Cottage Grove Lake
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Cottage Grove Lake is used for boating, swimming, water skiing, fishing, picnicking and camping. There are three designated beach areas, two campgrounds, two boat ramps and three picnic areas. All of the facilities at this lake are managed by The Army Corps of Engineers.
The lake and its shoreline set in the gently rolling hills of the Willamette Valley, is used for boating, swimming, water skiing, fishing, picnicking and camping. The Cottage Grove Dam, completed in 1942, stores up to 33,000 acre-feet of water and provides valuable flood control as well as irrigation, recreation and improved navigation downstream. The area is also managed to provide habitat for a wide variety of wildlife species, including waterfowl, blacktail deer, upland game birds, songbirds, bald eagles, osprey and many other species.
: The climate in Oregon varies greatly by region. The coastal region and the regions west of the Cascade Range are generally temperate and wet. Temperatures in the western portion of the state rarely rise above 85 degrees F during the warmest months and rarely dip below freezing during the winter.
Location: Cottage Grove Reservoir is located just south of Eugene. From Cottage Grove, 5 miles S on I-5 and London Road.
Contact Info: Cottage Grove LakeP.O. Box 429LOWELLOR97452-0429541-937-2131
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