Lakeview, Oregon


cop-side-lakeviewNestled in Goose Lake Valley at the base of the Warner Mountains, small-town Lakeview economy has long been grounded in agriculture, lumber and government, but renewable energy is making strong gains with a geothermal power plant and more. Home the Fremont–Winema National Forest headquarters, many tourists are attracted to the town to enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing, camping, mountain biking and hiking. Additionally, Lakeview is known for its hot water geyser, Old Perpetual. Lakeview may have a population of fewer than 2,500, but it is known as the “tallest town” in Oregon for its elevation.