The campground is located at 3600-foot elevation. It has 57 campsites, including several tent-only sites and 5 double sites, which can accommodate up to 12 people each. Fishing and canoeing in Trillium Lake. Several unimproved roads in the area are great for mountain biking or hiking, and lead variously to the edge of the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness and to the Wild and Scenic Salmon River.
In the winter, the Trillium Lake basin has a complex system of roads which are left unplowed for Nordic skiing. They have been groomed in past years; a donation is requested at a box near the road. The trails range from a fairly flat loop around the lake to spurs of varying length and difficulty. One spur, out Sherar Burn Road, is closed to snow machines from January 1 of each year. This is a popular area that receives a lot of use. A sledding hill is across the street at Snow Bunny Sno-Park, and there are additional trails there. A Sno-Park permit is required to park at either location in the winter.
Directions: From Sandy, go 28 miles east on US 26 and about 2 miles south on Forest Road 2650 and FR 2656.