Camp at Olallie Lake
Oregon › Paul Dennis Campground
Added by Aaron White
Experience Olallie and surrounding scenic area
Nestled in the foothills of Mt. Jefferson, Olallie Lake is an awesome summer get away. Car campers can take their pick of the many, first come first serve campsites, ranging in prices from $15-$40/night. Cabins and yurts are also available, but be sure to reserve them ahead of time. When the resort was established it was decided to be a no swimming or motorized boat lake, meaning some ideal fishing.
Though it's not just Olallie that makes this area such a popular destination. There are 46 surrounding lakes that do allow swimming, along with miles of beautiful hiking trails. Many of the smaller lakes have sites for backpackers and are so private you can score a lake to yourself.
For more information, contact the Olallie Lake Resort.
- Sleeping bag
- Backpacking essentials
- Fishing Pole
Please respect the places you find on The Outbound.
Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures. Be aware of local regulations and don't damage these amazing places for the sake of a photograph. Learn More
Camping, Chillin, Fishing, Hiking, Kayaking, Photography, Swimming
Are we missing something?Suggest an edit
ReviewsLeave a Review
Make Sure To Bring Food
This place was amazing! I recommend the peninsula campground. Make sure to pack all your food before you leave home, there aren't any stores within an hour of the lake. The last 15 miles in are dirt road. Wake up crystal clear water and bald eagles looking for breakfast. The trout are abundant but not huge. So much more I could say about this place...... Just go
More Adventures Nearby
Hike to God's Thumb
Oregon / Roads End State Park Parking
From Road's End State Park, map your way to the end of NE Port Street and park on a pull off next to the described gate: on your right you'll see the gate with three skinny trees to the right of it.
Hike to Indian Point
Oregon / Herman Creek Trailhead
Park at the Herman Creek Trailhead in Cascade Locks 2 miles from the exit. Remember to bring your Northwest Forest pass or a $5 payment to park.