|The Wallowa River offers incredible fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing and floatboating, as well as a state park for camping. The primary launch site for the Wallowa and Grande Ronde corridors, as well as the Bureau of Land Management public contact station, are located on state lands at Minam. Designation preserves the outstanding fish, wildlife, scenic and recreational resources of the Wallowa. The river corridor provides habitat for threatened and endangered species such as bald eagles and peregrine falcons, and wintering range for elk, mule deer and white-tailed deer. It also provides habitat for spring/summer chinook salmon, summer steelhead, bull trout, as well as historic habitat for sockeye, coho and fall chinook salmon.|
|Facilities: Wallowa River provides nearby camping.|
Best Time To Visit: Wallowa River is open year-round.
Fees: No fees are charged.
Accessibility: This river is not handicap accessible.
Rules: Do not litter.
Directions: To reach Wallowa River from Enterprise, go 6 miles south of Enterprise (Hwy. 82, Forest Rd. 8205).
Map: Click here for a map to Wallowa River
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted at Wallowa River.
|Wallowa Valley Ranger District|
|88401 Highway 82|
|Enterprise, Oregon 97828|
|General: (541) 426-4978|