Frog Lake. Four trails are involved in this loop: the Frog Lake Trail #530, the Frog Lake Buttes Trail #484, the Twin Lakes Trail #495, and the Pacific Crest Trail #2000. Zigzag, OR 97049, Forest Headquarters Keep rising, and then traverse as the trail runs below a road, the FR 290 spur, which leads to the top of Frog Lake Buttes. Day-use fees apply. This page has been accessed 41,167 times. (FR 2612) partially CLOSED. 6780 Highway 35 Enter a clearcut with a great view of Mount Jefferson to the south. Several interpretive placards and maps lay out the Mokelumne wilderness destinations that lie ahead. This page was last modified on 16 August 2020, at 18:54. Please. Trailer parking available. You should cross-check against other references before planning a hike. The trail drops down the side of a ridge through a dense undergrowth of huckleberry bushes. 16400 Champion Way Find the trail heading up to the Twin Lakes (Barlow)-Lower Twin Lake Trail Junction (If you want to extend your hike, consider heading from here to Upper Twin Lake (See the Twin Lakes Hike) or farther to Palmateer Point (See the Twin Lakes-Palmateer Point Loop Hike)). Restricted Forest Office Access- Call or email us! 780 NE Court St Trail routing and conditions are subject to change. There is a five dollar exact change day use fee to park in the often crowded parking lot. Close to Highway 26, Frog Lake is a very popular family camping and day-use destination. Lodgepole pine, cedar, hemlock, silver fir and Douglas-fir ring Frog Lake, whose shore is rimmed by willow and huckleberry. Space for 50 vehicles. Originally, this area had been clearcut, but now young noble fir, silver fir and mountain hemlock are growing to about 20’. Map Information, Forest Service Home | USDA.gov | recreation.gov | Recreation Customer Service Standards | USA.gov | Whitehouse.gov, Plug-Ins | FOIA | Accessibility Statement | Privacy Policy | Important Notices | Information Quality, https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/mthood/recarea/?recid=53106, White River Fire CLOSURE AREA on Barlow RD. Dufur, OR 97021, Clackamas River Ranger District Keep to the lower, paved road and go right for the Frog Lake Day-use Area. There’s a cell-phone tower at the Frog Lake Buttes summit, at the old lookout site, and only a partial sighting of Mount Hood through the trees. Frog Lake Campground and Day Use area is located in Frog Lake Campground on US Highway 26, 4.5 miles east of Oregon Highway 35. While we make every effort to fact-check, information found here should be considered anecdotal. At the end of Frog Lake, there’s a campfire circle; from here, head left to the campground loop. (971) 333-4100 You could bushwhack along the ridge to the slightly higher but forested north summit of Frog Lake Buttes, but there are no vistas from that one. An Oregon Sno-Park permit is required Nov. 1- April 30. 70220 E Highway 26 Make a fairly level traverse up to an old road track. Head back down to the Frog Lake Buttes-Frog Lake Trail Junction, and keep straight for Lower Twin Lake. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Reach the Frog Lake Buttes-Lower Twin Lake Trail Junction, at the shore of Lower Twin Lake and go right. Pass through a clearing and then drop to the campground road and go right. Frog Lake Campground and Day Use area is located in Frog Lake Campground on US Highway 26, 4.5 miles east of Oregon Highway 35. Cross the paved road leading to the campground: the trail runs between this road and Highway 26. (503) 622-3191 In addition to pretty Frog Lake itself, other highlights are a view of Mount Hood from the southern summit of Frog Lake Buttes and the sparkling waters of Lower Twin Lake, good for a lazy dip on a hot summer's day. Come to the Pacific Crest-Frog Lake Trail Junction, where the sign is missing, and go left. Frog Lake provides several activities including fishing, hiking and swimming. Due to COVID-19, all offices are temporarily closed to in-person visits. Please call or email us! (541) 352-6002 There's a great view north to Mount Hood from the picnic area (Frog Lake Trailhead), and huckleberries can be prolific along the east shore in August. Frog Lake is a Cree community approximately 207 km (129 mi) east of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.It is located 11 km (6.8 mi) northeast of the Hamlet of Heinsburg and 13 km (8.1 mi) southwest of the Fishing Lake Metis Settlement.. Frog Lake has 2,454 band members as of August, 2007.