"Electric Motor Only" Waterways in Oregondata.oregon.gov | Last Updated 7 May 2013
Some waterbodies in Oregon have been designated "electric motor only" by Oregon Administrative Rule or statute. These waterbodies have been designated based on their topography, size and traditional boating uses.
This dataset has the following 4 columns:
|Column Name||API Column Name||Data Type||Description||Sample Values|
|Waterbody||waterbody||text||Waterbodies where electric motors on boats are allowed.|
Walter Wirth Lake
Willow Creek Lake*
Wilson River*view top 100
|County||county||text||County where the waterbody is located.|
Multnomahview top 100
|Restrictions||waterway_segment||text||Exact locations where the restrictions are enforced and defined in administrative rule or statute.|
redview top 100
|Restricted Segment||restricted_segment||text||Specific area where electric motors are prohibited.|
Boating prohibited within the log boomed area near dam spillway. Motorboats are permitted on the waterway in designated areas. No person shall operate a motorboat upstream from the second markers (identified by the letter "B") except that electric motors may be used.
Electric motor only above marked 5 mph zone.
Electric motor only upstream from Parks boat ramp at Hwy 101 Bridge.
Electric motor only above Hwy 101 Bridge.
Electric motor only on Balm Fork arm upstream of marked point approximately 1,000 feet downstream from Balm Fork Bridge. Boating is prohibited within the buoy line 100' from dam.view top 100