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Agate Lake, Oregon

New Normal At Your Jackson County Parks

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It’s important to know that this year will not be the same as previous years. There will be required changes to which facilities and amenities are available for use, as well as new rules to help keep our parks open through the summer.

FAQ’s to Jackson County Parks Phased Reopening Plan

FAQ’s to Jackson County Parks Phased Reopening Plan Read more

Note: The following FAQ’s are limited to Jackson County owned and operated parks only and do not cover city, state or federal parks. State, city, and federal sites are managed by separate entities and are responsible for establishing reopening plans for their respective properties.

Agate Lake is a beautiful lake located on 216 acres, including 3 miles of lake frontage.

Only 14 miles northeast of Medford off of Highway 140, this popular park offers a great fishing opportunity to local anglers, just minutes from town.

Largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, yellow perch, and brown bullhead all thrive here, and the lake is stocked every year with legal and trophy-sized trout.

Agate Lake is a perfect location for fishing (Electric Motors Only) and swimming, or just taking in the view of Mt. McLoughlin, while enjoying a peaceful day lakeside.

1510 Feet

ODFW Fishing Report

ODFW Fish Stocking Schedule

Agate Lake Hunting Map 

Bureau of Reclamation:
Lake Levels

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1. Restroom (near Boat Ramp) 2. Parking

 Agate Lake

Amenities & Park Fees

Boat Ramp (Electric Motors Only)
CXT Vault Toilets

No Parking Fee

Open Dates/Hours:
Day Use/Boat Ramp is Open Year Round (Daylight Hours Only)
(Hours may vary, contact Parks Office)

Highway 140, Eagle Point, Oregon
14 miles northeast of Medford, OR, via Highway 140

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