Lake Billy Chinook is a reservoir surrounded by public land. It is located in Jefferson County, Oregon. The lake spreads in 1,600 areas and contains 72 mi (116 km) of shoreline.
Situated at the confluence of Deschutes, Crooked, and Metolius Rivers, Lake Billy Chinook is a popular reservoir. The lake lies within a canyon carved by three rivers more than 10 million years ago. Lake Billy Chinook is a perfect destination for boating, sailing, and water skiing.
Lake Billy Chinook is filled with brown trout, smallmouth bass, sockeye salmon, Kokanee, and largemouth bass. It’s a popular spot for water sports like boating, water-skiing, swimming, and fishing.
Odell Lake: Klamath County
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Located near Willamette Pass in Klamath County, Odell Lake is the ultimate destination to spend vacation. It is surrounded by the Deschutes National Forest and gives breathtaking views of the Cascade Mountains. Odell Lake’s proximity to Willamette Pass attracts visitors to explore and enjoy its beauty when traveling along.
Angler’s favorite spot, Odell Lake, holds state records for lake trout. Other species found in the lake, including mountain whitefish, rainbow trout, and kokanee salmon. With three well-developed campgrounds around Odell Lake’s shoreline, there are a few boat ramps available to use for motorized and non-motorized boats. Visitors also get the opportunity to enjoy water skiing, sailing, and windsurfing.
Upper Klamath Lake; Klamath County