Blue Lake Regional Park

This listing is provided by Explore Troutdale

A 64-acre natural lake fed by underground springs, Blue Lake provides opportunities for boating, fishing and swimming, and makes a beautiful backdrop for hundreds of family picnics, community events and special programs throughout the year.

Privately owned watercraft are allowed on the lake for the purpose of angling typically between October 1 and April 30, as long as they do not exceed 14 feet in length (17 feet for canoes) and 3.0 horsepower in motor capability.

Other things to do:

  • Blue Lake is stocked annually with trout to improve your luck from the park’s universally accessible fishing pier. Anglers under 13 can fish without a license. All angling must be in accordance with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife regulations.
  • The new natural discovery garden invites visitors to experience the wonders of nature while learning to garden naturally.
  • Park visitors can enjoy basketball, archery, volleyball, softball, horseshoes, playgrounds, walking and biking.
  • The wetland area at the west end of the park offers a wildlife viewing platform and perimeter trail.