Detroit Lake - Oregon State Parks

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Detroit Lake - Oregon State Parks
Detroit Lake
CAMPGROUND
Reserve early! Reserve campsites one day to
Need to cancel your reservation? Follow these guidelines:
Park Information:
nine monthsin advance by calling 1-800-452-5687
or visiting www.oregonstateparks.org.
If your reservation is for today, call 503-854-3346.
Otherwise, call 1-800-452-5687.
1-800-551-6949
www.oregonstateparks.org
Detroit Lake’s campground offers nearly 300 sites on the
Other Park Features
Boating and Fishing
Camping
Interpretive programs are offered mid-May through midSeptember; schedules are posted at the visitor center and
registration booth. Junior Ranger activities are offered daily
in July and August.
shore of a forest-ringed canyon reservoir in the Cascade
Mountains. The nine-mile-long lake is a popular destination
for fishing, boating, and other water sports. Sightseers enjoy
views of snow-capped Mt. Jefferson in the distance.
Note: All campground loops are open from at least
mid-May through mid-September. F Loop is open
year-round. Most sites are reservable.
•107 full-hookup sites
(sewer, electricity, water)
• Paved parking, picnic tables,
and fire ring at all sites
• 69 electrical sites with water •Showers and flush toilets
•98 tent sites with
•Swimming areas
water nearby
•Firewood for sale
Universal Access
Three campsites (F24, F25, and G30) are accessible to
campers with disabilities.
Camping Rates
Rates for state park campsites are subject to change. You can
get up-to-date information by calling 1-800-551-6949 or
visiting www.oregonstateparks.org.
Limited Parking
Detroit Lake
State Recreation Area
On OR 22, 2 miles W of Detroit
44000 N. Santiam Hwy SE, Detroit, OR 97342
503-854-3346
Latitude: 44.729984 N
Longitude: -122.176582 W
Campsites are limited to eight people and two vehicles
to protect natural resources. Parking for one vehicle is
included in the campsite rate; a second vehicle is subject to
an extra vehicle fee per night. All vehicles must be parked
on the pavement at the site or in a designated parking
area. Once a site has two registered vehicles, no other
vehicle can register to that site. Designated parking areas
at Detroit are assigned and used only for boat trailers and
second vehicles that cannot fit on site pavement. The park
has no overflow parking.
Smoking in Oregon State Parks is allowed only in personal vehicles, RVs,
campsites and portions of day use parks along state highways that are
designated as safety rest areas by the Oregon Department of Transportation.
The campground has horseshoe pits, a basketball court and
a volleyball area; check out equipment from the registration
booth. Loop A has a playground. A 2.7-mile hiking trail runs
the perimeter of the campground.
The Detroit Lake Visitor Center has information on activities and services in the area. Purchase books, gifts, bagged ice,
coffee and soft drinks in the gift store.
Mongold Day-Use Area
Mongold Day-Use Area is located 1.2 miles west of the
campground on Oregon Highway 22. It offers year-round
boating access, weather permitting. Facilities include:
• Large paved boat ramp with seasonal courtesy dock
• Low-water winter ramp
• Enclosed swim area with a grass “beach”
• Restrooms with changing areas
• Picnic area
• 72 single-car and 120 RV/trailer parking spaces
Overnight parking at Mongold is permitted if you are camping
on Piety Island or on a shoreline accessible only by boat.
A valid day-use parking permit is required for all days the
vehicle is in the park.
The park’s fishing dock is accessible from the F loop area.
Anglers can search out rainbow trout, catfish, kokanee
(landlocked blueback salmon), and landlocked Chinook.
Courtesy boat ramps are located in the D and G loops,
with 15-minute time limits for loading and unloading
passengers and gear. Boat trailer parking is available at the
G loop ramp. Overnight boat moorages are available in the
F and H loops and may be rented by registered campers.
Day-Use Parking
Day-use parking permits are required year-round in
both the Mongold Day-Use Area and the Detroit Lake
campground. You will need to display either a daily
permit, a 12- or 24-month permit, or a camping receipt.
Your camping receipt serves as a daily permit for all of
the days you are registered. You can purchase a daily
permit at the entrance booth or from a nearby vending
machine. The 12-month and 24-month day-use permits
are sold at the overnight campground booth and at major
state park offices.
