Campground and day-use are are open. Camping is first-come, first-served. Expect limited vacancy. Be prepared to turn around if full. Do not travel far to visit.
The information below applies to pre-COVID-19 operations.
Goose Lake State Recreation Area is a cool, shady destination teeming with wildlife on the Oregon-California border. Its grassy expanses make it an inviting place to camp. It is home to many species of birds and other wildlife including a large herd of mule deer, which spend much of the time in the 48-site campground.
The park provides hot showers, grassy areas suitable for tents, paved sites, shade trees, fire pits, electrical hookups and a dump station. Brochures are available at the campground that provide information about things to see and do in the area.
Yes, firewood bundles are available for purchase for $5/bundle from 4pm-8pm at the woodshed.
Yes, ice is available for purchase for $3/bag at the woodshed.
Change is available from an on-duty park host. Checks payable to OPRD, visa/mastercard accepted.
No, Goose Lake State Recreation Area campground is first come, first served.
Yes, pets are welcome at the park on a leash no longer than 6ft.
Ask a Park Ranger or Park host about the off-leash area in the park. The off-leash area is located west of the railroad tracks. If you are outside that area leashes are required for your pets safety.
Special events are often accomodated within Oregon State Parks. Certain events may require a special use permit, please call 541-783-2471x24 to ask about your event.
Purchased in 1966.