Old Perpetual Geyser is one and a half miles north
of Lakeview. Old Perpetual Geyser erupts 60 feet into
the air about every 90 seconds. The site of this
geothermal wonder erupting like a rocket into the sky is
magnificent. It is the only active geyser in the west,
and one of the more popular tourist attractions in
Take a break and sit in the relaxing (and some say,
healing) waters from the geyser which can be found
within developed pool known as Hunter's Hot Springs.
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Fort Rock State Natural Area
- an isolated volcanic tuff ring with the southern rim
broken by the ancient water waves of Fort Rock Lake. A
one-mile trail circling the interior of the ring
provides visitors an opportunity to view this feature up
- One of the best duck hunting spots
in all of Lake County, while Winter Rim, just above
Summer Lake, is great for big game hunting.
Abert Rim -
the largest geological fault in North America and towers
2,500 feet above the valley floor in the Great Basin
country of Eastern Oregon's high desert. Abert Lake, one
of the world's few remaining inland seas, is at the
northernmost base of the rim.
Sunstone Area - In 1972, the Bureau of Land
Management's Lakeview District established a free-use
collecting area for the general public. Four square
miles are now closed to mining claims to allow public
access for hobby collecting. Locally known as the "Plush
Diamond," the sunstone was designated in 1989 as the
Oregon State Gemstone because of its uncommon clarity
and color range.
Lake County Fair which is one of the oldest
rodeo's in Oregon.
Call Lake County
Chamber of Commerce for any questions 541-947-6040