Klineline Ponds


Klineline ponds and the adjoining park are very popular as they are easily accessible by car and the lake actually has fishing platforms built right out into the water for easy accessibility. This is a great fishing spot for the whole family. There are trout, bass, crappie and catfish available. The park consists of 35 developed acres and 368 acres of non developed 'greenspace'. It is really nice.

No flotation devices allowed on the lake.


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Directions to Klineline Ponds: Follow I-5 north from Portland, then take 78th St. exit. Head east on 78th, follow 78th to Hwy 99, head north on 99. Take a left at the boat shop and lumber yard. Go approximately 1/4 mile until you find "Klineline County Park" on the right. There is a $2 dollar parking fee during the summer and walk-ins are free.

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