Extraordinary is ordinary

Abstract/Description: Oregon is a true water-lovers' paradise. When it comes to rivers (more than 70 of which are designated as Wild and Scenic), these waterways offer more than just soul-soothing views and sought-after campsites. Flowing through cities, canyons and forests, Oregon's rivers provide key habitats for salmon, steelhead, trout, bald eagles, osprey, beavers and many other fish and wildlife. Yes, we have lakes too -- more than 1,400 named lakes including our deepest and bluest, Crater Lake, which is also our favorite (and only) national park. And that big body of water bordering our 363-mile coastline? Thanks to Oregon's Beach Bill, we all get to access the mighty Pacific and its shores.
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Water -- Oregon
Oregon -- Description and travel
Date Issued: [2022]