About Lost Lake
Lost Lake, in the Okanogan Highlands, holds special importance for OHA and our community. The jewel-like lake, with an alkaline wetland on the south end, and upland forest rising above the lake basin, hosts a bounty of diverse flora and fauna, some of which are found only rarely in our region. The USFS maintains a campground and several non-motorized trails so that visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery and the quiet of the highlands. OHA stewards a 65-acre Wetland and Wildlife Preserve on the south end which is open for non-motorized recreation. Click on the links above to learn more about how we work, learn, and play at Lost Lake.