Come Out & Play

Lake Billy Chinook is full of water, sunny and ready for you!  Round up family and friends — it’s time to drag the boat and RV out of storage, clean it, stock it and come have fun.

Lake Billy Chinook May 28, 2015

Lake Billy Chinook May 28, 2015

Here are 5 Tips to ensure you have a blast!

1) June is a great month to visit and less busy than it will be in the summer.

2) Come mid-week to get the best choice of rentals, campsites and your place on the beach.

3) Call ahead to make a camping reservation.  Just call the helpful folks at Reservations Northwest at 1-800-425-5687 or go online to http://www.oregonstateparks.org

4)  If you don’t have a boat, that’s OK, The Cove Palisades Marina & Resort has all kinds of boats that you can rent.  Call 1 – 877-546-7171 or go online to http://covepalisadesresort.com to check out what they have.

5) Stay hydrated – it gets really hot out here in the summer and it’s important to drink plenty of water.  (See the Know Before You Go tab for more great tips.)

About coveranger

"One's happiness depends less on what he knows than on what he feels." - Liberty Hyde Bailey

Posted on June 18, 2015, in Oregon State Park Information, Water. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Diane Navarrete, member of the Oregon State Parks Team

    Reblogged this on Your Parks "Go Guide" and commented:
    June is a great month to visit The Cove Palisades and Lake Billy Chinook.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

The Cove Rattler

A RANGER BLOG FOR THE COVE PALISADES STATE PARK

Columbia River GORGEOUS

Ranger's blog for state parks in the Columbia River Gorge

NAI Region 10

NAI R10 is a nonprofit professional organization serving NAI members in Alaska, British Columbia, Northern Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Yukon. Our mission is to inspire leadership and excellence to advance heritage interpretation as a profession.

A RANGER BLOG FOR THE COVE PALISADES STATE PARK

High Desert Musings

A RANGER BLOG FOR THE COVE PALISADES STATE PARK

Oregon Observatory RSS

A RANGER BLOG FOR THE COVE PALISADES STATE PARK

Nature Into Action

Connecting with the Natural World

STEAM - EDUCATION

Science rocks!

Pristine farm experience

Just another WordPress.com weblog

Northwest Renewable News

Your Daily Source for Renewable Energy News in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana & Northern California

Volunteer Voice

Oregon Parks and Recreation Department

Cottonwood Canyon State Park

Help make an Oregon State Park

Your Parks "Go Guide"

Oregon Parks and Recreation Department

%d bloggers like this: