Lookout Point Lake -
Lookout Point Lake, only 22 miles southeast of Eugene, is a popular recreation area offering year-round fishing, seasonal water skiing, sailing, swimming, picnicking and hunting. The area is also managed for wildlife habitat such as waterfowl, blacktail deer, upland game birds, wintering elk, bald eagles, osprey and many other species. Lookout Point Dam an earth-and-gravel-fill dam with a concrete gated spillway. The dam was completed in 1954 and provides flood control and has three generators, which produce 40,000 kilowatts. Three U.S. Army Corps of Engineers sites are managed near the lake, as are two Forest Service operated areas, Hampton Campground and Black Canyon Campground.
Hampton Campground, in the Willamette National Forest is located on Lookout Point Reservoir where there is access to boating, fishing and swimming. The bank along Lookout Point Reservoir is wide-open at this site. There are a few trees dotting the shoreline. Because this site is so open, those driving the larger RV`s often camp here. This is a fairly rustic campground, with few amenities. Those boating and fishing the river or the reservoir utilize the adjacent boat ramp.
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