Scoggins Valley Park and Henry Hagg Lake offer a wide variety of recreational activities. The park features numerous picnic areas, two boat ramps, a fully-stocked lake for fishing, more than 13 miles of hiking and biking trails and observation decks for wildlife and bird watching. The park also has an 18-hole disc golf course.
Hagg Lake is a popular spot for water activities, such as swimming, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, water skiing, jet skiing and motorboating. Fishing opportunities abound offering various types of fish to catch, including rainbow trout, largemouth and smallmouth bass, yellow perch, bluegill and more.
Overnight camping is not permitted at Scoggins Valley Park or Henry Hagg Lake.
Hours: Open daily, year-round, dawn to dusk
Daily Parking Fee: There is no charge to visit the park. To park a vehicle, a parking pass is required:
$7 daily pass ($5 for seniors and veterans)
$60 annual pass ($40 for seniors and veterans)
Regular priced parking passes are available at the park entrance fee booth and at C-Ramp (cash and card)
Discount parking passes can be purchased at the Park Office, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm (cash and card), or at Lake Stop Store 8015 SW Old Highway 47, Gaston, OR 97119 (card only).
ADA Accessible: Yes
Drinking Water: Yes
Pet Policy: Pets are allowed
Flora: Oregon Iris, Trillium, Lillies, Lupine, Orchids, White Douglas Fir, Red Cedar, Grand Fir, Oregon White Oak, Red Alder, Willow, Cottonwood, Vine Maple
Wildlife: Black-Tailed Deer, Elk, Coyotes, Bobcats, Osprey, Bald Eagles, Hawks, Beavers, Otters, and songbirds and waterfowl
Did You Know…
- Hagg Lake is home to the second largest concentration of Kincaid’s Lupine and Fender Blue Butterfly in the Willamette Valley?