Emergency Regulations Are No Longer in Effect

Howard Prairie Reservoir - Ashland, OR (Jackson County)

by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff

The emergency regulations for Howard Prairie are no longer in effect, and have returned to zone regulations as of Oct. 1. The reservoir is still extremely low and no boat ramps are currently accessible. You may be able to push a drift boat off its trailer at the unimproved ramp at the dam site, or kayaks and small personal watercraft.

All campgrounds and facilities are currently closed until further notice.  More information on facilities can be found on Jackson County Parks website.

The reservoir is hovering at 7 percent full. This is the lowest that any current ODFW staff can remember seeing it.

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