuck Trail , which brings hikers to an interesting abandoned copper mine site. The campsite is also close to Lake Ellen and No. 3 Lake. Many visitors hike down to these lakes to swim or fish for trout and Dolly Varden. The second growth stands nearby are good spots to pick berries and may offer opportunities to see deer and bears. ACTIVITIES Camping: No reservation or fee required year round. Fishing: Close to the campsite, Lake (Ellen) #3 provides fishing for many species. Hunting: Wildlife includes Sitka black-tailed deer, black bears and wolves. Hunting for these species in designated seasons. Review Alaska Department of Fish and Game hunting and fishing regulations. Off Highway Vehicle: The 203000 Road is open to all vehicles. So OHV users can ride the road system and camp at the Lake No. 3 Dispersed camping area. Picnicking: The Lake No. 3 dispersed camping area is named for the lake that one of the sites overlooks. This small camping area has a hardened campsite, a fire ring and a picnic table available for visitors looking for a more secluded camping area. The site can be used for picnicking on a first-come, first-served basis.
USDA Forest Service
Lake No. 3 Campground is located in Alaska
Lake No. 3 camping area can be accessed by turning off of State Highway 925 at Goose Creek Bridge approximately 5 miles west of Thorne Bay onto Forest Road 2030 (Goose Creek Road). Follow Forest Road 2030 to where it turns into 2030790 at the Ellen Creek Bridge.
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