Frog Lake Campground

US 26 S., Government Camp, Oregon, United States | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on US 26 S., Government Camp, is near Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, Timberline, and Summit Ski Area.
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    Travel Blogs from Government Camp

    Camping pt 1

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Aug 12, 2014

    My first camping venture during the trip! I picked the Mount Hood area because it's only an hour outside of Portland, where I could find all sorts of backup hotel options in a pinch. But, I mean, what could go wrong?! After chatting with a National Forest Ranger at the Zigzag Station, I had three backup campground options in case my first choice, …

    The Wonders of The Gorge

    A travel blog entry by txherrins on May 30, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... gives me a warm, fuzzy feeling!



    Next came the waterfalls... Latourell, Bridal Veil, Wahkeena, Multnomah, Horsetail! Each is unique with its own loveliness!

    The climax to our perfect day was dinner at Timberline Lodge. Built by the WPA and dedicated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1937, this castle on the slopes of Mt. Hood is a marvel. ...

    Snow

    A travel blog entry by wcattell on May 12, 2014

    5 photos

    The trip up the mountain was quite nice with allot of windy roads, and for those of you who don't ride motorcycles....windy roads are fun on motorcycles as you get to lay the (lean) motorcycle over in the corners. Just prior to the turn off to Mount Hood there was a pine forest full of small timber ski huts, which weren't much larger than a childs cubby-house back-home. Each of the timber huts had wooden shingles and were dripping in long moss as were the branches of ...

    Sad Day

    A travel blog entry by gdsanner on Apr 30, 2014

    I did the lamb feeding this morning, only to sadly see Annie, our female orphan was attacked by a wild animal last night. Brian and I then were tasked with moving all the sheep into a new pasture, as they broke into another one. We thought either because they were spooked by a wild animal or Annie did not make it or because Annie didn't want to go through while the others did, she got attacked. After dealing with the sheep movement, I was tasked ...

    Winding up loose ends & Adios!

    A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Oct 31, 2013

    57 photos

    ... countries might be 50 times the agreement… in some of the cases those governments had no idea how many boats were heading out each day… what their catch was… and how many tons of fish they were pulling out of the water….

    Its understood that as the fish run the Pacific Rim, they get bigger with each month and year that goes by… thus the farther around the rim they travel the larger the catch… no one ...