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Antilon Lake Campground
Campground Description: Antilon Lake Campground is owned and operated jointly by the US Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management. Antilon Lake Campground is best accessed by 4 wheel drive, high clearance vehicles. RVs, even truck mounted campers, may well be an unfortunate choice. Very small boat trailers (10 foot long boat or less) can be towed in with a great deal of care. Internal combustion powered boats are prohibited on the lake. Swimming in Antilon Lake is not recommended per the US Forest Service. All water must be brought in because there is no source at Antilon Lake. Because of the hot summers, spring and fall are the choice seasons for camping at Antilon Lake Campground. Reservations are not possible.Lake Chelan Golf Course
Number of Sites: Dispersed camping therefore the number of tent camping sites is undetermined.
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: From the town of Chelan - drive 6.4 miles on State Highway 150 towards Manson. Turn right onto Wapato Lake road and follow for 2.3 miles to Upper Joe Creek Road, which becomes Grade Creek Road #8200. Continue on to Antilon Lake Campground.
Fishing: Good fishing for Brown Trout - 20" brownies have been reported. Detailed information can be found at: Antilon Lake Fishing
Astronomy Opportunities: Very good but watch for dusty conditions. The exact location for computerized telescopes is 47.9754° N, 120.164° W
Nearby Golfing:Lake Chelan Golf Course PO Box 1669 135 E Johnson Chelan, WA 98816
Contact Information:Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Headquarters 215 Melody Lane Wenatchee, WA 98801 (509) 664-9200 Antilon Campground
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Antilon Lake is a beautiful destination for camping and fishing
There are 2 modern pit toilets at Antilon Lake Campground
The boat launch at Antilon Lake Campground is unpaved
One of many camping areas at Antilon Lake Campground
A few of the camp sites at Antilon Lake Campground offer views of the lake
Several of the campsites at Antilon Lake are big enough for large groups of people
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