COVID-19 UPDATE: Campground is open with limited services on a first-come, first served basis. No group events permitted at this time. Boat ramp is open.
The information below applies to pre-COVID-19 operations.
This park is located in a remote steep valley. Large pine trees dominate the landscape. The picturesque Wallowa River flows through the park and is noted for its fishing and rafting. Steelhead fishing in the spring and fall attracts many people. Wildlife is abundant; deer, bear, elk and an occasional cougar are seen in the area. Raft rentals are available at a nearby store and with a trip down the river, you could even see Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. A wide variety of flowers bloom in the spring.
One site accessible to campers with disabilities.
Minam Station Day-use Area
The Minam Store owners purchased the Minam Motel and moved the store and boat business to that location.
Oregon State Parks purchased the Minam Store area and will be setting it up to become the Minam Station Visitor Center. It will be run by volunteers.
The following is a partial list of local area businesses offering rafting-related goods and/or services. This reference is provided for general information only. OPRD does not endorse or assume liability for any business listed or absent. For information or to update this list, please call Wallowa Lake SRA at 541-432-8855
FOR RIVER INFORMATION:
BLM-River Station at Minam 541-437-5580
On the internet: www.rivers.gov
Bed and Breakfast
Food and lodging
Raft equipment rentals and sales
Licensed outfitter and guide services
Raft and rafting equipment rentals and sales
Food, lodging, gas, propane
RV & tent camping
Wi-Fi, laundry, showers
Smoking is prohibited at this state park and the surrounding park areas unless you are inside your personal vehicle.
The land was purchased between 1964 and 1984 from private owners and by patent from the U. S. Government (Bureau of Land Management).