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About Loon Lake - Loon Lake
Access
Drive In, Boat In
Operator
Bureau of Land Management
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Contact
Location
Loon Lake - Loon Lake is located in Oregon
Latitude
43.598 N
Longitude
-123.848 W
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6 Reviews of Loon Lake - Loon Lake
Amazing resort!

Short stay here! All amenities! Cabins, full facilities! Lake access galore

Recreation sites around Loon lake - across the street

Loon Lake Campground sits on Loon Lake about 40 minutes outside Reedsport Oregon. This campsite is somewhat private with enclosures from plants/foliage and well kept, but also sits right on the roadside across from Loon Lake and you will need to cross the road to get to the day-use and lake acess area. There is enough room for RVs trailers and/or tents and per usual vault toilets and campfire rings. Make sure to bring your own water.

While staying at this site, if you like to day-trip and see the area I advise that you go up the road and eat a meal at the Loon Lake Resort restaurant and possibly rent a boat or go fishing off of their pier. Reedsport is a fun, little town and is the nearest grocery store for forgotten items.

See more info here:https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/234076

LOVE this place!

What a great campground! There is a small amphitheater and a wonderful beahj area. Very clean and the host was super nice. Would love to return but they are pretty much booked through the season. One of the prettiest I have been to!

Prettyv

Nice nice beach, no cell service which makes it easy to be with kids, terrible playground and marginal bathrooms. This is a great place to swim, paddle, fish with kids -but it’s typical busy packed in Oregon Camping

Family fun!

We love this campground. It has a shallow swim area for kids with a nice sandy beach to build sandcastles. There’s a lake to paddleboard or ride waverunners. Lots of trees for shade. The phone service is spotty.

First to Review
Loon Lake, Oregon

I loved this camp ground! Having a swimming area for children is a total plus. The docks are so fun to hang out around with friends and family and being able to bring a boat on the lake made the trip all that more fun. Great staff and very friendly. Definitely recommend!