Wallowa Lake State Park
Wallowa lake Marina
Wallowa Lake Tramway

Wallowa Lake is a perfect morainal lake, which means it was formed by a glacier (about 9 million years ago). The lake is 5 miles long, and a mile wide, with a depth of 283'. As early as 1880 hotel, restaurants, and boat services even a dance hall were available at Wallowa Lake. The lake is approx. 1 mile from downtown Joseph and offers a trail head that takes you deep into the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area. A State Park is also located at Wallowa Lake with full hook ups and tent camping too. Please visit some of the links provided for more information.
4,441 ft.
Depth: 283 ft.
Width: 1 mile
Length: 5 miles
Highest peak: Sacajawea peak at 9838 '
Activities at the lake include:
Camping, backpacking, fishing, hiking, trail rides, hunting, boat rentals, swimming, water skiing, para sailing, horseback riding, pack trips, miniture golf, go karts and paddle boats.

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