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Welcome to Langdon Lake
Langdon Lake is located in the beautiful Tollgate, Oregon mountain area.
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The garbage bins have been moved to the burn pile area. This should help with trespassers who have been dumping illegally and increase security. The burn pile is located on the South side of lake towards the waster water treatment plant. Feel free to call me if you need directions.

Please remember to take your old toilets, TV's, carpet, building supplies, and any other non-sacked garbage items home with you. There is limited area with the bins.

There is still access to the horse corrals through the (old) garbage gate. Call for the new padlock code.

Jerry Smith
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New Main Gate Security and Codes 3/23/2015
To increase security at Langdon Lake Lake, it was decided by the members of the board to change the main gate access code. Code has been changed as of 2 weeks ago. Call me for these numbers. Your remote clicker will still work ok.

In the past we have had a problem with too many contractors and realtors distributing the old code. As advised, I added a 2nd access code. This code is to be given out sparingly to your contractor or realtor. Please remind them to keep the code private and not pass it around. Also, remind them to close the gate behind them..entering AND leaving the property. I will keep the 2nd code current until I see reason to change it otherwise.

Security cameras at Langdon Lake continue to be a major improvement. All vehicles and people are being identified as they enter and exit the property.

Call me for both codes.

Jerry Smith
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The snow has continued to melt quickly at Langdon Lake. As of currently, all roads are open for wheeled vehicles. There are residual spots of snow left over in certain areas, but for the most part, you should be able get to your cabin OR within close proximity of walking distance.

If you have questions about your particular location regarding access, feel free to call me.

Jerry Smith
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We are probably 4-6 weeks ahead of schedule for the muddy season at the lake. With record low snow fall last season, things are moving along quickly. There is currently ice on the lake but is by no means safe to walk or ride a snowmobile on. It won't be long until there is open water and the fish start jumping.

The road driving in past the gate is still considered closed. Access past the dam is not possible at this writing. Please do not attempt this route. If you are stuck, you will be in for a long day of digging and likely calling a tow truck afterwards. Once the road can be driven on, I will take down the big red stop sign posted at the gate. (stating that area is closed to all wheeled vehicles due to snow depth)

The main gate code has been changed. Please call me for the new numbers to punch in at the gate code box. Your remote clicker will still work OK. I still have a few of those available if needed.

A new Oregon Dept. of Forestry fire level warning sign is due to be installed next to our main gate. Please keep a close on eye on this as we might move to "extreme danger" quickly due to lack of snow.

Again, contact me for the new main gate code.

Jerry Smith
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We are currently at 2 feet of snow give or take. Warm days and nights have caused thawing around all areas of the lake property. There is still ice on the lake but it is by no means safe to ride a snowmobile on or walk on. I have been letting water out the spillway for the last 10 days. March weather conditions in January is the gist of it all.

Stay safe out there and be careful.

Jerry Smith
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