Minam State Recreation Area

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About Minam State Recreation Area

Minam State Recreation Area is in a remote Northeastern Oregon valley, with terrain so coveted that three rivers fight for its attention. Where the Minam meets the Wallowa, which swivels toward the Grande Ronde, this state recreation area is a haven for anglers, kayakers, rafters and boaters. Campers will find the rugged camping experience that Minam’s landscape encourages (primitive sites and seclusion) and hikers will gaze breathless at noble elk and bighorn sheep or photograph shades of flame and indigo wildflowers in the kaleidoscopic spring bloom.

Campgrounds in Minam

Minam Campground
At Minam you’ll find basic camping necessities in an untamed wilderness framed by the Wallowa Whitman...

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History of Minam State Recreation Area

The 605 acres that is Minam State Recreation Area was purchased between 1964 and 1984 from private owners and by patent from the U. S. Government (Bureau of Land Management).