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Klamath Lake

Upper Klamath Lake and the surrounding basin hosts the largest number of wintering bald eagles in the lower 48 states. It is the largest fresh-water lake in Oregon. The crystal clear water around Pelican Bay is home to one of the great trout fishing areas in continental United States.

Strawberry Lake

Strawberry Lake is in the Strawberry Wilderness area of Oregon, one of the oldest and smallest wilderness areas in Oregon. The lake, at an altitude of 6200 feet, is also one of the highest lakes in Oregon. There are an abundance of wild strawberries in the area.

Gary Halvorson, Oregon State Archives

Summer Lake

Summer Lake was discovered by Capt. John Fremont in 1843 who wrote, "At our feet...more than a thousand feet below...we looked into a green prairie country, in which a beautiful lake, some twenty miles (32 km) in length, was spread along the foot of the mountain."

Diamond Lake

Diamond Lake is in the southern part of Oregon in the Upmqua National Forest. The area is home to 250 wildlife species ranging from elk, deer, black bear and cougar to owls, eagles, osprey and even peregrine falcons. Enjoy camping, fishing, hiking, mountain bikding and rock climbing.

Trillium Lake

Trillium Lake is southwest of Mt. Hood and is named for a species of flower common to the Pacific Northwest. The lake is popular for fishing and photography, often providing a good reflection of the mountain.