Campground entrance
North Santiam
Mehama State Recreation Area
Lyons
Fishermen’s Bend Park
N
Mill City Gates Niagara
22
Boat ramps and fishing docks
Boat ramp
Detroit Lake
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ut
Detroit Lake
Mongold
Day-use Area
Detroit Lake
Detroit
Piety Knob
Bend/
Sisters
Ro
ad
State Recreation Area
22
North Santiam River
US Forest
Service Office
Mongold Day-use Area
Salem
Blo
Salem
63400-8121 (4/15)
Breitenbush
Campground
Breitenbu
sh River
Detroit
No
Idahna
rth
22
San
tiam
Riv
er
Bend/
Sisters
To day-use area, swimming, boat ramp, picnicking
To Salem (50 miles)
A19
(48)
B26
B25
A27
(49)
A25
(44)
Emergency exit
A29
(34)
A20
A16
B20
B21
A22 A24
A26
A28 A30
A32
A14
A10
B22
A6
A15
B19
B16
C26 C24
C30
A18
(42)
B30
B32
B23
N
A21 A23
(41) (39)
B31
B24
Detroit Lake
22
C29 C27
C22
C5
C7
C3
(47) (47) (44)
A2
E25
C23 C21
C25
C19
C10
(39)
C15
C14
A11
B15
B13
A5
B12
B11
C1
C2
C4
C6
(32)
(38) (35) (35)
A1
B8
B7
B6
B5
E15
E13
D39
E11
D33
D36
E9
E7
D31
D30
E5
D27 E1
D8
D6
D10
D12
D16
D14
Loops
A-EA-E
Loops
Designated swimming area
D22
D20
D18
Park entrance
F13
(24)
F9
(45)
F6 F8
F34 (44) (56)
F32
(60)
F29
(50)
(41)
F1 (43)
Booth
F10
(29)
F2
F3 (65)
Loops
A-E
F11
(26)
F37 F36 F35
(29) (39) (32)
Visitor
center Park naturalist office
Wildlife
viewing deck
F33
(30)
F31
(37)
F15
(27)
F12
(54)
F30
(36)
G3
(33)
F16
(43)
F28
(33)
F26
(41)
F22 (48) F20
F23 (49)
G1 (34)
F25
(50)
G44 (46)
G43
(51)
G40
(41)
G42
(37)
G11
(48)
G8
(48)
host
G45 (35)
F loop
fishing dock
G9
(46)
G4
Park
(57)
G2 (40)
G46 (40)
G7
(36)
G6
(47)
G5
(50)
Games
area
F boat
docks
Full-hookup site
H40
(30)
Electric site
G38 G37
(55) (43)
G41
(40)
G39
(39)
G13
(55)
G10
(32)
G35
(46)
G36
(47)
G15
(35)
G12
(25)
G33
(34)
G34
(43)
G17
(36)
Designated parking
Shower
Restroom
Accessible facility
Playground
Boat ramp
Check-in after 4 p.m., Check-out by 1 p.m.
Wildlife viewing
Firewood
Recycling center
Amphitheater
H1 H2 H4
H6
(27) (29) (25) (26)
G16 G18
(24) (44)
G30
(46)
G32
(40)
G31
(50)
Designated
swimming area
H69 (25)
H66 (52)
Horseshoe pit
Trails
To Detroit
H64 (49)
G27
(28)
H70 H3 H5
(30) (30) (33)
H65 (47)
H61 (29)
H57
(33)
H63 (53)
G29
(31)
H10
(29)
H7
(35)
H14
(25)
H9
(28)
H11
(33)
H17
(30)
H13
(40)
H18
(31)
H21
(28)
H23
(33)
H55
(29)
H51
(33)
H53
(34)
H49
(30)
H48
(28)
H46
(26)
H25
(29)
H26
(49)
H27
(48)
H29 (48)
H15
(34)
H16
(40)
H19 H20
(40) (49)
H67 (51)
G26 (53)
H43
(19)
H44
(30)
H41
(35)
H22 H24 (44)
(49)
H28 (34)
H37
(20)
H39
(28)
H30 (35)
H32 (48)
H31 (32)
H33 (35)
H35 (22)
H34 (34)
H62 (39)
G boat ramp
Detroit Lake
H68 (46)
G25 (42)
G28 G24 (56)
(43)
(site length in feet)
Accessible camping
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, as a partner
with the Willamette National Forest, operates Detroit Lake State
Recreation Area through a special use permit from the USDA
Forest Service, an equal opportunity provider and employer.
G19
(42)
G14
(39)
(site length in feet)
Tent site
E3
Emergency exit
F21
F24 (51)
(22)
F27
(45)
15-minute courtesy dock
Loops F-H
F17
(52)
F14
(42)
• Campground quiet hours are between
10 p.m. and 7 a.m.
• All vehicles must be parked on pavement.
• Bicycles are permitted on park roads, but must
be ridden with the traffic flow. Riders under
age 16 must wear helmets.
• Pets must be physically restrained at all
times when not confined in a vehicle or tent.
Leashes must be no longer than six feet.
All waste must be properly removed.
(See our “Pets in Parks” brochure for details.)
D29
(30)
Note: There is no RV dump station at Detroit Lake.
The nearest dump site is at Fishermen’s Bend Park
24 miles west.
22
22
F4 (54)
Visitor Park
center naturalist
office
Entrance
U.S. Forest Service office
Park
host
Park
host
D19 D21
Swim area
F7
(35)
Booth
D boat ramp
Detroit Lake
F5
(38)
Loops
F-H
D29 D28
(37)
D46 D44 D43 D42 D40 D38 D37 D35 D34 D32
D1 (41) (42) (44) (46) (50) (52) (47) (47) (41) (42)
D11
D13 D15
D9
D17
D3 D7
D4
Park
host
B4
E17
D47 D45
D2
B2
E19
E24 E21
E26
C13
(44)
C9 C11 C12
C8
(30) (35) (37) (44)
B1
B9
Group
meeting area
E18
E20
Detroit Lake
H60
(46)
15-minute courtesy dock
All information or fees subject to change without notice. This brochure is available in alternative formats upon request. Call 1-800-551-6949. Oregon Relay for the hearing impaired: dial 711.
H59
(53)
H58
(42)
H56
(37)
H54
(35)
Designated
swimming area
H52
(34)
H50
(40)
H47
(55)
H45
(38)
H42
(25)
H40
(41)
H boat
docks
H38
(36)
H36
(36)
Designated
swimming area