Wallowa Park (Pacific Park)

ALERT:  Pacific Park will be closed to all public use for the 2019 and 2020 recreation seasons.  Under the new Federal Energy Regulatory Commission operating license for the Wallowa Falls Hydroelectric Project, PacifiCorp is required to reconstruct the powerhouse tailrace, which runs through the park, to protect threatened bull trout.  The work will also include stabilization of the west bank of the West Fork Wallowa River adjacent to the campground.  PacifiCorp plans to re-open Pacific Park for the 2021 recreation season.  If you have any questions regarding the Wallowa Falls Hydroelectric Project or the closure of Pacific Park, please email recreation@pacificorp.com or leave a message on our recreation phone line at (503) 813-6666.

 

  • Borders Eagle Cap National Wilderness Area
  • 8 individual sites provided
  • Electrical and water hook-ups for RVs (no sanitary hook-up)
  • Water and restrooms provided
  • $15 camping fee per night
  • One group area which rents for $30 per night
  • Reservations are required and can be made by calling Wallowa Lake Vacation Rentals at 800-709-2039 or         541-426-2039
  • May 15 - October 15
  • 9:00am - 6:00pm

 

PDF Directions to Wallowa Park (Pacific Park)

 

For Your Information: Our trees are suffering from bark beetle infestation in Wallowa Park and the surrounding forest.  You can help give our park trees a fighting chance by avoiding causing injuries to them.  Actions that cause injuries would include driving nails into trees, removing bark and compacting the soils near their roots.  You can also lend a hand by collecting downed branches from the park to use as kindling (to avoid creating more habitat for beetle development) and being aware of what's living inside the firewood you bring into the park.  PacifiCorp and our neighboring landowners thank you for caring about our forests!

Note: The recreation opportunities and facilities at the Wallowa Falls Hydroelectric Project are developed and furnished by Pacific Power as a public service. They are open to the public and made available for use and enjoyment to all without regard to race, color, religious creed, national origin, or any other status protected under applicable local, state or federal law.