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The Vulcan Lake Trail is 1.4 miles long and offers a very pleasant picnic or camping spot within the Kalmiopsis Wilderness at Vulcan Lake.

With a sparkling blue-green body of water at the foot of Vulcan Peak, the Vulcan Lake Trail offers a very pleasant picnic or camping spot within the Kalmiopsis Wilderness. Easily accessible, this naturally barren lake and surrounding area offer unique geological and botanical sights. For safety, firearm shooting is not allowed within the lake area. Campers - consider the use of camp stoves as fuel wood is scarce and trees should not be cut down.

Facilities at the trailhead include a bulletin board, registration, parking, picnic tables, a toilet and trash collection.

Directions: From Brookings, Travel northeast on County Road 784 (North Bank) to Forest Service Road 1376. Follow 1376 northeast to Forest Service Road 1909 east and the trailhead at road's end (32 miles from Brookings).

Elevation: 3,750 feet

Distance: 1.4 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon

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