Boat Operations in Jackson County
(1)No person shall operate a motorboat, except those propelled by electric motors on Agate Reservoir.
(2)No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of 10 MPH on:
(d)Willow Lake — Southern portion as denoted by the Uniform Waterway Marker buoys.
(3)The following areas are “designated moorage areas”:
(a)Willow Lake — Southwest Cove;
(b)Howard Prairie Lake — Howard Prairie Resort Marina and Klum Landing;
(c)Emigrant Lake — Spillway Cove area at the northwest corner of the lake.
(4)No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of a “slow—no wake” speed in the moorage areas designated in section (3) of this rule.
(5)No person shall moor a boat outside the designated moorage areas set forth in section (3) of this rule for more than 48 hours without obtaining a permit from the Jackson County Parks Department.
(6)Lost Creek Lake:
(a)No person shall operate a motorboat between the breakwaters designating the Stewart State Park swimming area;
(b)No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of a “slow—no wake” speed:
(A)In the Lost Creek Arm upstream of the “narrows” as marked;
(B)Within the cove area of the Takelma Park Boat Ramp from the intake tower to shore as marked;
(C)Upstream of the Peyton Bridge.
(a)No person shall operate a boat in excess of a “slow—no wake” speed in the Hill Creek Arm upstream of a line beginning at a point on the west shore of the Arm that is approximately 1000 feet southeast from the area of the point known as the Quarry and extending northeast across the arm to the nearest point of land on the east shore of the arm, as marked;
(b)No person shall operate a boat in excess of a “slow—no wake” speed in the Emigrant Creek Arm upstream of a line extending north and south across the arm that approximately coincides with the meridian of longitude equal to 122° 37’ 34” North, as marked.
Rule 250-020-0151 — Boat Operations in Jackson County,