Fall Creek Lake
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Fall Creek Lake has many recreation options. There are three day use areas managed by the Army Corps of Engineers; Drinkwater, Tuffi and Nelson Creek. There are also seven parks managed by the State of Oregon which include campgrounds, RV parks, boat ramps and day use areas.
This scenic 1,852 acre lake is surrounded by 22 miles of forested shoreline, providing many opportunities for outdoor recreation such as boating, water skiing, hiking and wildlife viewing. The land surrounding the lake is protected and managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide habitat for many species of waterfowl, upland game and non-game wildlife.
: 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: Fall Creek Lake is 25 miles southeast of Eugene, OR and 16 miles from Springfield off of Jasper Lowell Road.From Eugene, 25 mi. SE on OR 58 and Lowell-Jasper Rd.
Contact Info: Fall Creek LakeP.O. Box 429LOWELLOR97452-0429541-937-2131
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