About This Campground
Fremont Point Cabin is located on top of the Winter Rim in North Central Lake County, Oregon. The newly constructed cabin, which was completed in the summer of 2015, sits on the same footprint as its predecessor, which was destroyed during a forest fire in 2002. Through numerous donations of…
- Tent Sites
- ADA Access
- Max Length: 20 ft.
- Drive InPark next to your campsite
Fremont Point Cabin is located in Oregon
Summer Travel: From the Paisley Ranger District Office in Paisley, Oregon: Travel north on State Route 31 for 34.2 miles, between mile posts 64 and 65, turn left (west) onto the graveled Forest Service Road (FSR) 2901. Follow FSR 2901 for 16.1 miles. Turn left (east) on FSR 034 and continue for 2.3 miles to the Fremont National Recreation Trailhead. From the trailhead, continue .3 miles on the narrow access road to Fremont Cabin. If you are traveling with a large RV or pulling a trailer, the road should be scouted prior to driving to the cabin, as there is limited parking and turning space available. From Silver Lake, travel south on County road 4-12 to the Forest Boundary where the road turns into Forest Service Road 28. Follow this road for approximately 16 miles to road 2916 and follow plowed roads 2916 and 3012-014 for 2.2 miles up to and past the Sycan Electrical Power Substation to the snow park (N42.51.044 W120.58.814). The snow park has a plowed out parking area where the trail starts for those using snowshoes or cross country skis, or snowmobiles.. Winter Travel: For winter travelers the snow conditions are variable but generally drive in access is not possible and you must use snowshoes, skis, or snowmobiles to access Fremont Cabin. It is recommended that you check snowtel stations in the area for snow depth. The routes are very remote and navigation, although marked can become difficult in adverse weather conditions. Plan ahead and start your trip early in the morning to allow enough time to reach the cabin. The trail is not groomed and may need broken-in. Please be prepared for a strenuous winter backcountry trip and carry emergency winter camping materials, first aid, map/GPS, and extra food and water. Directions for the recommended marked route(s) are as follows: The snowshoe/ski trail is marked with blue diamond shaped tags attached to trees, and it is approximately 10 miles to the Fremont Point Cabin, using forest roads 3012-014, 3012, 3012-015 and 2901-034. The snowmobile route is marked with orange diamond shaped tags and is approximately 15 miles following forest roads 3012, 2901 and 2901-034. There is a shelter with a wood stove and firewood as a halfway point to the cabin from the snowpark lot. Contact phone: Silver Lake Ranger Station, 541-576-2107