Southern Oregon may be world-famous for its frothy whitewater, but flatwater paddlers also have plenty of options. Placid lakes come ringed by shady forests and gentle creeks with little current flow under rolling mountains, making this an ideal place to float in a kayak or atop a paddleboard. Late summer and fall are ideal times to go, but all you need is a calm day any time of year. There’s no way you’ll stay for just a day, so book ahead for a relaxing getaway. Read on for eight places to dip your blade.
Hart Mountain Cabin
Hart Mountain Cabin is located 1/4 mile from the center of Plush with a great view of the Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge, in the high desert of South Central Oregon. Situated nearby the Fremont National Forest and and the Warner Mountains, it is the gateway to numerous recreational activities.
Hart Mountain Cabin is the only lodging near the refuge with a full bath and kitchen and unobstructed view of the Warner Valley and Hart Mountain.
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