Beulah Reservoir & Hot Springs – Eastern Oregon

Beulah Reservoir

Beulah Reservoir, also known as Agency Valley, is situated 15 miles north of the small town of Juntura in the Agency Valley at 3600-foot elevation. The 110-foot-high an earthfill  Agency Valley Dam on the North Fork of the Malheur River was completed in 1935. With the total capacity of 59,000 acre-feet, the…

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Coffenbury Lake – Fort Stevens State Park

Coffenbury Lake - North Lake

Coffenbury Lake is a 56-acre typical coastal lake, containing water of rain falls and snow that was trapped between sandy dunes decades ago. There are no inflowing or outflowing streams. Fluctuation of level depends on seasonal changes in the water table. The narrow but about a mile long, the freshwater…

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Fall Creek Lake – Willamette National Forest

Fall Creek Lake

A man-made Fall Creek Lake is part of what you see along the Fall Creek Recreation Area which is famed for its ample waters bordered by the lush greenery of the Willamette National Forest. A rockfill structure, Fall Creek Dam was built in 1966 to serve for the purposes of…

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Foster Reservoir – Willamette Valley

Foster Reservoir

Nestled between the western slope of the Cascade Range and the folding hills of the Willamette Valley near Sweet Home, Foster Reservoir is one of the 13 reservoirs in the Willamette Valley that was built between 1961 and 1968 by the U.S. Corps of Army Engineer. The reservoir confines water…

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