Goose Lake Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Southeast end of Goose Lake.Washington
Open: July - October
Number of Sites: 18
*Northwest Forest Pass required for day use. State of Washington Passes are not acceptible as parking passes on National Forest Land.
About: At 3200' elevation, Goose Lake is a popular spot for fishing. About eight miles of gravel road to campground. 18 Campsites are level sites on a hillside. They are walk-in with roadside parking. There is trail access to the lake. Campground is unreacheable after snowfall in late Autumn. Campground is historically open by Memorial Day, depending on snow level.
Fees: $10 (2011)
Closest Towns: Trout Lake (WA)
Restrictions: RVs are not recommended.
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Directions: From Highway 14 take the Wind River Highway, take road 65 to Road 60. About 8 miles of gravel road to the campground. An alternative way is taking Highway 141 from White Salmon to Trout Lake, west on Forest Road 60. About eight miles of gravel road to campground.
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