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Oroville has many recreational locations and opportunities for people to get outside and enjoy the area.   From Lake Oroville to the Feather River Canyon, there are multiple venues for enjoying everything that the Oroville area has to do.  Whether you are hiking, backpacking, riding your bike or just going for a walk, the Oroville community has much to offer.  Enjoy these more popular links for everything recreational in Oroville, CA.

Links to Recreation in Oroville and Butte County

Lake Oroville Marina

Lake Oroville offers a large variety of recreational activities. With 167 miles of forested shoreline at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and located near the city of Oroville, this lake offers boating enthusiasts with many oppotunities for fishing, camping skiing and other water activities year round. Visit this site today to learn more about the marine services at Lake Oroville.

Oroville – The Fun Starts Here

Your one stop shop for everything recreational in Oroville.  Click here to learn more about Boating, Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Trails, Events and other areas of Interest for the Oroville area.

Lake Oroville State Recreation Area

Fed by the Feather River, Lake Oroville offers many activities on and off the water.  It is a popular place for water-skiing, fishing, boating and swimming.  The 167 miles of shoreline also offer camping, picnicking, hiking and horseback riding are also popular things to do in the Lake Oroville area.  Visit the Office State of California website to learn more about the many recreational activities to be found in the Oroville Lake area.

Feather River Recreation and Park District

Since 1953 the Feather River Recreation and Park District  has been a leader in bring recreational activities to the Oroville area.  They are all about having fun and enjoying the beautiful surroundings we live in.  The district offers sports activities for young and old including swim lessons and leisure services.  Visit their website for more information on how to find parks in the Oroville area.  Come have fun and “Catch the Dream.”