Address 1: Suttle Lake
Open: Open from May 1 through Oct 15
Number of Sites: 33
ReservatiContentons: Yes - Check Recreation.gov for information
Link Creek is the most popular of the three Suttle Lake campgrounds. It has sites that are mostly flat with easy access to the water. Link Creek stays open longer than the others and opens earlier for the convenience of the all-season boaters. The best RV sites are found here. And there are three YURTS that are available year around. Next to Suttle Lake, this campground offers hiking opportunities in the summer and cross country skiing and snowshoeing opportunities in the winter. There is a boat launch within this campground.
Link Creek campground features a boat ramp, waste water dumps, four double vault toilets, a pressurized water system, and campsites that are located close to the lake. About 60% of Link Creek’s campsites may be reserved, but some of the best campsites are still available for the first come first serve camper. There are three yurts open during the summer and winter to rent as well. The YURTS have a bunkbed with a double on the bottom and single on the top and a double fold out futon. It also has a table and a couple of chairs. There is a wood stove and often there is some wood left to get a fire burning. Bring your own bedding, lantern and eating essentials.
Fees: Per night, per site fee: $16/first vehicle; $8/each additional vehicle. Multi-site: $30.
Recreation Pass Site: $5 Day Pass or $30 Annual Pass or other valid Recreation Passes.
Yurt fees: May 1 – Oct. 31: $30, Nov. 1 – April 30: $40 (2011)
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Restrictions Maximum site spur length is 50 feet.
RV Camping: This is an ideal site for RVs.
Directions: From Sisters, travel 13.2 miles northwest on Hwy 20, then 2.3 miles west on Forest Road 2070.