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  • March

    Schwarz Campground registration service goes digital

    Dorena Lake's Schwarz Campground will change to a self-service, same-day-reservation system this year, using the Recreation.gov system for all campsites. Visitors are encouraged to make their reservations ahead of time to make it a simple and easy experience.
  • January

    Corps Rangers History Book - Call for Submissions

    Corps Rangers, you are a part of our history. Share your stories.
  • September

    Corps requests public help to find stolen kayaks

    The Corps is requesting public help to find three missing kayaks, stolen from the Corps' Dexter Service Building below Lookout Dam in Lowell, Ore. Members of the public are encouraged to report any information they may have about the missing equipment to the Corps Watch National Hotline at 1-866-413-7970. Callers may remain anonymous.
  • Fern Ridge Reservoir water levels to decrease

    The Portland District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will increase releases from Fern Ridge Reservoir beginning Monday. Outflows from the dam will gradually increase for the next three weeks. The Corps anticipates water levels in Fern Ridge will drop to 371 feet by September 10, 370.5 feet by September 17 and 369.5 feet by September 24. This will increase flows downstream by about half a foot each week at the Long Tom River gage at Monroe. In October, the Corps will continue to adjust flows to drawdown the reservoir for winter flood-season operations.
  • August

    Closure Updates at Lost Creek Lake and Elk Creek

    Jackson County officials have lowered the evacuation status in most of the Lost Creek Lake area. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reopened many recreation areas at Lost Creek Lake, while many recreation areas at Elk Creek remain closed.
  • Closures at Lost Creek Lake and Elk Creek as Wildfires Burn

    All U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recreational areas at Elk Creek and Lost Creek Lake are officially closed to all non-fire personnel until further notice due to wildfires. Several wildfires in the Medford area spread overnight and have forced an active response by fire crews.