Warner Wetlands

Description:

Scattered reservoirs offergood to excellent trout fishing in a landscape that at first seems alien to that experience. It is the place where antelope and wildhorses roam, as well as offering respite to millions of migratory birds at the Warner Wetlands. The resource area provides apublic collecting area for the Oregon State gemstone, the sunstone, and the largest inland sand dune system in the northwest.The Lost Forest contains a distinct stand of ponderosa pine isolated by forty miles of desert from the nearest typical pine foresthabitat.

Directions:

From Lakeview, Oregon, travel north on U.S. Highway 395 for six miles, and turn east on Highway 140 for approximately 14 miles to County Road 3-13, known locally as the Plush Cutoff Road. Travel on this road for 15 miles to Plush, Oregon. From Plush, travel north for 0.8 miles, and turn east on County Road 3-12. Drive approximately four miles to the Hart Bar Interpretive Site, located at the base of Hart Mountain.

Phone:

(541) 947-2177

Email:

BLM_OR_LV_Mailbox@blm.gov

Address:

Lakeview District Office 1301 South G Street Lakeview, OR 97630

Activities:

Auto Touring Camping Interpretive Programs Fishing Hunting Off Highway Vehicle Picnicking Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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