{"results":{"recreation":[{"ID":"6734","post_title":"Rainbow Bay Picnic Area","post_content":"Rainbow Bay at Lake of the Woods offers 67 picnic sites at an elevation of 5,000 feet. This site is operated by a concessionaire and offers boating, swimming, fishing, picnicking, and hiking. Amenities include piped water, flush toilets, a group picnic area, a nearby resort and accessible restrooms and picnic sites. There is a fee for use of the area.

","post_name":"rainbow-bay-picnic-area","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"42.3782","lng":"-122.209","distance":"0.1","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/fishing\/hiking\/rainbow-bay-picnic-area\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"7716","post_title":"Aspen Point Campground","post_content":"The Aspen Point Campground offers 60 camp units on the north shore of Lake of the Woods. Other facilities include piped water, drinking faucets, flush toilets, picnic tables, fireplaces, waste water disposal, trailer dump facility, a reservable group site, and a boat launch. Recreation opportunities include fishing, swimming, boating and waterskiing in Lake of the Woods as well as picnicking, hiking and mountain biking.

The Lake of the Woods Resort is nearby and offers gas, groceries, boat rentals, cabins, trailer spaces with full hookups, and a restaurant.","post_name":"aspen-point-campground","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"42.3847","lng":"-122.213","distance":"0.4","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/camping-recreation\/fishing\/hiking\/aspen-point-campground\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6494","post_title":"Sunset Campground","post_content":"Sunset at Lake of the Woods\n

\nSunset Campground is located on the shores of magnificent Lake of the Woods just 32 miles northwest of Klamath Falls on Highway 140 then two miles south on Dead Indian Memorial Road.Facilities include piped water, drinking faucets, flush toilets, picnic tables, fireplaces (barbecues in picnic areas), waste water disposal, and a boat launch. Recreation opportunities at the campground include swimming, waterskiing, fishing and boating in Lake of the Woods in addition to picnicking, hiking and mountain biking.

The Lake of the Woods Resort is nearby and offers gas, groceries, boat rentals, cabins, trailer spaces with full hookups, and a restaurant.","post_name":"sunset-campground","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"42.3722","lng":"-122.197","distance":"1.1","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/camping-recreation\/fishing\/hiking\/sunset-campground\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"1496985","post_title":"Brown Mountain","post_content":"

Brown Mountain is more accessible and a shorter drive than some of the other southern Oregon peaks. An easier climb than Mount McLoughlin (Route 70), Brown Mountain can be combined with its neighboring peak for a double-summit weekend.<\/p>\r\n

Nestled in the Winema Wilderness, Brown Mountain lies in both the Fremont–Winema and Rogue River–Siskiyou national forests. The mountain, surrounded by lava fields, is a slag heap of a cinder cone like Black Butte in central Oregon (Route 40). In winter, there can be plenty of snow, but later in the spring, bring rock skis—there’s a load of talus and scree. Watch for snowmobilers, and be ready for a long trek in on the road.<\/p>\r\n

Start Point: <\/strong>Brown mountain trailhead, 4800 feet
High Point: <\/strong>Brown mountain summit, 7311 feet
Trail Distance: <\/strong>6 miles
Trail time: <\/strong>5 hours
Skill Level: <\/strong>Intermediate<\/p>\r\n

(Trail description courtesy of Backcountry Ski & Snowboard Routes: Oregon by Christopher Van Tilburg<\/a>)<\/em><\/p>","post_name":"brown-mountain","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"42.3888","lng":"-122.252","distance":"3.2","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/snow-sports\/hiking\/brown-mountain\/","terms":"a Snow Sport<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6898","post_title":"Mountain Lakes Trail","post_content":"The Mountain Lakes Trail begins at an elevation of 5,200 feet and climbs up the Seldom Creek drainage, crossing the creek over a footbridge, and gradually ascends through meadows and along volcanic outcroppings. From the mixed conifer setting of the trailhead, the scenery gradually changes to higher elevation mountain hemlock\/subalpine fir forest. After climbing over 2,000 feet in five miles, the trail meets the Mountain Lakes Loop Trail at an elevation of 7,400 feet. Looking back affords a nice view of Mount McLoughlin in the distance. In this dry, windy, high elevation environment, harsh growing conditions cause trees to grow into stunted and contorted shapes. The practice of minimum impact visitation is required to protect the area.","post_name":"mountain-lakes-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"42.3587","lng":"-122.164","distance":"3.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/mountain-lakes-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"}]},"success":true,"html":""}