Lost Lake Trail Campground
Open: May through Sept
Number of Sites: 12
Lost Lake Campground is located within the Quartz Lake State Recreation Area. For travelers and locals alike, Quartz Lake State Recreation Area is a great place to visit. Recreational opportunities abound. Whether you enjoy the feel of a 20 inch rainbow trout on the line, the breathtaking view after a hike to Bluff Point, or sitting around the campfire with friends, these opportunities and more are available. Wildlife viewing, camping, picnicking, swimming, playing volleyball, and water skiing are also popular summertime activities. During the winter months popular activities include ice fishing, snow machining, dog mushing, skijoring, and even staying at a rustic cabin when the temperatures can drop to well below zero.
Lost Lake also has some good fishing. Alaska Department of Fish and Game stocks this lake annually with 40 brood stock and 1000 catch able size rainbow trout. Fishing from the dock or a canoe is best. Daily bag and possession limit is 10 per day in any combination, only one of which may be longer than 18 inches. Be sure to consult your fishing regulations for more information.
Hiking is becoming increasingly popular at Quartz Lake State Recreation Area. There are five hiking trails in the park for visitors to experience and enjoy. These trails offer extraordinary views of the Tanana River Valley, Alaska Range, Shaw Creek Flats, Quartz and Lost Lakes, and Moose Pond. The trails also offer opportunities for wildlife viewing.
ADA Facility - Yes
No RV size limit
Camping Limit - 15 days
Fishing Dock -
Picnic sites -
Ice fishing huts available by reservations
Small boat launch
Driving Directions: Ten miles north of Delta Junction to mile 277.8 of the Richardson Hwy. Turn at Quartz Lake State Park sign and follow road for three-miles.
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