Located on Winter Rim 45 minutes west of Paisley, Oregon, Withers Lake is nestled in a shady mixed conifer setting. Withers Lake is actually a small irrigation reservoir that is populated by lots of hefty Brook trout, making it a popular destination for anglers.
The area around the lake is closed to both overnight camping and off-road vehicles to reduce erosion and protect vegetation and water quality.
Amenities at Withers Lake include picnic tables, fire rings, and one vault toilet. The parking area is an easy 50 meter walk from the lakeshore. Enjoy great fishing, bird watching, and picnicking at this peaceful and scenic lakeside setting.
Alert: There is no potable water. Visitors need to bring an adequate supply of water.
At a Glance
||(Paisley Ranger District)
||Mid-May or Mid-June - Mid-September
||Overnight camping and off-road vehicles are prohibited.
||No potable water
||Vault Toilet (1)
||Paisley Ranger District
Withers Lake Day Use Area is located 45 minutes west of Paisley, OR.
From Paisley, OR take Oregon Highway 31 then a quick left onto County Road 2-08, Mill Street, which becomes Forest Service Road 3315. Continue on FS Road 3315 then left on Forest Service Road 3360. Then turn left at Forest Service Road 359 following the road to the day use area parking lot.