Wallowa Lake Road Map & P.O.I.
Though just less than four miles long and under a mile wide, this little lake is also home to record Kokanee, rainbow trout and even 38-pound Mackinaw.
Naturally formed by successive ice ages, glaciers formed the lake with textbook classic twin moraines to the east and west and a terminal moraine north near the town of Joseph. At just under 300 feet, the lake is very deep for it’s size.
A magnet for those from the lower, hotter parts east of the Cascades, the areas population swells greatly in summer. Visit here in the off season and you’ll enjoy a quiet and care-free solitude rarely found in this busy world.
The settlement at the south end of Wallowa Lake has shops, restaurants and other attractions. A beautiful state campground, trail head to the Eagle Cap Wilderness and an incredible tramway allow visitors to experience this wonderful area described as ‘Americas Little Switzerland.’
Wallowa Mountain Properties’ Wallowa Lake, Oregon Property Listings
An older map showing roads to the north and around the lake can be found here