At Aspen Point, overnight visitors have their pick of 40 different sites. These are a combination of a few different options. The base rate sites are for single families or individuals. There are also double sites which are $44 per evening and can sleep up to 8. Group sites available for parties of up to 100, and come priced at $95 per night. None of these campsites come with electrical or plumbing hookups but do include typical amenities like a fire ring, grilling surface, and picnic table. Modern restroom facilities are located in several areas throughout the campground. If you're staying overnight with a dog, make sure they stay in your tent throughout the evening.
Guests looking to catch a fish will enjoy the nearby Lake of the Woods. As one of the few natural lakes available for fishing in the region, Oregon's Lake of the Woods enjoys regular attention from the Forest Service, who check the levels every few weeks. Several species of trout are seen in these waters, as are salmon, yellow perch, and crappie, among others. While Lake of the Woods' waters generally aren't stocked with fish, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife infrequently drops an additional supply of salmon to support the ecosystem. Guests with dogs are welcome to enjoy the shoreline here, provided their companion is on a leash and not bothering other guests.
Boating is also accessible on the Lake of the Woods. While Aspen Point Campground only features a boat ramp, there's a full-service marina found to the southeast that offers rentals, long-term storage, and fueling services. If you're bringing your boat, it's essential that your registration is up-to-date and clearly showing on your vessel, as typical state rules apply here. Feel free to bring your canine along for a ride, as long as you keep them clear of the marina and other public facilities.
Readers should note that all prices mentioned here are for Aspen Point Campground, and do not reflect costs for outside parks or attractions.