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Wallowa Lake State Park
Wallowa Lake (Northern tip)
Type Public, state
Location Wallowa County, Oregon, United States
Operated by Oregon State Parks and Recreation Department

Wallowa Lake State Park is a state park located in northeast Oregon in the United States. It is at the southern shore of Wallowa Lake, near the city of Joseph in Wallowa County. Wallowa Lake State Park has a variety of activities within or near the campground to provide fun for everyone. "Hiking wilderness trails, horseback riding, bumper boat, canoeing, miniature golf or ride a tramway to the top of one of the mountains (a rise of 4,000'). Wildlife is abundant in the area.[1]

Contents

Amenities

  • Accessible camping
    • Tent/Full Hookup/Yurts/Cabins/Tepees
      • Reservable group tents
        • Showers
        • Dump station
  • Hiker/Biker friendly
    • Walking/Hiking trails
Wallowa Lake State Park
Latitude: 45.284626 N Longitude: -117.203484 W
Size 90 Tent Capacity, 121 Full Hookup Sites, 2 Yurts, 1 Deluxe Cabin
  • Playgrounds/Picnicking
  • Wildlife watching
    • Bird watching
    • Terrestrial mammal watching
  • Lake
    • Fishing (Trout)
    • Swimming
    • Marina
      • Boating
        • Boat ramp
  • Interpretation Services
  • Year-round Restrooms
    • ADA restrooms
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Reservations

To make reservations at Wallowa Lake Park, you can call anywhere from 2 days to 9 months before you plan on arriving. This counts back to the closest weekday, so if you plan to stay on a weekend, you will have to reserve the closest weekday available. You can make reservations online at; Reserve America, or over the phone; 800-452-5687. Reserve America is open Mon.-Friday 8am. to 5pm. except holidays.

Day Passes

Day passes are sold in yellow machines that are on site in the park, or in the toll booth near the park entrance. Each day pass is valid in any state park for the date it is issued. Veteran's may visit state parks free.

Jr.Rangers

Children between the ages of 6 and 12 years old can join the Jr. Rangers and get involved with a variety of learning activities about plants and animals throughout the park. This program takes place in the campground area and is instructed by park staff. This program offers various duties and awards to the kids throughout the duration of the educational course.

Park rates

(subject to rate changes; winter, emergency or other closures)

  • October 1 to April 30 (Discovery Season)
    • Full rate: $17
    • Tent site: $13
    • Hiker/Biker: $4
    • Yurt: $29
    • Deluxe cabin: $58
    • Extra vehicle: $5
    • Group (tent): $42
  • May 1 to September 30
    • Full rate: $21
    • Tent site: $17
    • Hiker/Biker: $4
    • Yurt: $29
    • Deluxe cabin: $80
    • Extra vehicle: $5
    • Group (tent): $64

See also

References

  1. ^ Oregon.gov

External links

Coordinates: 45°17′05″N 117°12′13″W / 45.284626°N 117.203484°W / 45.284626; -117.203484


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