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Picnicking, camping, boating, swimming and hiking are the most popular activities at Bonneville Reservoir. This lake is managed by The Army Corps of Engineers. Please note: Security measures which close areas or restrict access are subject to change on a daily basis. Closures or restrictions may apply to visitor facilities, fishing access areas, roadways and scheduled tours. Please call 541-374-8820 or 541-374-8344 (OR) 509-427-4281 (WA) to determine current public accessibility.

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Rugged rock walls of the Columbia River Gorge rise to 2,000 feet above the lake. Visitors can experience firsthand the operation of two of the Nation’s largest hydroelectric powerhouses and watch migrating fish traveling upstream at the underwater viewing rooms next to the fish ladders. Bonneville Lock and Dam has three recreation areas, a fishing area, fish hatchery, trails and a visitor center.

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