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Description - Lost Creek Lake is located 30 miles northeast of Medford on the Rogue River in a scenic, mountainous and timbered canyon. Several major public access areas, park sites, boat ramps and a trail system along 30 miles of shoreline offer many recreational activities. McGregor Park, was specifically designed for the convenience of handicapped visitors. The facilities provide easy wheelchair access. A visitor center at the park features exhibits about the project and region. The Cole M. Rivers Fish Hatchery and views of the Lost Creek Dam are also available to visitors.

Attractions - Several major public access areas, park sites, boat ramps and a trail system along 30 miles of shoreline offer many recreational activities. McGregor Park, was specifically designed for the convenience of handicapped visitors. The facilities provide easy wheelchair access. A visitor center at the park features exhibits about the project and region. The Cole M. Rivers Fish Hatchery and views of the Lost Creek Dam are also available to visitors.

Recreation - Several major public access areas, park sites, boat ramps and a trail system along 30 miles of shoreline offer many recreational activities. McGregor Park, was specifically designed for the convenience of handicapped visitors. The facilities provide easy wheelchair access. A visitor center at the park features exhibits about the project and region. The Cole M. Rivers Fish Hatchery and views of the Lost Creek Dam are also available to visitors.

Climate - The climate in Oregon varies greatly by region. The coastal region and the regions west of the Cascade Range are generally temperate and wet. Temperatures in the western portion of the state rarely rise above 85 degrees F during the warmest months and rarely dip below freezing during the winter.

Location - In the scenic Rogue River Valley, offering diversity of recreation opportunities en route to Crater Lake National Park. From Medford, 30 miles NE on OR 62.


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Contact Information:
Lost Creek Lake, 100 COLE M RIVERS DR , TRAIL, OR, 97541-9607, Phone: 541-878-2255

Additional Information:
Oregon Lakes and Reservoirs - This list includes some of Oregon's largest reservoirs, as well as several smaller mountain lakes. These sites offer a full range of water-based outdoor recreation opportunities.
Southern Oregon - Southern Oregon offers a balanced mix of natural, historical and cultural attractions. The centerpiece of Southern Oregon is Crater Lake National Park, Oregons only National Park. Crater Lake is 1,932 feet deep, the deepest lake in the United States.

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