Due to construction, you may be asked to camp at another space. When the vault toilets are being destroyed, you will be asked to stay 200 feet away from the construction. Click here for more information.
Indian Lake (Lake Hiyúumptipin)is operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and is located 34 miles southeast of Pendleton, Oregon on the Umatilla Indian Reservation.
Lake Hiyúumptipin (which translates as "grizzly bear devouring") offers a relaxing atmosphere to camp, picnic, fish, and boat in the Blue Mountains southeast of Pendleton, Oregon. At an elevation of 4,200 feet, the Indian Lake Recreation Area lies near the crest of the Blue Mountains.
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From Pendleton, Oregon travel 15 miles South on Highway 395 to Pilot Rock, Oregon. On the south end of Pilot Rock, take East Birch Creek Road for 19 miles to Indian Lake.
To find Indian Lake on your GPS, use the following coordinates:
46411 Timíne Way
Pendleton, OR 97801