Delintment Lake Campground provides a wide variety of recreation facilities and activities for the whole family. The campground has 29 campsites, a group camping area, a natural non-motorized boat launch, beach area, fishing pier, 12 picnic sites, water, and hosts on site during the summer months. Hike the trail along the banks or fish from the dam or pier.
Despite its amenities Delintment Lake Campground received only moderate visitor use during the summer. The two loop campground offers camping sites near the shore as well as higher on the bank. The road access is paved up to the campground from Burns, Oregon. Please pack out what you pack in, no trash service is provided.
Constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the1930's, Idlewild Campground is an easily accessible campground located just off of US Highway 395. Birdwatchers from all over visit Idlewild for an opportunity to glimpse the white-headed woodpecker. A species found in only a few locations on the west coast of North America. Look for woodpeckers foraging for food amongst the ponderosa pine trees found throughout the campground. The campground is lightly used and only becomes busy during the fall hunting season. Please pack out what you pack in, there is no trash service provided at this campground.
Idlewild campground has a beautiful wood framed, open air pavilion which can be reserved by going to Recreation.gov, or calling 1-877-444-6777. The pavilion rents for $25.00 a day with a $9.00 service fee for the reservation.
The campground is a great place for those traveling through who would like a nice quiet place to camp that is easy to reach.
Magone Lake Campground is set amongst ponderosa pine, fir, and other native trees in a beautifully wooded area. The campground is popular during the summer months with visitors wanting to fish, swim, boat and hike. The campground offers single family and group camp sites, a large area for group picnicking, and a group campground. All facilities have compacted gravel pads, extended concrete picnic tables and raised fire rings. A day use area with picnic tables and changing rooms is available with easy access to the lake and trails. Swimmers at the day use area can dive into the cool waters, then warm themselves on the sandy beach. A boat launch is available for the avid boater, which has a vault toilet with concrete ramped entrance pad and loading dock. Magone Lake is a no-wake lake, only boats with 10 horse power or less motors allowed. For hikers there is a trail that leads around the lake Magone Lake Trail #352, another trail near the lake is Magone Slide Trail #353 this trail goes along the original slide that created Magone Lake.
Trout Farm Campground offers opportunities for picnicking, pond/stream fishing, and hunting. This nice little campground is ideal for families, or the fishing enthusiast. This campground offers a nice pond for fishing with an barrier free path along the pond as well as a barrier free pier. Trout Farm Campground also has a newly renovated covered picnick shelter and running water. A great place to visit near the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness.