Warner Mountain Lookout Campground is a popular Oregon State Camping spot suitable for activities such as skiing, snowshoeing and much more. Warner Mountain Lookout Campground is located in Pendleton, OR region close to Oakridge OR in Lane County, Oregon. Warner Mountain Lookout Campground has the GPS coordinates: 43.54972, -122.3775. In addition to Warner Mountain Lookout’s amazing beauty and natural history, Warner Mountain Lookout Campground is an ideal getaway for families who enjoy the great outdoors in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
This is the ski up to Warner Mountain Lookout in the winter on the forest roads. You can rent the lookout and it is a fantastic place to get away for a weekend. The lookout has a heater so it is a great place to hang out after back country skiing all day. Beware; the ski up isn’t something to take lightly. This lookout is remote at an elevation of 5800 feet about sea level. Winter access can range from moderate to difficult. The trip can be very arduous, especially with a heavy snow pack and could take an entire day. Come prepared for driving in winter conditions and carry tire chains and shovel along with other essentials.
Before visiting Warner Mountain Lookout Campground you should contact the local agency for more information. The Direction to Warner Mountain Lookout Campground and weather information can be found by clicking on the Driving Direction link and Weather link in the article. Visitors who have visited Warner Mountain Lookout are encouraged to post reviews of the Warner Mountain Lookout Campground and images they want to share with others.
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- Cabin Rental
Entry to the lookout is by combination lock. Please call 541-782-2283, 5 days prior to your arrival to obtain the combination for the entrance lock. This lookout is only available to rent between November and May 10. There is a 2 night minimum on weekends. Reservations must be made at least 4 days in advance.
This is a very rustic lookout – there are no amenities.
CAUTION: This is a high wind/storm area.
ou must walk, snowshoe or ski approximately 6-10 miles to reach this lookout. Some route segments are exposed ridge tops and subject to strong winds and icy snow conditions.
This lookout is remote at an elevation of 5800 feet about sea level. Winter access can range from moderate to difficult. Renters must plan a full day to ski, snowshoe to the cabin. Weather conditions can change dramatically over a weekend. Care must be used in deciding where to leave your vehicle. The trip can be very arduous, especially with a heavy snow pack and could take an entire day.
There is no potable water at this site. Visitors must bring plenty of water for drinking, cooking and washing.
Please bring your own garbage bags and clean the facility before you leave. This is a “Pack it in, Pack it out” site.
Please bring sleeping bags/bedding, as well as a flashlight or lantern for emergencies, first aid kit, washcloths, towels, and dish soap.
All Forest Service Cabin Rentals are No Smoking facilities. No open flames are allowed in the cabin.
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How to get Warner Mountain Lookout Campground:
Drive south on I-5 from Eugene. Take the Exit for Hwy 58 east. Drive east 34 miles on Hwy 58 through Oakridge. Continue on Hwy 58 about 1 to 1.5 miles east of Oakridge. Turn right towards Hills Creek Reservoir on Kitson Springs Road and proceed 0.2 mile to Forest Service Road (FSR) 21. Turn right. Follow double lane, paved FSR 21 south and southeast for approximately 18 miles. Turn left on gravel FSR 2129. Proceed on 2129 for 8 miles to Spur 439. (You may encounter snow before you reach 439). Turn right at this junction; follow this road for 4 miles to the 342 spur on the left. This is the road to the lookout. The road is gated. Lookout signs along FSR 21 and FSR 2129 will help identify the routes. Orange poles identify the final route through a meadow to the lookout.
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