About Goose Lake State Recreation Area
Goose Lake makes up for its shallow water level with a depth of wildlife watching and an abundance of serene lake lazy-ness. Migratory waterfowl are commonly spotted here as well as the resident mule deer that make camp at the recreation area. The Lake Country Railroad crosses the park midday on its way to Alturas, California (that’s right, Goose Lake straddles Oregon and Cali!) and adds a little nostalgic train whistle to the pine scented air. Goose Lake is great for the camper that appreciates the calmness of smaller grounds or for the day-tripper that cherishes afternoons in a kayak with binoculars hanging around her neck and a book open in her lap.
Campgrounds in Goose Lake
Seize the seasonal May through September camping near the sweet surface of Goose Lake, where you can choose between electrical sites with water and...
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History of Goose Lake State Recreation Area
The 71.36 acres of modest, but beautiful Goose Lake was purchased in 1966.