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Dog Lake is located Dog Lake is a popular place year round. The lake is 5100' above sea level Dog Lake (208 acres) is both a warm and cold water fishery Camping and facilities are limited as is shore access. Boating is open to any size boat and gas motors. Fish include: Large Mouth Bass, Crappie, Catfish, Perch, and panfish have a home in the lake. The Cutthroat (red-band) trout here are protected. Bank fishing is limited to the north side of the lake. Average Size: Bass 2-10 lbs Techniques: Bass lures do well from a boat. Excellent place for bird watching. There is camping along lakeshore. Day use only at the boat launch. Recommended Season: Maintained from June 1 through October 15th.

Boating (5 mph speed limit).
Bird watching.
Wildlife viewing.

17 tent and trailer sites.
Picnic tables and fire grates.
Horse corrals and 5 hitching rails.
As to Drinking Water, The Park said that it was broken and will
fix it. But we recommend you contact them or bring backup water, etc..
This info may change so Call the Chamber to verify this 541-947-6040 
Directions to Dog Lake
From Lakeview Ranger District Office:
Go 2 miles south on Highway 395, and turn right on Highway 140. Take Highway 140 west for 10 miles, then turn left on County Road 1-13. Go on County Road 1-13 for 4 miles and turn right on County Road 1-11D. Go on County Road 1-11D for 4 miles and the road turns into Forest Road 4017. Stay on 4017 for 12 miles, going past Drews Reservoir, and you should see the Dog Lake signs.

To US Forest Service-Campgrounds fees, dates, hours: SEE WEBSITE

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