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EXPERIENCE 

Lakewoods Village Living

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CRATER LAKE

Right in your backyard

When you look at the deep blue waters of Crater Lake up close, it’s pretty easy to see why it’s one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon. Formed by the collapse of the ancient volcano Mt. Mazama, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in America, leaving all who visit its waters in awe. There are many different ways to see the lake. You can bike or drive the 33-mile rim drive, hike up to the top of a fire lookout tower or down to the water below. You can take a boat tour of the lake in the summer, or cross-country ski or snowshoe your way around the rim in the winter.

It's only a 45-minute drive from Lakewoods Village to the Crater Lake park boundary.

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UPPER KLAMATH CANOE 

TRAIL

One of the country's only marked canoe trail systems

As you travel through any segment of the 9.5 miles of the Upper Klamath canoe trail, you cannot escape the dramatic mixture of marsh, open lake and forest. The meeting of these environments provides a rich habitat for many plant and animal species.

Only a 25-minute drive from Lakewoods Village      

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Forest Foraging

Lakewoods Village offers a bounty of forest foraging options. The elevation of Lakewoods Village makes it optimal for the mushroom forager. With dozens of varieties of mushrooms, you are sure to be amazed. Many edible mushrooms flourish in the rich earth. Experienced mushroomers will delight with the rare morel mushroom popping up in Spring. Other common varieties include King Boletes and coral mushrooms. Fall brings other varieties including Chanterelle, Lion's Mane and Chicken of the Woods.

* Please do not eat any mushroom that you are not 100% sure of its variety, as many species can be poisonous.

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Wild Berries

As the warm summer sun shines upon Lakewoods Village, many delicious berries flourish on the bushes. A neighborhood favorite is the elusive Oregon Huckleberry. This berry can not be cultivated but is found among the many trails of Lakewoods. With a little effort, you can look forward to making a delicious huckleberry pie each summer.

* Please do not eat any berry that you are not 100% sure of its variety, as many species can be poisonous.

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CROSS COUNTRY

SKIING

 The area in and around Lakewoods Village offers plenty of options for the Cross Country skiing enthusiast. Ski our in-community trails, or go out on more than 100 miles of groomed and ungroomed cross-country trails. Scenic splendors await the skier at almost every turn in this region that boasts some of the Pacific Northwest's most famous natural landmarks.

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Crater Lake Zipline

Prepare to fly through the trees on a 9 zipline canopy tour! Walk on 2 sky bridges, rappel twice, and make new friends as you conquer the course together. Knowledgeable guides prep you for the action so all skill levels are welcome. Agest 5 and up. Only a 20 min. drive from Lakewoods Village

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Hiking

Endless adventure and exploration await at Lakewoods Village. Explore the old-growth forest that surrounds Lakewoods Village, hike the Pacific Crest Trail, navigate lava fields, or climb mountain tops for scenic vistas.

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Trails

There are eight community trails throughout Lakewoods Village for use by owners and their guests.  These trails lead through the community and/or out of the community into the surrounding National Forest.  These trails are designed for pedestrian, equestrian, and off-road vehicle use, to be used at one’s own risk in a safe, respectful, and community-friendly manner.

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Sledding

All ages will be delighted with all of the fun sledding opportunities at Lakewoods Village. With most winters providing several feet of snow, all you need is some warm clothes and your favorite sled. Video shown to the right is going down the aptly named Toboggan Circle. 

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Boating

 and Kayaking

Lakewoods Village is conveniently located near 6 beautiful mountain lakes. All lakes are great for boating, fishing, and unlimited exploration.

Being near the foot of Crater Lake country provides several beautiful crystal clear streams and rivers to exlore with your kayak or canoe. You will be able to explore some of the most pristine and clear waters anywhere in the world. 

LAKE OF THE WOODS

Stunning Lake of the Woods is only 4 miles from Lakewoods Village. This beautiful resort features a newly remodeled restaurant, boating, general store, and great fishing. This high mountain historic lake resort sits beside one of the clearest natural lakes found in the Southern Oregon Cascades. One can enjoy cabin life, comfort food, the wonders of nature, and a variety of outdoor recreational activities... summer & winter!

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Mountain Lakes Wilderness Area

Popular recreational activities in the Mountain Lakes Wilderness include hiking, cross-country skiing, camping, and fishing. Fish species are stocked in lakes every other year. Both brook and rainbow trout are stocked in Harriette, Como, and West Lakes. Mystic, Paragon, and South Pass Lakes are only stocked with brook trout. This Wilderness can be accessed by 3 different trails. The Trails are Clover Creek, Mountain Lakes, and Varney Creek. Lakewoods Village is situated right on the edge of this beautiful protected area.

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FISHING

UNBELIVABLE FISHING ADVENTURES

Fishing at the lakes that surround Lakewoods Village is an experience that should not be missed. With 4 major lakes within 20 miles of Lakewoods Village, you have endless possibilities to get that record-setting fish.

Several varieties of fish can be found in the nearby lakes, which are regularly stocked with German Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Large & Small Mouth Bass, Kokanee Salmon, Yellow Perch, Catfish, Crappie, and more.

Many lakes are open year-round and include the option to ice fish as well. 

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ATV

The in-community trail system within Lakewoods Village connects you to hundreds of ATV trails/roads within the Fremont Winema and Rogue River National Forest systems. Explore new scenic trails each time you go out. 

Snowmobile

The plentiful supply of fresh powder will have you ready to hit the hills on your snowmobile. Hundreds of miles of snowmobile trails lead through dense forests, across open meadows and extend along narrow ridgelines. Spectacular scenery will be all around you. 

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THE PACIFIC CREST TRAIL

The beautiful Pacific Crest Trail goes right by Lakewoods Village. This beautiful trail is one of the best trail experiences on Earth. The trail starts at the Canadian border and ends at the Mexican border. It features some of the most beautiful and diverse lands, including the old growth forest that surrounds Lakewoods Village. 

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Train Mountain

Train Mountain operates the world's longest miniature railroad in the world, with over 37 miles of 7.5" gauge track on 2200 acres. They offer free public train rides during the summer from
Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend.
Saturdays Only from 10 am to 3 pm. Located less than 1 hour away from Lakewoods Village in Chiloquin, Oregon.

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