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Frog Pond Campground

Elevation: 1,900 Feet (592.3 Meters)
Handicapped Accessible: No
Length of Stay: 14 Days
Number of Sites: 3 Campsites
Reservation Status: Not Accepted

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General Description

Lake Oogaromtok, locally named Frog Pond, is a small lake stocked
with trout. The drive to the campground is scenic and offers views of the river corridor below. The campground itself is a small one with just three family sites. The area is normally open from May through October. Overnight use is free, however, drinking water and trash removal are not provided. The campground can be difficult to find, so follow the directions with care.

Directions from Orleans: Travel north on State Hwy. 96 for 24 miles to FS 14N69. This road is easy to miss and is located just just past a bridge that crosses the Klamath River. The turnoff is a รพ of mile before the Dillon Creek campground. Follow 14N69 for 2 miles to its end at a three wayintersection. Turn left onto 14N21. After several miles turn onto Road 13N13 (a dirt road) which will lead to the campground.

Seasonal Information:
Normal Services Available: May through October (NOTE: The campground may be accessible beyond these dates.) .

Fee Information
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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Camping Frog Pond Campground
ICON Fishing Trout
ICON Hiking & Walking Ukonom Ranger District
ICON Lakes & Reservoirs Lake Oogaromtok
ICON Swimming & Waterplay Lake Oogaromtok
ICON Viewing Scenery Ukonom Ranger District
ICON Viewing Wildlife Ukonom Ranger District

Related Activities
Dillon Creek Campground - Dillon Creek is host to a cascading natural spring, a wonderful natural swimming hole, and sheltered campsites which are carved into the mountain slopes.

More Information

Visitor Information:

California Travel and Tourism Commision, P.O. Box 1499 , Sacramento, CA, 95812-1499, Phone: 800-862-2543


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