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.
How we support and collaborate with landowners to protect and restore wetlands
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