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Coffenbury Lake

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Near the south end of Coffenbury Lake, Fort Stevens State Park (bobcat)


Coffenbury Lake, in Fort Stevens State Park, is a shallow dune lake in the Clatsop Plains, the latter formed by deposition from the Columbia River. The lake is surrounded by a coastal woodland dominated by Sitka spruce and red alder. A trail leads around the lake, the state park trails connecting with those of OMSI's Camp Kiwanilong to the south. Trout, yellow perch, and catfish can be fished from the lake. In summer, the waters are warm enough to allow for swimming. There is a parking lot and picnic area at the north end of the lake.

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