United States Oregon

Hoover Campground

Hoover Campground boat ramp is located in the state of Oregon, with a latitude of 44.71500015 and a longitude of -122.12333679. It is a concrete boat ramp that is wide enough to accommodate small to medium-sized watercraft. The latest information available indicates that the ramp is 12 feet wide and has a gentle slope, making it easy for boaters to launch and retrieve their vessels.

The Hoover Campground boat ramp services the Detroit Lake, a popular destination for fishing, swimming, and boating. Detroit Lake is a large reservoir that stretches for about 9.5 miles, covering an area of approximately 3,500 acres. The lake is known for its crystal-clear waters, scenic beauty, and abundant fish populations, making it a popular spot for anglers.

The lake is open to a variety of watercraft, including motorboats, sailboats, kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards. However, the use of personal watercraft (such as jet skis) is prohibited on Detroit Lake. Boaters are advised to follow all safety regulations, including wearing properly fitted life jackets and carrying all necessary equipment.

In summary, the Hoover Campground boat ramp is a concrete ramp that services the Detroit Lake in Oregon. It is 12 feet wide and can accommodate small to medium-sized watercraft. The lake is open to a variety of vessels, with the exception of personal watercraft. Boaters are advised to follow all safety protocols and regulations when using the ramp and the lake. Get driving directions.
HOOVER CAMPGROUND

STREAMFLOW LEVELS
Streamgauge Streamflow
Mckenzie River Bl Payne Cr
USGS 14158740
284 cfs
Wiley Creek Near Foster
USGS 14187000
143 cfs
Smith River Abv Trail Brdg Resv Nr Belknap Springs
USGS 14158798
21 cfs
Mckenzie River At Outlet Of Clear Lake
USGS 14158500
560 cfs
South Santiam River Below Cascadia
USGS 14185000
788 cfs
Smith R Ab Smith R Res Nr Belknap Sprgs
USGS 14158790
157 cfs
Mckenzie R Blw Trail Br Dam Nr Belknap Springs
USGS 14158850
1,220 cfs