Located 2 miles west of Detroit
on Highway 22
, Detroit Lake State Park offers moorage and fishing docks on Detroit Lake. The lake features more than 32 miles of shoreline, and is popular for all types of water sports.
The campground borders the lake, and features two swimming areas, two playgrounds, a wildlife viewing area, visitor center, and general store. The campsites include 106 full hookup, 72 electrical, and 133 tent sites, as well as 82 boat slips. The maximum site is 60 feet.
At the Mongold Day Use Area, 1.5 miles west of the campground on Hwy 22, you will find a boat ramp as well as a bathhouse.
Detroit Lake is formed by Detroit Dam, a project of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Quality experiences await visitors to more than 200 state parks managed for the public by the Oregon State Parks.