The trail offers numerous viewpoints of the lake, Still Creek drainage and Mt. Hood. Swimming, fishing, picnicking and camping are enjoyed at the lake.
The Veda Lake trail is a short 1.2 miles to the Lake. The trail climbs up from the trailhead, over the ridge and then switchbacks down to the lake.
Follow US 26, 0.4 miles east of Government Camp turning south on Road 2650 to Still Creek Campground. Drive through the campground for 1 mile. (The road becomes Perry Vickers Rd). Turn right onto Chimney Rock Road and continue 0.5 miles to a four-way junction. Cross the intersection onto Road 2613 (Sherar Burn Rd), a rough gravel road. Head south 3.5 miles to Fir Tree Dispersed Campground. The trailhead is located on the north side of the road.
|Northwest Forest Pass||Not required|
|Distance||1.2 Miles One Way|
|Snow Free||June to November|