Minam State Recreation
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
mountain sheep. A wide variety of flowers bloom in the spring.
Services and Things to Do
- Wildlife watching
- Bird watching
- Terrestrial mammal watching
- Boat ramp
- Walking trail
Park rates (subject to
May 1 to September 30
October 1 to April 30 (Discovery Season)
Get driving directions to this park
Campsites are first-come, first-served. Normally open April -
November. 12 primitive sites (maximum site 71 feet). (800)
Subscribe to the
Each issue will bring you
fun Oregon information,
upcoming Oregon events, travel ideas and more.
Just send an email to
to receive your first issue. (We do not sell or
our email list to anyone.)