Grande Ronde River

The Wild and Scenic Grande Ronde River is a tributary of the Snake River, 182 miles (293 km) long,[3] in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. It drains an area southeast of the Blue Mountains and northwest of the Wallowa Mountains, on the Columbia Plateau. It flows through the agricultural Grande Ronde Valley in its middle course and through a series of scenic canyons in its lower course.

2018 Grande Ronde & Wallowa Rivers Boating Information — Bureau of Land Management Information

Grande Ronde River (U.S. Forest Service)

Wallowa & Grande Ronde Rivers Management Plan (Bureau of Land Management & U.S. Forest Service)

Boating the Grande Ronde & Wallowa Rivers (Idaho)

Wallowa/Grande Ronde River The river corridor between Minam, Oregon, and Heller Bar, Washington includes the lower 10 miles of the Wallowa River and the lower 81 miles of the Grande Ronde river. Public lands in the river corridor are managed by the Umatilla National Forest, Bureau of Land Management, and the States of Oregon and Washington.The “upper river” between Minam and Troy consists of dense evergreen forests and grasslands within a terrain of rugged basalt canyons and steep ridges. Sections of the upper rivers have been designated by Congress as components of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers system in recognition of their unique natural character and outstanding resource values.

Wildcat Creek

Managed by: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Contact: 800-720-6339
Waterbody: Grande Ronde River
Use Fee: No

Mud Creek

Managed by: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Contact: 800-720-6339
Waterbody: Grande Ronde River
Use Fee: No

Troy Access

Managed by: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Contact: 800-720-6339
Waterbody: Grande Ronde River
Use Fee: No

Mallory Bridge Access

Managed by: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Contact: 800-720-6339
Waterbody: Grande Ronde River
Use Fee: No

State Line Access

Managed by: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Contact: 800-720-6339
Waterbody: Grande Ronde River
Use Fee: No

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