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Lake Owyhee State Park, Nyssa

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Lake Owyhee State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Oregon, administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. Bighorn sheep can be found here.
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  • This Oregon state park is just fine. We went in September when it was not crowded, so it was great. Place was clean and nice. I suspect that it is very hot in the summer. We really enjoyed the... 
    This Oregon state park is just fine. We went in September when it was not crowded, so it was great. Place was clean and nice. I suspect that it is very hot in the summer. We really enjoyed the...  more »
  • Traveling there was a little sketchy pulling the boat, the road is barley a 2 lane road. But it was totally worth it. Amazing views and even though the parking lot was jammed full, we saw very few.....  more
    Traveling there was a little sketchy pulling the boat, the road is barley a 2 lane road. But it was totally worth it. Amazing views and even though the parking lot was jammed full, we saw very few.....  more »
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  • This has become our go to camping spot in Eastern Oregon. There is no cell reception, which is amazing for a weekend getaway. Facilities are a bit dated, but usable. The campground is really well maintained and very green, even in the middle of summer.
  • The facilities here are great. This is a great fishery with beautiful scenery. The road to get here is narrow and care must be taken. Camping here is castle free and the campgrounds are well taken care of. We did not see any signs prohibiting fire yet a ranger approached us and had us extinguish the fire. Would have been better to post or make more readily visible the no fire sign.

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