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About Mcnary Beach Sockeye Shelter
McNary Beach is located on Lake Wallula just upstream of McNary Lock and Dam in eastern Oregon on the Mid-Columbia River. Natural Features: The park is situated along the bank of the Columbia River. Day users enjoy the relaxing shade of the mature trees throughout the park. Recreation: The lake provides great boating opportunities with the Oregon Boat Ramp just downstream and a nice designated swimming area. The trailhead for the Lewis and Clark trail is also located at the east end of the park. Facilities: McNary Beach offers one day-use group picnic shelter with six tables and two fire grills. Nearby Attractions: McNary Dam is just downstream with the Pacific Salmon Visitor Center, Oregon Fish Viewing Room and the McNary Dam Wildlife Area with its beautiful natural trails.
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Mcnary Beach Sockeye Shelter is located in Lake Wallula in Oregon
45.931 N
-119.271 W
Get Directions
From Highway 730 turn north onto Beach Access Road, drive for about a mile and then turn right onto McNary Beach Road and that will take you right into McNary Beach Park.
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