Crater Lake in Klamath County is renowned as one of America's most divine lakes, with its stunning blue water and a depth of 1,943 feet, making it the deepest lake in the United States.
Lost Lake, located at the base of Mount Hood, is a stunning natural wonder that boasts a depth of 175 feet, making it the second-deepest lake in Mount Hood National Forest.
Waldo Lake, Oregon's second-deepest alpine lake with a depth of approximately 420 ft, is renowned for its pristine beauty, solitude, and activities including camping, fishing, boating, and hiking.
Summit Lake, nestled in Lane and Klamath counties east of Diamond Peak, is stunning mountain lake known for its crystal-clear waters with numerous camping spots, opportunities for swimming, biking, hiking.
With its stunning natural beauty and appeal to camping and skiing enthusiasts, Anthony Lake is a beloved destination in Oregon.
Nestled at the base of the majestic Wallowa Mountains, Wallowa Lake is renowned for its beauty and crystal-clear waters, making it a popular destination for swimming, boating, fishing, and other recreational activities
Elk Lake, located in the Cascade Range, is a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts who enjoy swimming, paddleboarding, and windsurfing, as well as being family-friendly and pet-friendly.
Sparks Lake, located near Bend, is famous for its stunning scenery, cozy beach spots, and opportunities for kayaking, canoeing, and camping, with shallow waters ideal for boating and swimming.
Todd Lake, located at the base of Broken Top in the Cascade Range, was originally known as "Lost Lake" but was renamed in honor of John Y. Todd, a pioneering settler and rancher in Central Oregon.
Ice Lake, nestled at an elevation of 7,900 feet in the picturesque Wallowa Mountains, is a stunning alpine lake surrounded by majestic peaks, including the iconic Matterhorn and Sacajawea.