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Lake Owyhee offers visitors, hiking, swimming, boating, fishing picnicking, animal watching and historic sites.

A boat trip up the lake from the park is one of the many not-to-be-missed experiences in eastern Oregon. Look closely! Bighorn sheep and pronghorn antelope live here, as do golden eagles, coyotes,mule deer, wild horses and (rarely) mountain lions. Critters aren’t your game? Rockhounds and hikers are welcome to this wilderness paradise. Use the park as your base camp to explore the badlands of Oregon.

Vital stats: Food, marine fuel and ice are all available. All campsites are first-come, first-served. Two tepees are reservable by phone. The campground offers 30 electrical sites and 10 tent sites (maximum site 55 feet). The park is open March – November.

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  1. Wild Beauty in the Owyhee Canyonlands

    written by Heidi Hagemeier on August 20th, 2015

    In Southeastern Oregon, far from the state’s signature moss-dripped forests, lies one of the most remote stretches of the American West. Only three paved roads cut across the Owyhee Canyonlands, a region of undulant sagebrush hills, rivers and…

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