United States Oregon

Santiam Rest Area (Old Ramp)

The Santiam Rest Area (Old Ramp) boat ramp in Oregon is a popular launch site for boats. It is a concrete ramp that is 30 feet wide and has a gentle slope, making it easy for boaters to launch their vessels. The ramp is in good condition and is regularly maintained by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

This particular boat ramp services the North Santiam River, which is a popular spot for fishing and recreational boating. The North Santiam River runs for approximately 92 miles, from the Cascade Mountains to the Willamette River. It is known for its clear water and abundant fish populations, including trout, salmon, and steelhead.

The Santiam Rest Area (Old Ramp) boat ramp is suitable for a variety of watercraft, including small boats, kayaks, and canoes. However, due to the shallow waters and narrow channel in some areas of the North Santiam River, larger boats may have difficulty navigating safely. Boaters should always check local water conditions and regulations before launching their vessels.

Overall, the Santiam Rest Area (Old Ramp) boat ramp is a convenient and well-maintained launch site for boaters looking to explore the North Santiam River in Oregon. Get driving directions.
SANTIAM REST AREA (OLD RAMP)

STREAMFLOW LEVELS
Streamgauge Streamflow
Willamette River At Harrisburg
USGS 14166000
9,040 cfs
South Santiam River Below Cascadia
USGS 14185000
788 cfs
Long Tom River At Monroe
USGS 14170000
251 cfs
South Santiam River At Waterloo
USGS 14187500
2,590 cfs
Wiley Creek Near Foster
USGS 14187000
143 cfs
East Fork Lobster Creek Near Alsea
USGS 14306340
16 cfs
South Santiam River Near Foster
USGS 14187200
2,580 cfs