Hagg Lake Activities


Water skiing, jet skiing, wind surfing, sailing, boating, swimming, and fishing (for fishing license information, call the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife at 1.800.720.6339).


A wide variety of other activities include picnicking, bird watching, hiking, and mt. biking (there are 13 miles of hiking/mt. biking trails surrounding the lake). No equestrian use allowed. There are 10.5 miles of hard surface, multi-purpose shoulders (seven feet wide) along the perimeter road. There are several flora and fauna observation sites within the Park. Flora includes, but not limited to daisies, iris, trillium, orchids, and violets. Fauna includes, but not limited to deer, elk, coyotes, bobcats, beavers. Other wildlife you may encounter includes songbirds and water fowl, such as ducks, geese, blue herons, bald eagles, osprey, and hawks.

Please note - Hagg Lake is a day use facility only / sun-up to sun-down / no overnight camping.


The closest campgrounds to Hagg Lake are:

Stub Stewart State Park 1-800-452-5687

Gales Creek Campground 503-357-2191

Reehers Camp 503-357-2191

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