This remote and picturesque campground is in the midst of old growth forest adjacent to Fish Lake offering some of the best fishing in the area.
Doe Point Campground offers outstanding access to fishing, swimming and hiking. Kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding and boat access (10 mph) are available from the Fish Lake boat ramp. Numerous hiking trails are within easy access, including the Fish Lake, High Lakes, and Brown Mountain trails, the famous Pacific Crest Trail, as well as the Sky Lakes Wilderness and Mt. McLoughlin Trail systems. Many biking trails exist, including backcountry and county highways.
This large campground contains campsites to accommodate groups, families and individuals. Many sites are large enough to accommodate RVs and trailers but cannot accommodate RV hookups at this time. Drinking water and flush toilets with wash basins are provided, as well as a fish cleaning station, picnic tables and grills. Firewood is available for purchase at the Campground Host Site.
Visitors will enjoy easy access to Fish Lake which is a premier fishing lake supplied by over 45 underground volcanic streams.
Many amenities are offered at nearby Fish Lake Resort. Excellent fishing and swimming are also available at Willow Lake to the north on OR-821. Groceries and a hot meal are close by in Butte Falls, or within walking distance at the Fish Lake Resort. Additional campgrounds nearby include adjacent Fish Lake and North Fork Campgrounds, Whiskey Springs and Fourbit Ford Campgrounds several miles away off OR-821.
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Beautiful view of the lake and not overcrowded! We were in camp 28, a walk-in site. Plenty of hiking trails in walking distance, the lake was warm enough to swim in. Lots of chipmunks, please don’t leave food out. Very friendly camp host. Also saw a few pelicans. The worst part was the mosquitos that attacked us! Apparently they’re only there for 3-4 weeks and we were right in the middle of it.
We went here on a family camping trip and found the campground to be well above our expectations. Bathrooms were clean, trails were clearly marked and welll maintained, the sites were plenty big and most had quite a bit of privacy. The only downside to the experience was the female camp host who was extremely abrasive when we first came in. Her husband made up for her though by being friendly and professional.
We will definitely be going back next summer!