Wallowa Lake Highway Forest State Scenic Corridor

Park History

One of the earliest highway forest waysides, the first tract was 47 acres purchased in 1925. Later acquisitions were made through 1958.

Acreage: 285.77

Annual day-use attendance: 59,368


Wallowa Lake Highway Forest State Scenic Corridor FAQ

About Camping

Is camping allowed in the scenic corridor which includes Fountain Wayside and Johnson Timber Wayside?

No, these areas are day use only.  

  • There are picnic tables and ADA vault toilets. 
  • Fisherman and boaters using the Wallowa River and those who want to enjoy the steep Minam Canyon use this area for parking.

What's Allowed

Smoking: Is smoking allowed at the Fountain Wayside or the Johnson Timber Wayside?

Smoking is prohibited in Oregon State Parks including these two day use areas in the scenic corridor unless you are inside your personal vehicle. 


Statewide FAQ

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