40. Orr Lake

40. Orr Lake - Area Map.


Southeast of Highway 97 and Northwest of Tennant, California.


Lake with limited cattail vegetation but abundant water lily's, open marsh, Ponderosa pine forest, riparian willows and cottonwoods.

Distinct Features:

The Gooseneck Ranger District (Klamath National Forest) maintains a small campground and day use area at the lake. A new boat launch and vault toilet are located on site and there is a hiking trail on the opposite side of the lake.

Birds to Look For:

Canada Goose, Clark's Nutcracker, Steller's Jay, Mountain Chickadee, Yellow-rumped Warbler (and other warbler species), Red-breasted, White-breasted and Pygmy Nuthatches, Song Sparrow


From Highway 97 at the California/Oregon state line drive south approximately 26 miles to the Tennant/Bray turnoff. Go east 5 miles and turn left toward Bray. Go another 2 miles and just before entering Bray, turn left and cross the railroad tracks. Continue on the main gravel road another 2 miles to the campground and day use area. GPS: 121° 59' 47.24" W, 41° 39' 41.11" N.

For more information Contact:

Klamath National Forest
Goosenest Ranger District
37805 Highway 97
Macdoel, CA 96058
Phone 530 398-4391

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