Deadhorse Lake

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Deadhorse Lake is located one hour 20 minutes south of Paisley, Oregon situated on Deadhorse Lake, a high-mountain lake with grassy and pebble beaches. The lake, elevation 7372 feet, spans 31 acres and is stocked with rainbow trout. There are nine tent and trailer sites, all with picnic tables…

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Letha H.
Reviewed May. 29, 2018

Deadhorse Lake

we really liked it, except for the dead forest. That made it kind of uncomfortable in the heat of summer. Brings tarps for shade.

Location

Deadhorse Lake is located in Oregon

Directions

Deadhorse Lake is located one hour 20 minutes southwest of Paisley, OR.  From Paisley, OR follwo Highway 31 north toward Silver Lake, OR and turn left on County Highway 2-08, Mill Street, and continue left on Forest Service (FS) Road 33. At its junction with FS Road 28, turn right. Follow FS Road 28 then take a left on FS Road 033. Continue to campground.    Deadhorse Lake Campground vicinity map.

Coordinates

42.55900093 N
120.77400082 W

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About This Campground

Deadhorse Lake is located one hour 20 minutes south of Paisley, Oregon situated on Deadhorse Lake, a high-mountain lake with grassy and pebble beaches. The lake, elevation 7372 feet, spans 31 acres and is stocked with rainbow trout. There are nine tent and trailer sites, all with picnic tables and fire grills. It also features seven group campsites; some larger sites are located further from the lakeshore. There is also a hand pump for potable water. Deadhorse Lake, great for fishing, swimming, and boating (non-motorized or electric motors only), features a boat launch and separate day use area.  All camping is first-come, first-served, and weekends and holidays are generally full. Nearby access to the Lakes Trail System.

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