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Waterskiing, Wakeboarding & Inner Tubing in Oregon Waterways



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Oregon Waterskiing, Wakeboarding and Inner Tubing:

There are numerous lakes and rivers available for waterskiing, wakeboarding, or tubing. The following are the state parks that are allow these activities.

Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park is located 3 miles south of Florence on scenic Highway 101. This park being the second largest overnight camp in the state offers two miles of sand dunes between the park and the ocean and two natural freshwater lakes. Lake Woahink has a public boat ramp.

Devils Lake State Recreation Area is located minutes from downtown Lincoln City.

The Cove Palaisades State Park surrounds Lake Billy Chinook which is located in the high desert region Off US 97, 15 miles SW of Madras.

Prineville Reservoir State Park is located off US 26, 16 miles SE of Prineville. 541-447-4363.

Jasper Point is located on Prineville Reservoir 14 miles SE of Prineville.

Heritage Landing is a popular for jet boaters. It provides access to the Deschutes and Columbia Rivers. The location is off I-84, 17 miles E of The Dalles.

Darby State Park is located on the Historic Columbia River Highway, 4 miles East of Troutdale.

Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site is situated near the mouth of the Sandy River where it flows into the Columbia River. It is 16 miles East of Portland off I-84.

Mayer State Park is located 10 miles West of The Dalles off I-84.

Rooster Rock State Park is located 22 miles East of Portland off of I-84 at exit 25.

Goose Lake State Recreation Area is located 14 miles South of Lakeview.

Ontario State Recreation Site is situated on the west bank of the historic Snake River just 1 mile north of Ontario.

Farewell Bend State Recreation Area, is located on the Oregon/Idaho border 25 miles northwest of Ontario on the banks of the Snake River's Brownlee Reservoir.

Unity Lake State Recreation Area is located on OR 245, 50 miles E of John Day.