What can I see and do at Trillium Lake?
- Camping: Grab a site right on the lake's edge. Roughly 50 sites are available and advanced reservations are recommended in peak season. No hook ups.
- Water Activities: Non motorized boats are welcome on Trillium Lake including canoes and stand up paddle boards. Fishing is also allowed and anglers cast for a variety of trout.
- Hiking: Enjoy the 2-mile Trillium Shoreline Trail which circles the lake. There are also many more trails in the area.
Where is Trillium Lake?
The lake is located just a few miles south of Government Camp. It's accessible off of US-26 on Trillium Lake Road.
How much does Trillium Lake cost to visit?
It costs $5 to park and enjoy Trillium Lake during the day. You can purchase a day pass when you park. Campsites cost $18/night.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
Call the Mount Hood National Forest office at (503) 668 1700. Call (877)-833 6777 for campground information and reservations.