Boating Site: Goose Lake

Area Status: Open
This area is Open

Picture of Goose Lake Campground

Concrete boat ramp with a 10 vehicle parking lot.

Fishing for stocked trout including rainbows and browns can be fair to excellent. Small brook trout and native cutthroat are also present. Try olive wooley-buggers, damsel imitations or spinners and spoons. Goose Lake falls under general zone regulations.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 5/26/2021: The boating site is open. A NWFP or Interagency pass or $5.00 cash is required to park there. The lake was stocked 5/25/2021. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger District for current information (509)395-3402.
Fees $5/vehicle/day
Usage: Heavy
Closest Towns: Trout Lake, WA
Water: No
Restroom: Vault Toilet
Passes: Recreation Passes may be used as a form of fee payment.
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Mt. Adams Ranger District

General Information


See also Goose Lake Campground

From Carson, Washington, drive north for 4.8 miles on Wind River Highway (Forest Road 30) to Panther Creek Road. Take a right on Panther Creek Road at the sign for Panther Creek Campground.  Stay on this road which becomes Forest Road 65 at the forest boundary for approximately 11 miles. At the intersection with Forest Road 60, take a right onto Forest Road 60. Continue on Forest Road 60 to the campground which is well signed.  

From Trout Lake, Washington drive west on Highway 141 to the forest boundary, where Highway 141 becomes Forest Road 24. Continue west on Forest Road 24 past Peterson Prairie Campground to the intersection with Forest Road 60.  At this intersection continue straight onto Forest Road 60.  At the intersection with Forest Road 66 follow the signs for Goose Lake, taking a right to continue driving west on Forest Road 60 and turn right at the sign for the campground about 3 1/2 miles past the intersection.

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