Lakeshore Express Trail

Area Status: Closed
This area is Closed

This is a short trail near Lost Lake that is accessible for those with mobility issues. This short trail connects the Old Growth Trail #657 with the parking area near the Lost Lake public boat launch.  The trail is slightly more strenuous than the other barrier free trails in the area.  The trail begins near the intersection of Lost Lake Campground Road and Lost Lake Viewpoint Road.  

Link to Trail Description and Map (PDF File)

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Trail is clear. 07/09/2021
Fees Lost Lake Campground and Resort is privately managed. Please check with Lost Lake Resort for information on day use and camping fees.
Open Season: June
Usage: Heavy
Restrictions:  Friday-Monday, a road barricade is staffed 4 miles below the entrance to the resort.  Once parking capacity has been reached, vehicles will be turned around at that location.  This is the result of parking congestion along the roadways accessing the campground and resort.  The congestion has made it difficult for emergency personnel to access the site.** 
Closest Towns: Hood River, OR
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Hood River Ranger District

General Information


From Hood River, OR travel south on Oregon Hwy 35 14 miles to Woodworth Road, approximately 0.3 mile south of milepost 89.  Turn right (west) on Woodworth Road and travel 2 miles to Dee Highway.  Turn right (northwest) on Dee Highway and travel 3.6 miles to the Dee Mill site.  Turn left following signs to Lost Lake (Forest Road 13).  Follow Lost Lake Road for approximately 13 miles to Lost Lake Campground.  Park in the day use area 



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