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This is the spot for all types of water sports: fishing, boating, swimming, water skiing, and personal watercraft. The park also offers bird-watching, wildlife viewing, interpretive displays and nature programs.

The park has a large campground bordering the lake. Along with two swimming areas, you’ll find two playgrounds, a wildlife viewing area, and a visitor center with historical exhibits and a store with gifts, ice, soft drinks, firewood, souvenirs and educational toys.

Vital stats: The campground is open March – November. A small day-use fee is charged, or buy a $25 annual permit for access to all state park day-use areas. The campground has 107 full hookup, 70 electrical, 134 tent (maximum site 60 feet), 82 boat slips. For information only, call (503)854-3346 or (800) 551-6949. Campsites are reservable. To make reservations, call (800)-452-5687.

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