Dead Horse Lake Campground
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The Deadhorse Lake Campground offers nine tent / trailer sites and seven group camping sites in a high mountain lake setting with grassy and pebble beaches. Accommodations include drinking water – hand pump and a boat launch and separate day use area.
Activities include hiking loop trails connect with Deadhorse Rim and Campbell Lake, fishing for stocked rainbow trout, swimming and boating (electric motors only, 5 mph speed limit).
The campground is full most holidays and weekends and campsites are on a first-come, first-served basis; reservations not taken. Please bring your own firewood or gather nearby for camp use.