Hyatt Lake – Southern Oregon

Hyatt Lake
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Hyatt Dam

Hyatt Lake

Hyatt Reservoir



Located within the perimeter of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, 745-acre Hyatt Lake Recreational Area is the solely developed campground. Situated among towering pines and firs, Hyatt Lake is a perfect getaway destination for outdoor lovers. The recreational area offer visitors opportunities for camping, boating, fishing, hiking and swimming.

There are roughly 54 campsites in the main campground suitable for both tents and RVs. The neighboring Wildcat Primitive Campground provides an additional 12 campsites while there are another 5 campsites in the Horse Camp Equestrian Campground.

Anyone who fancies a nice hike can also utilize the Pacific Crest Trail and its associated campgrounds. If camping does not interest you, then the main campground at the lake also offers access to a basketball court, a volleyball court, a children’s playground, boat ramps and docks as well as horseshoe pits. Additionally, the newly renovated resorts offer customers exquisite culinary options alongside the opportunity to turn a visit to Hyatt Lake into an extended vacation.



Cabins are available for all those who wish to enjoy a relaxing overnight stay or perhaps enjoy some wildlife gazing from the comfort of their own deck. Regardless of whether you are a fishing enthusiast, a biker, a hiker or just a nature lover, this spot has something tailor-made to suit your tastes.

A large swim area inside the recreation area is the best place to cool off on a hot summer day. There are a sandy beach and picnic tables inside the recreation area’s gate. The day-use fee at the recreation area is $3 per vehicle.



Directions to Hyatt Lake

Hyatt Lake is located about 25 miles east of Ashland.

From I-5,

  • Take exit 14 in Ashland and turn onto Highway 66 toward Klamath Falls
  • Continue on Highway 66 for 17 miles until you reach the Green Springs Inn
  • Turn left onto the BLM's East Hyatt Lake Road and follow this road for approximately 3 miles until you reach the destionation.

BLM
Phone: 541-618-2200

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