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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

Recreation Sites

Welcome to the Bureau of Land Management's Lakeview District. The public lands we manage vary from the mixed conifer forests on the east slope of the Cascade Mountains to the beautiful high desert country of Oregon's Outback. Among the special areas that the Lakeview District manages are two impressive wetlands: the 51,000-acre Warner Wetlands in Lake County, and the 3,200-acre Wood River Wetlands in Klamath County. Both are stop-over points or nesting areas on the Pacific Flyway for millions of migrating waterfowl each year, making them favorite places of many bird watchers.

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Site Name and Description Activities Facilities
Christmas Valley Sand Dunes

Fees: No fees are associated with this site.

Christmas Valley Sand Dunes

Welcome to the Christmas Valley Sand Dunes, the largest inland shifting sand dune system in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. This ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Geological Sightseeing Hiking Hunting Off-Highway Vehicle Camping Camp Sites Interpretive Trail Picnic Sites Restrooms
Crack-In-The-Ground

Fees: none

Crack-In-The-Ground

Crack in the Ground is a volcanic fissure over two miles long and up to 70 feet deep in Lake County Oregon. The length of the fissure ...   more>>

Geocaching Hiking Historic Site Investigation Watchable Wildlife Restrooms (Accessible) Trails
Derrick Cave

Fees: None

Derrick Cave

A lava tube 30 feet high, 50 feet wide and 1/4 mile long. Derrick Cave was named for H.E. Derrick, a pioneer rancher in the Devils ...   more>>

Geological Sightseeing Hiking Camping Trails
Doherty Hang Glide Launch Site

Fees: No fees are associated with this site.

Doherty Hang Glide Launch Site

The town of Lakeview is nationally known as the Hang Gliding Capitol of the West. Doherty Slide Hang Glider Launch Site has become ...   more>>

Hang Gliding
Duncan Reservior Campground

Fees: none

Duncan Reservior Campground

Duncan Reservoir facilities include a boat ramp, vault toilet, picnic tables, and fire grates. Camping, picnicking, fishing, and swimming ...   more>>

Canoeing Fishing Hiking Kayaking Camping Camp Sites Picnic Sites Restrooms
Gerber Recreation Area

Fees: $7.00 camping $2.00 day use

Gerber Recreation Area

While Gerber North and South Campgrounds are open yeararound, full amenities such as restroom maintenance, garbage collection, and ...   more>>

Rafting Fishing Hiking Hunting Mountain Biking Watchable Wildlife Camping Boat Ramps Camp Sites Interpretive Trail Picnic Sites Restrooms (Accessible) Trails
Green Mountain Camp Ground

Fees: none

Green Mountain facilities include a vault toilet, picnic tables, and fire grates. This camping area gives the visitor a panoramic view ...   more>>

Geological Sightseeing Hiking Camping Camp Sites Picnic Sites
Highway Well Rest Area

Fees: No fees are associated with this site.

Highway Well Rest Area

Road weary travelers on Highway 395 between Lakeview and Burns can enjoy a picnic lunch at Highway Well Rest Area where picnic and ...   more>>

Watchable Wildlife Picnic Sites Picnic Shelter Restrooms (Accessible) Drinking Water
Klamath Wild and Scenic River

Fees: No fees are associated with this site.

Klamath Wild and Scenic River

The Upper Klamath River has a lengthy use season thanks to the steady water releases from the J.C. Boyle Dam and Powerhouse. PacifiCorp,...   more>>

Rafting Fishing Fly Fishing Hiking Historic Site Investigation Hunting Mountain Biking Watchable Wildlife Camping Camp Sites Picnic Sites Sanitary Disposal Stations Restrooms (Accessible) Trails
Lake Abert and Abert Rim

Fees: none

Lake Abert and Abert Rim

Lake Abert is Oregon's only saltwater lake is a desolate place that is a popular stopover for migratory waterfowl. It's located ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Geological Sightseeing Hiking Historic Site Investigation Watchable Wildlife Trails
Lost Forest

Fees: none

Lost Forest

An unusual stand of ancient ponderosa pine forest growing out of the sand is the outstanding feature of the Lost Forest Research ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Geological Sightseeing Hiking Watchable Wildlife Camping Camp Sites
Sunstone Collection Area

Fees: No fees associated with this site.

Sunstone Collection Area

The Oregon Sunstone Public Collection Area allows visitors to enjoy collecting these rare and beautiful gems in their natural setting.   more>>

Mineral Collecting Picnic Sites
Topsy Campground

Fees:

Topsy Campground

Topsy Campground features 13 campsites in a ponderosa pine forest on the shores of JC Boyle Reservoir. Facilities include a concrete ...   more>>

Canoeing Fishing Hiking Kayaking Watchable Wildlife Camping Boat Ramps Boat Ramps (Accessible) Camp Sites Camp Sites (Accessible) Picnic Sites Restrooms Restrooms (Accessible)
Warner Wetlands

Fees: No fees are associated with this site

Warner Wetlands

Numerous recreational opportunities exist for bird watching, hunting, fishing, camping, and boating however, most of these activities ...   more>>

Rafting Fishing Hiking Hunting Watchable Wildlife Interpretive Trail Picnic Sites Picnic Shelter Restrooms (Accessible)
Wood River Wetland

Fees: No fees associated with this site.

Wood River Wetland

Facilities include paved parking, a trail, a canoe launch, picnic areas and benches, toilets, and interpretive signs. There is no ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Rafting Fishing Hiking Hunting Mountain Biking Watchable Wildlife Boat Ramps Interpretive Trail Picnic Sites Restrooms (Accessible) Trails
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