Our day on Blair Lake was amazing!
The lake is surrounded by beauty. The area for camping is primitive, lush and mossy.
The road up was really washboard, but we were in the Jeep so it was no problem.
Don't take your Momma's car up here, it is a rugged ride.
Bring everything you need to Blair.
There is a bathroom and a few camp spaces but all in all you better be prepared.
It is not pull in camping. Some of the spots are a walk, so pack accordingly... meaning don't pack heavy. A wagon may or may not be helpful.
We did not spend the night- But what a splendid day
There are no motorized boats allowed so we enjoyed our inflatable kayak.
Blair Lake is only 20 feet deep and a cozy 35 acres.
Approximately 18 miles northeast of Oakridge, Oregon.
Starting at the Oakridge Post Office (48264 East 1st Street), drive east along East 1st for 0.7 miles where East 1st becomes Salmon Creek Road. Note that Salmon Creek Road is also Forest Road (FR) 24 once past the National Forest Boundary. Follow Salmon Creek Road/FR 24 for 8.2 miles until the junction of Forest Road 1934 on your left. Turn left on 1934 and follow for 7.4 miles until the junction of Forest Road 1934-733. Follow the 733 spur for 1.5 miles until it ends at the camp.
We brought our inflatable kayak.
Curt looked at me funny when I took out 2 umbrellas. But in the middle of a sunny lake those umbrellas came in handy.