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Lakes & Reservoirs: Oregon > Deschutes National Forest > Crescent Ranger District

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Meek Lake

Elevation: 5,580 Feet (1739.4 Meters)
Size: 14 Acres




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General Description

Meek Lake is 14 acres in size and 38 feet deep. The lake has populations of brook and cutthroat trout. This trail meanders through stands of mature lodgepole and mountain hemlock. The trail to the lake offers access to Effie and Snell Lakes.

Directions from Crescent Lake Junction: Via State Highway 58, turn south onto highway going to Crescent Lake. Take first paved road, FRS #60, after crossing the railroad tracks. Follow this road for 5 miles. Turn right on Forest Service Road #6010 going to Summit Lake. Approximately 5 miles up Road #6010, Trail #43 crosses the road.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Open: Spring through Fall .



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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Fishing
Yes
ICON Hiking & Walking Snell Lake Trail offers access to the lake.
Yes
ICON Lakes & Reservoirs Meek Lake
Yes



Related Activities
Snell Lake Trail - This trail meanders through stands of mature lodgepole and mountain hemlock. It provides access to Effie, Snell and Meek Lakes. Biking is allowed on the southern portion of the Snell Lake Trail.



More Information

Visitor Information:

Crescent Ranger District, P.O. Box 208 , Crescent, OR, 97733, Phone: 541-433-3200, Fax: 541-433-3224

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