Hyatt Lake Recreation Area
Nestled in the Cascade Mountains in the northern corner of the Cascade-Siskiyou National monument, the 745 acre Hyatt Lake Recreation Area provides opportunities for camping, hiking, fishing, and boating. Recreational Use Permits for camping and day-use are required and available on a first-come, first-served basis from the visitor contact station at the facility entrance and at the self-service pay stations located at main campground entrance and Wildcat Campground. Campgrounds open with the beginning of fishing season in late April and close October 31 of each year. A 14 day camping limit is in effect for all campgrounds.
The main campground offers 54 campsites, a playground, and 2 boat ramps and dock facilities. more>>
NEW for 2014!!
Hyatt Lake Campground now part of
Recreation.gov campground reservations system!
In addition, the semi-primitive Wildcat Campground, located two miles up East Hyatt Lake Road, offers 12 more campsites and an unimproved boat ramp. more>>
The Horse camp has five campsites with corrals, recreation equipment and a vault restroom. These sites can be reserved in advance by calling 541-482-2031. more>>
Come up and play for the day! Day-use recreational opportunities include fishing, hiking, biking, picnicking, boat launching and other outdoor activities. Day-use and overnight facilities are also available for larger groups. more>>
Contact: 541-482-2031 more>>
From Interstate 5, take exit 14 in Ashland. Turn on Highway 66 toward Klamath Falls. Follow Hwy 66 for 17 miles until you reach the Green Springs Inn. Turn left onto the BLM’s East Hyatt Lake Road. Follow this road for approximately 3 miles until you reach the Hyatt Lake Recreation Area. Stay to the right on the East Hyatt Lake Road, and the main campground entrance will be on the left about 100 yards from the intersection.
Hyatt Lake Brochure
The Hyatt Lake Recreation Area brochure (PDF) contains a map and describes various amenities and camping opportunities located within the Hyatt Lake Recreation Area.
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Fees collected are used onsite to fund operations, maintenance, and improvements.