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Great spot in the woods on a side road very close to Trillium Lake. There is a dirt road that goes off of the main road circling the lake with multiple clearings and fire rings. Quiet, peaceful and great location. Excellent Cell service.
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The dirt roads have been blocked off with large rocks and “no camping” signs posted. There are some dispersed campsites on the other side of the lake fortunately.Report Check-In
Lots of primitive camp sites spread out; could be mostly by yourself or near several friendly neighbors. Super quiet & dark for sleeping; gorgeous Mt Hood views for morning walk. Decent cell service.Report Check-In
closed. private. if you are trying to camp the back side of the lake and the airstrip is full take the other way around or you are wasting time/rough roadReport Check-In
great place to stay. close to lake and kind people. very family oriented. please remember to take trash with you!! keep it clean :)Report Check-In
Great spot with lots of good people! Also .5 mile hike to trillium lake. I have 3 bars Verizon LTE. Lots of others here but enough space for everyone. Cool spot.Report Check-In
This is closed. This land is private and there is now ‘no camping’ and ‘no trespassing’ signs and blockades here.Report Check-In
Found a pull off just off of Trillium Lake Road. Away from main dispersed area, but used before with some tent sites and fire rings people had set up. Seems nice enough. 1-2 bars on AT&T.Report Check-In
This place is permanently closed.Report Check-In
as of 5/17/21, the road up to this place is closedReport Check-In
This is a spot for all types and sizes of rigs! We had no issues finding a spot for our 42' 5th wheel. This is dry camping, so be prepared!! There is water, trash, and restrooms at the campground down the road. We could not find a dump station in the area.
This is a National Forest area so you can stay up to 14 days. You will be near other people and well....other people can be rude. There were some people up until 3am screaming; we think they were high out of their gords. There was also a truck camper that had his non-muffled generator on until midnight.
There were permanent signs stating that fires are banned. There were a lot of fire pits and thankfully people were respecting the ban. There was a lot of very small pieces of broken glass around the fire pits. The cell phone service was great and perfect for the two of us to be on video calls.
Please, please, please pick up your trash!!Report Check-In
Serious pot holed gravel road. Shook my 2WD van, but nothing fell or came apart. Many sites, mine I got level without blocks. Good AT&T signal.Report Check-In
Nice spot away from the crowds at the other dispersed sites tagged here. 2 bars LTE with Verizon and AT&T. Spot is big enough for multiple cars. Open meadow nearby that has spectacular views of Mount Hood but no camp spots there so you’ll have to walk a little bit. We stayed here multiple days and it was beautiful! There are two other much smaller spots down this gravel road that leads to a dead end.Report Check-In
National forest sites, for free, a lktof places, quait at nightReport Check-In
Great spot in the woods on a side road very close to Trillium Lake. There is a dirt road that goes off of the main road circling the lake with multiple clearings and fire rings. Quiet, peaceful and great location.Report Check-In