Landscape architecture firm LANDinc was the design lead in collaboration with West 8 Urban Design & Landscape Architecture. 70220 E Highway 26 Follow on-screen instructions to pay, and be sure to take your ticket back when prompted. The trail crosses wetlands that provide bird watching opportunities. Drive to a parking lot exit and insert your paid ticket into the machine to exit. The trail starts at either end of the dam. This trail was built to be barrier free. There are great views of Mount Hood along this trail. Sandy, OR 97055, Hood River Ranger District Overhead illuminated signs and pavement markings must be followed, as traffic direction is specific to each lot. Click here for the latest COVID-19 information. (Daily or monthly passes are available for purchase at the pay stations, instructions are displayed at top of station.). It provides spectacular views of majestic Mt. Drive carefuly and watch for pedestrians. Hood as we walked the entire lake trail. Most lanes are one-way traffic. From Portland, OR - travel 31 miles east of Sandy on US Hwy 26 and turn south on Trillium Lake Loop Road (Forest Road 2656) (across from the Snow Bunny Snopark). Forest Service Home | USDA.gov | recreation.gov | Recreation Customer Service Standards | USA.gov | Whitehouse.gov, Plug-Ins | FOIA | Accessibility Statement | Privacy Policy | Important Notices | Information Quality, https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/mthood/recarea/?recid=53514, concession operated Forest Service day use site that charges a $5.00 Fee, Zig Zag Ranger District, Zig Zag Ranger Station, White River Fire CLOSURE AREA on Barlow RD. Please use extra caution while crossing the boardwalks. There is adequate on site parking. Visitors may walk to either end of the closed section but it is not possible to walk all the way around the lake at this time. Disabled Parking: 21 Spots on ground level, Disabled Parking: 43 Spots on ground level, Do not leave any items in plain view from windows, Have your vehicle keys ready in your hand when walking through parking lots, Familiarize yourself with the location of the exit, Carry your purse close to you but not wrapped around your neck, shoulder or hand, Remember the location and level where you have parked to get to your vehicle quickly, Park in well lit sections of a parking lot. Pass Option Rate ½ hour rate $3.00 Daily Maximum. Difficulty: Beginner Total Distance: 4.5 mi or 3.6 mi Trail Type: Loop or Out & Back Elevation Gain: 230 ft Trail Condition: Groomed Trail Uses: Snowshoeing or X-Country Skiing Day-use/Parking Pass Required: Sno-Park Parking Permit The campground is well-known for its scenery and abundant recreational opportunities, as well as being a great, family-friendly place to camp. Dufur, OR 97021, Clackamas River Ranger District It's a 4.4 mile round trip from Trillium Sno-Park. This is a flat, well-maintained, wide trail with many places for mountain and lake picture spots, as well as the variety provided as it veers NW up and around a large marshy area with wildflowers, lilly pads, and woodland views. $25.00 . The trail is popular and is mostly gentle terrain with a picturesque lake, meadow, and a view of Mt. The access trail is steep and it recommended that beginner and intermediate skiers walk down it. (503) 622-3191 Hood, Oregon's highest point. Dogs must on a leash on the Trillium area ski trails. It is mostly level for the entire length. The access trail is steep and it recommended that beginner and intermediate skiers walk down it. This is a very kid-friendly trail. The project was managed by Infrastructure Ontario and was sponsored by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. 09/26/20: CLOSED for season due to windstorm damage. When arriving at the parking entrance, push the green button to obtain your ticket. Restricted Forest Office Access- Call or email us! Winter: Trillium Lake Loop Trail is a 3.6 mile loop from the Trillium Access Hill. The project took three and half years to complete of which construction took over two years. Its distance and easy terrain make it a great family hike, particularly for those with strollers or with limited mobility. 16400 Champion Way (541) 352-6002 It's a 4.4 mile round trip from Trillium Sno-Park. Barlow Ranger District Hood. Parkdale, OR 97041, Zigzag Ranger District 6780 Highway 35 Please follow posted signage within parking lots. (971) 333-4100 Take Trillium Lake Loop Road (Forest Road 2656) for 2.5 miles, passing Trillium Lake Campground and Day Use Area turns. 5 multi-use H PASS . 780 NE Court St Parking Fees: NW Forest Pass, or $5/day (if you didn’t have cash during your visit, validate your parking with the ZigZag Ranger District Office: (503) 622-3191) If you have your trip booked to Trillium Lake months or weeks prior, I highly recommend reserving a spot in advance. I've got the 4WD, but I never had to put on my chains. Day Pass. $16.00. A portion of the boardwalk is closed due to the need to replace a section of rotting wood. 16400 Champion Way Trillium Lake is a truly beautiful lake with an impressive view of Mount Hood in the background providing a double image with its lake reflection for photographs. The boardwalks at Trillium Lake may be difficult for some people with mobility issues to navigate. The road will bear right and go down to the lake’s dam. Zigzag, OR 97049, Forest Headquarters The park was developed through a consortium. Pay stations accept credit cards (Visa, MasterCard or American Express) or cash (bank notes and/or coins). Credit cards are the ONLY accepted method of payment at the parking lot exit. Due to COVID-19, all offices are temporarily closed to in-person visits. My wife and I arrived at Trillium Lake about 7:45am and were rewarded with stunning views of Mt. Hood. You will need this ticket again at the exit ramp. Parking is just before the dam. Before returning to your vehicle, locate one of the parking pay stations. Please call or email us! (FR 2612) partially CLOSED. Dogs must be on a leash on the Trillium area ski trails. Important - Take this ticket with you, and keep it with you at all times. There are easy walks around the lake to offer a different perspective of the gorgeous lake. Trail System operated by Forest Service and groomed by citizen volunteers. The trail is popular and is mostly gentle terrain with a picturesque lake, meadow, and a view of Mt. Trillium Lake Campground is a beautiful and popular campground not far from the quaint town of Government Camp. Parking is what you'd expect at a busy park in the snow, but not terrible. TRILLIUM LAKE SNOWSHOE HIKE. (541) 467-2291 Sandy, Oregon 97055. $70.00 *$7.00 per day* Winter: Trillium Lake Loop Trail is a 3.6 mile loop from the Trillium Access Hill. The construction company Urbacon was the project lead. The trail begins and ends at the Trillium Lake dam. $40.00 *$8.00 per day* 10 multi-use H PASS. Summer: The 2 mile trail begins and ends on the east side of the dam at Trillium lake campground. Olallie Lake area CLOSED; PCT CLOSED south of Olallie Meadow CG, Still Creek Rd. 71 reviews of Trillium Lake "With dedicated tracks for cross-country skiing & snowshoeing, this is a lovely winter spot, just past the Government Camp Loop/Ski Bowl mess. The Trillium Lake Trail goes around Trillium Lake and through Trillium Lake Campground. There are a few benches along the trail. The trail surface is a combination of wooden boardwalk and very finely compacted rock.