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The Wood River Day Use Area offers four picnic sites at 4,200 feet elevation. The area offers fully accessible trails, fishing platforms and restrooms, but bring your own drinking water. Picnicking, fishing and wildlife viewing are popular activities. There is no fee for use of the area and tables are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Directions: From Klamath Falls: Travel 20 miles north on County Road 97 then northwest 12 miles on Highway 62 (toward Crater Lake National Park). Finally, proceed one mile north on the Sun Pass Road to the day use area.

Facility Type: Day Use Area

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