Kangaroo Lake campground has 18 sites, 13 of which are drive-in and 5 are walk-in. The campground also provides accessible facilities, including a 1/4 mile paved trail right down to the lake. The lake itself covers 25 acres, and is 110 feet deep. There is no boat ramp but motorless boats are permitted.
Camping: Popular lake campground that provides handicapped accessible facilities and lake access.
Fishing: Sidewalk and fishing pier for access. Stocked with Rainbow Trout.
Hiking: The Fen Trail is a self guided nature trail with great diversity of plants and geology. Trail is 2 miles round trip with 600 feet elevation gain. Nice views of the lake along the way. For longer hikes, continue on the Pacific Crest Trail. There is also a hiking trail around the lake.
Recreational Vehicles: Popular lake campground that provides handicapped accessible facilities and lake access.
Wildlife Viewing: A good area for riparian wildlife along the lake shore and forest birding. Some small mammals frequent the campsites.
Swimming: Swimming, wading and water play off the sandy beach at Kangaroo Lake.