Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Wallowa Lake State Park, Oregon

We spent a few days at Wallowa Lake State Park in eastern Oregon last week, and were really impressed with the campground. Wallowa Lake State Park has 210 sites, of which 121 are full hook-ups, which is nice since that is sometimes rare in state parks. Obvious by the name, the campground is on a very nice lake where there is a marina – if you do not bring your own boat, you can rent one at reasonable rates.

The lake is also stocked, so fishing is also an option and the park offered a very nice fish cleaning station:


In fact, while we were here, we saw salmon spawning!

There are a few restaurants around the lake (which we didn’t try), nightly programs by the state park rangers, and lots of family activities (i.e. bumper boats, arcade, etc…) There were also many deer in the campground - in fact, we saw a couple bucks rutting, but, of course, did not have the camera with us.................






1 comment:

Mary said...

I just got a really good look at this picture and was amazed at how clear the water was...no pollution there...thanks for the pic.

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