Lake Oroville Marina at Lime Saddle

Welcome to Lake Oroville, Northern California’s largest state reservoir. Lake Oroville is the cornerstone of Lake Oroville State Recreation Area and is conveniently located on the Feather River, about 75 miles north of Sacramento, in the chaparral oak-pine belt of northern mother lode country.

Lake Oroville Marina has endless opportunities to enjoy the uncrowded atmosphere. Soak up the sun while reading a book on your California houseboat rental and cool off by sliding down the waterslide into the lake. The calm waters are ideal for swimming, waterskiing or snorkeling. Cruise the waters or park along shore to enjoy some great lakeside hiking or camping.

After the springtime snow runoff, take a trip up the middle fork of the Feather River to see the spectacular 640-foot Feather Falls. When the lake is high, you can boat to within a quarter-mile of the falls.

The 167 miles of forested shoreline is home to spotted bass, chinook salmon, catfish and rainbow trout. Lake Oroville is recognized as one of the best bass fisheries in the western United States, boating some of the highest catch rates of quality fish in California.

Getaway with your family or friends to this uncrowded splendor and spend true quality time away from it all. From everyone here at Forever Resorts, we look forward to your visit.

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Hours of Operation

7:00AM – 7:00PM Memorial Day through Labor Day. Winter hours are 8:00AM to 4:30PM.


  • Houseboat Rentals
  • Deck Cruiser and Ski Boat Rentals
  • Personal Watercraft Rentals
  • Fuel Dock and Launch Ramp
  • Marina Convenience Store
  • Snack Bar
  • Campgrounds nearby

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