Seasonal Closures

As winter approaches and temperatures drop, some parts of The Cove Palisades are closing for the season.  These closures include Lower Deschutes Day-Use, the Deschutes Campground, Group Camp and parts of the Crooked River Campground.  Floating restrooms will be pulled off the lake in October.  (please call the park at 541-546-3412 for specific questions.)

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For those visitors seeking solitude this is a great time of year to visit.  Fishing, kayaking on the lake, hiking the Tam A Lau Trail, picnicking in the Crooked River Day-use Area are all wonderful ways to indulge in and enjoy the fall weather.  Day-time temperatures are still warm, the trees in Crooked River Campground will be turning golden and crimson soon, wildlife abounds and you will love the piece and quiet.

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Posted on September 28, 2015, in Events, Oregon State Park Information, seasons, The Park and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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