Lost Lake Campground


Lost Lake Campground Sign

This Campground was developed in the 1930s and 40s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The old Guard Station at the entrance was built in 1941 which adds to the character of the campground. The campground is located next to Lost Lake which hosts a pair of Common Loons and Canada geese. There are 18 campsites, (14 single sites, and 4 doubles) with picnic tables and fire rings.

A large group site is available through the Recreation.gov reservation system.

A day use Picnic site, Swim beach, Ampitheater, and Boat Launch are also available. Water and garbage service are available as well. Three toilet facilities service the campground. Two organization camps border the campground. A Campground Host is on site during the season. This is a Fee site. 

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At a Glance

Reservations: 1 Reservation group unit.  Call 1-877-444-6777 or at recreation.gov
Area Amenities: Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water
Fees $12/Night for single unit. $24 for double sites. $5/Extra vehicle/night.
Open Season: May
Restrictions: Check Washington State Fishing Regulations.
Closest Towns: Tonasket, WA
Water: Potable Water
Restroom: Vault Toilet (2), Flush Toilet (2)
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information


From Tonasket, take State Rt. 20 east for 24 miles to County Rd. 4953 (Bonaparte Recreation Area).  Take County Rd. 4953 5.5 mile where it turns into Forest Service Road #32.  Continue on Forest Service Road #32 three miles to the junction with Forest Service Road #33.  Drive Forest Service Road #33 6 miles to the junction with the Forest Service Road #3300-050.  Take the FS #3300-050 left for 0.2 mile to the Lost Lake Campground entrance.

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Picnic tables 13 Picnic Sites
Drinking water Developed potable water and hydrants
Tent camping 12 single camp sites
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