Hiking. Camping. Boating. Fishing. The outdoor enthusiast’s dream awaits at a variety of recreation sites owned and operated by Pacific Power and Rocky Mountain Power.
As a company, we own and manage more than 46,000 acres of lands for wildlife habitat and forestry.
We operate 14 recreation sites along the Lewis River in southwest Washington, a popular area enjoyed by more than 400,000 visitors annually.
Recreation opportunities are available along the Klamath, Rogue, Wallowa and North Umpqua rivers in Oregon.
Along the Klamath River, recreation opportunities are avialable at Iron Gate and Copco Reservoirs and at public access sites on the river upstream of Copco Reservoir.
Recreation opportunities are available along Bear River, Soda Springs Reservoir, Oneida Reservoir and Henry’s Fork of the Snake River.
Find recreation opportunities along the Cutler Reservoir and Big Cottonwood Creek.
Explore recreation opportunities along the Jim Bridger Reservoir, North Platte River, Ham’s Fork River and Viva Naughton Reservoir.
Rocky Mountain Power provides recreation opportunities in Bigfork, Montana, as part of Bigfork Hydroelectric Project.
Recognizing that large numbers of visitors each year can have a negative impact on the environment, we have incorporated many features into our recreation sites, including:
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