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Lakefront property at $15/night? Can’t beat it! Paul Dennis (Ollalie Lake) Campground consists of 17 non-reservable sites, frequented for its convenient proximity to--you guessed it--dat lake! Tack some mileage on the ol’ legs, and you’ll discover numerous other lakes, an entrance for the iconic PCT (Pacific Crest Trail), and of course, nature! Before you blast into this Continue reading...
Lakefront property at $15/night? Can’t beat it! Paul Dennis (Ollalie Lake) Campground consists of 17 non-reservable sites, frequented for its convenient proximity to--you guessed it--dat lake! Tack some mileage on the ol’ legs, and you’ll discover numerous other lakes, an entrance for the iconic PCT (Pacific Crest Trail), and of course, nature! Before you blast into this wonderland of woods and water, make sure to check the current conditions for off-season accessibility.
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans
No. of sites
17
RV details
Not specified
RV hookups
None
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to people per site
Fires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Picnic table available
Desert
Forest
Hot spring
Lake
River, stream or creek
Swimming hole
Waterfall
Beach
Cave
Redwoods
Biking
Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback riding
Paddling
Wind sports
OHV
Climbing
Snow sports
Swimming
Whitewater paddling
Wildlife watching
Surfing
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Stacey
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June 23rd, 2016

Definitely not a great place to go if you don't have a truck or suv. The roads are bad around the lake with tons of wash outs. Drive carefully! The lake is silting in, and the marshy area much bigger than it used to be. Probably from all the beetle kill and damage from forest fires that hit awhile ago. You used to have water directly from the lake, but it's no longer potable, so you have to bring your own. Still no swimming allowed in the lake though. The big old trees I remember as a kid are gone, and it's mostly small hemlocks. Still decent fishing, but the mosquitoes were so numerous it made camping not pleasant. We got eaten alive.

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Park
Mt. Hood National Forest
State
Oregon
Phone Number
(503) 668 1700
Directions
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Official Website
View Website
Coordinates
44.812° N, 121.787° W
$15/night
Tent / Van: 17 Sites
(Up to people per site)