Chopaka Lake Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Chopaka Lake and the campground that bears its name sit on top of Chopaka Mountain in the rolling, sage-covered Okanogan uplands of eastern Washington. The lake is surrounded by open fields of grass and sagebrush intermixed with dense forests of Douglas fir and ponderosa pine.
The campground covers only 10 acres, but the 5,500-acre Chopaka Mountain Wilderness Study Area is right outside your tent flap or RV door. Only canoes, kayaks, and small boats are permitted on the lake. There are hiking trails in the Chopaka Mountain Wilderness Study Area, but no vehicles, including mountain bikes, are permitted there."