|Located on Galesville Reservoir 8 miles east of Exit 88 on I-5 near the community of Azalea. The park provides access to 640 acre reservoir for fishing and boating recreation. The park has two entrances, one for the campground and the other for the day use area.
The Park is named after Chief Miwaleta of the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians. Chief Miwaleta was Chief during the 1850s when survival for the tribe was very difficult. He passed during an epidemic that swept through the tribe’s village after settlement and mining began to take the toll on the land and the native residents.
Boat Ramp – A developed boat ramp is open year round with ample parking and a dedicated restroom.
Day Use Area – Located next to the boat ramp, a pavilion, playground, restroom and several picnic sites with barbeques sit along the shore of Galesville Reservoir under the trees. A trail runs along the shore.
Campground – 3 Cabins (2 deluxe and 1 rustic), 20 full hook-up camping sites with water front and forested setting. A restroom and shower facility service the full hook-up sites and a vault restroom services the tent sites.