About Wallowa Lake
Wallowa Lake Tramway
Wallowa Land Trust Outings
Cabin in the Park
Eagle Cap Chalets
Flying Arrow Resort
Grand Fir Cabin
Matterhorn Swiss Village
Wallowa Lake Resort
Wallowa Lake Camp
Park at the River
Scenic Meadows RV Park
Wallowa Lake State Park
Grand Fir RV
Chalet Espresso Bar
Trailhead Coffee (drive-through)
Matterhorn Swiss Village
Tram Summit Grill
Wallowa Lake Lodge
Glacier Grill General Store
Heidi's Gift Shoppe
The Marina Store
Wallowa Lake Resort Gift Shop
Chalet Conference Room
Visit Wallowa Lake and experience beauty like nowhere on Earth.
Enjoy boating, swimming and water-sports in the purest lake in Eastern Oregon
Peaceful mornings bring clear reflections
Hike Iwetemlaykin Heritage Park in the sacred land of the Nez Perce- just 1/2 mile from Wallowa Lake
You'll find beaches, docks and boat launches at both the north and south ends.
Fall colors harmonize perfectly on Wallowa Lake, where it's beautiful in all seasons
Hike the high country in 'America's Little Switzerland' and discover over 50 lakes!
Wallowa Lake is typically calm, making it a great lake for kayaks, canoes and paddle-boards
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Challenge yourself in one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon.
Get your bearings! See fifteen full spherical views around the area.
stars, Stars, STARS!
See a million stars at night! Light pollution is very low- so bring lots of wishes!
Pristine, Fresh & Clear
Wallowa Lake is so clean that some lake residences still drink from it!
Wallowa Lake changes dramatically throughout the year, presenting new opportunities.
Walk among majestic Ponderosa Pine, Douglas Fir, aspens, and ancient cottonwoods.
At the doorstep to the incredible Eagle Cap, Oregon's largest natural wilderness.
The wildlife in the area are tame, approachable and always magical.
Escape to high mountain alpine meadows, wildflowers, eagles and solitude.
A destination to quiet your mind, regenerate your spirit and lift your heart.
This land has been considered sacred since humans first stood in awe before it.
Known for its healthy populations of Hawks, birders seem more excited by our smaller varieties.
Wallowa Lake's own Swiss-Bavarian four day celebration in late September.
Sun & Fun
Enjoy hiking, biking, water-sports, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, fishing and sightseeing.
Try fishing for Oregon's (or the WORLD's) next record Kokanee! EIGHT and counting...
Our small town neighbor that everyone says "Feels Like Home"
Ride the tram to the top of Mt. Howard and spend the day at 8150 feet in pure alpine bliss.
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Photography by Dave Jensen.
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