Olive Lake Campground, Blue Mountains, Oregon - Umatilla National Forest

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Olive Lake Campground Details

No Potable Water
  • Campground Rating:
    5.0
  • Number of Campsites: 28
  • Avg. Overnight Fee: $12
  • Drinking Water: No
  • Toilets: Vaulted
  • Camphost on Site: Yes
  • Fires Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Service: Unknown
  • Season: Memorial Day - - November
  • Nearest Store (Miles): 12
  • GPS: 44.783904,-118.598276
  • Elevation: 6,000 ft.
  • Showers: No
  • Firewood for Sale: Yes

Olive Lake Campground Description

Olive Lake Campground is located in the Umatilla National Forest in Eastern Oregon.  The Campground rests on the edge of Olive lake high in the Blue Mountains roughly 12 miles East of the old mining town Granite.

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Rated 5.0 out of 5
September 7, 2016

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  1. Awesome campground! Especially nice after traditional camping season. Great for kayaking, canoeing and fishing. There is a nice trail around the lake and a lot of wildlife.

  2. I have never camped there, but have visited the day use area. It is beautiful up there, serene.well worth visiting

  3. Found this place, just on a drive out, Just so peaceful, was not open fully yet so totally empty, so stunning, even on a cloudy damp day, we walked about for an hour, Lots of History too. Lack of drinking water so be well prepared, well worth a night or two, going to try get there our selves this year… adding some snaps to the ones listed

  4. Very good camp ground. Many sites with direct access to lakes. several beautiful hike in camp sites that are within feet of the lake (only 100yds or less from main road too. Several wonderful hiking trail. Very nice docks. Decent fishing. Most camp sites are isolated enough that even though its a pay campground you don’t feel like your in a subdivision.