A beautiful and popular recreational destination just outside of White City, Agate Lake County Park is 216 acres of natural beauty that include 3 miles of lake frontage. It is perfect for fishing, swimming, picnicking, agate hunting or just taking in the view of Mt. McLoughlin while enjoying a peaceful day by the lake.
Black-tailed deer can be found here, and over 190 species of birds have been spotted around the lake. Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, bluegill, catfish, yellow perch and crappie all thrive in the lake, which is stocked with legal and trophy-sized trout every year. Amenities include a boat ramp for non-motorized and electric motor boats only, and concrete vault restrooms. There is no parking fee.
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