Hebo Lake Campground
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Hebo Lake Campground offers hiking and year-round fishing. There are 15 sites and the facilities include a vaulted toilet, parking at camp sites, trailer sites, water, shelter and refuse receptacles. The water and refuse receptacles are not available from November-March. In addition, the site provides access to a barrier free trail around the lake as well as the eight mile historic Pioneer-Indian Trail to South Lake.