Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Water Unknown
About Olive Lake Campground

Nestled on the edge of a lake, high in the Blue Mountains of Eastern Oregon, this popular campground is only 8 miles west of the historic Fremont Powerhouse and 12 miles west of the old mining town of Granite.  The campground features 28 campsites and 7 accessible toilet facilities.  Other features include a 2-mile hiking trail around the lake with nearby access to wilderness and scenic area trails, a boat ramp and 2 docks. There is no potable water or garbage service, so please pack your garbage home.  

Besides beautiful scenery, the lake offers many opportunities for wildlife viewing--particularly a nesting pair of osprey that return annually.  Activities in this area include fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, hunting, and photography.  Within 20 miles are several historic sites.

National Forest
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Trash Available
Olive Lake Campground is located in Oregon
44.7834 N
-118.5952 W
Get Directions
From Ukiah, OR, travel south on County Road 1475 (turns into Forest Service Road 52 after 5 miles).  Go about 48.5 miles to the town of Granite.  Instead of entering the town, turn right onto County Road 24/Forest Service Road (FSR) 10 and travel about 3.5 miles to the end of the pavement.  At this point take the gravel road that heads up the hill to the right (FSR 10).  Travel about 9 miles on FSR 10 to FSR 1000480.  Take a left on FSR 1000480 and travel about 录 into the campground. From Dale, OR, travel 1 mile east on FSR 55 to the junction of FSR 10.  Take a right on FSR 10 (gravel) and travel 26 miles to FSR 1000480.  Take a right on FSR 1000480 and travel about 录 into the campground.
4 Reviews of Olive Lake Campground

My family loves this place, so beautiful. My grandma requested to have her ashes specifically spread here

One of my favorite camping spots

Well shaded and beautiful. Theres a hike around the lake and also another hike you can do thats in the campgrounds. The hikes are gorgeous. My dog really enjoyed it here. It was shaded and there was a lot of beautiful flowers. Being here just puts me in a great mood. The spots are pretty private with picnic tables and a fire ring. Most of spots were also near the lake. Be sure to bring bug spray or citronella candles to keep away the mosquitos. 馃榿


Dog friendly. Water is refreshing. Perfect weather. Super relaxing. Worth the long drive to get there .

First to Review
Love, love, love this place

Have camped here twice, once when I was a kid, and once this summer, and it's wonderful. Most spots feel secluded and private, and if you get there on an off-day, you can get a good one with water access.