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      1.

      Cascara Campground — Fall Creek State Recreation Area

      6 Reviews
      31 Saves
      Lowell, Oregon

      This recreation area is part of Fall Creek Lake

      • Phone Service
      • Tents
      • Standard (Tent/RV)
      • Trash
      • Firewood Available
      • Drinking Water
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      2.

      Clark Creek Organization Campground

      3 Reviews
      1 Photo
      6 Saves
      Lowell, Oregon

      Overview

      Clark Creek, located 12 miles northeast of Lowell, Oregon, is a fantastic group campground built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It features five sleeping structures with platform sleeping bunks, plus a large field to pitch tents, play baseball and volleyball or throw a Frisbee. Several hiking and biking trails, swimming areas and open fields offer fun opportunities for large groups with varied interests.

      Recreation

      The campground offers a baseball field and horseshoe pits, and a volleyball net can be set up on the field. A few footpaths meander through the recreation area. One connects the sleeping shelters to Big Falls Creek and another links to the Ta-Wa-Si Chapel. The Fall Creek Trail Area is worth exploring, including the Clark Creek Nature Trail.

      Facilities

      The campground offers a baseball field and horseshoe pits, and a volleyball net can be set up on the field. A few footpaths meander through the recreation area. One connects the sleeping shelters to Big Falls Creek and another links to the Ta-Wa-Si Chapel. The Fall Creek Trail Area is worth exploring, including the Clark Creek Nature Trail.

      Natural Features

      Clark Creek runs through the campground and connects with Big Fall Creek in the Willamette Valley. Willamette National Forest spans 1.6 million acres on the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains.

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      • Tents
      • Group
      • Cabins
      • Tent Cabin
      • Trash

      $212 - $242 / night

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      3.

      Hult Pond

      14 Reviews
      47 Photos
      279 Saves
      Blachly, Oregon

      This site, sometimes referred to as Horton Lake, Hult Marsh, Hult Reservoir, or Mill Pond, was developed in the early 1900s for logging operations. The reservoir and surrounding wetland is about 40 acres and supports a rich diversity of wildlife, fish, and plant species. This recreation site is popular for activities such as fishing, camping, hiking, horseback riding, and scenic driving.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • ADA Access
      • Tents
      • Dispersed
      • Picnic Table
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        Big Pool Campground

        1 Review
        20 Saves
        Fall Creek Lake, Oregon

        Big Pool is a small, shady, five site campground situated between Forest Service Road 18 and Fall Creek. Expect heavy use during summer weekends.

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        • Cabins
        • Standard (Tent/RV)
        • Tent Cabin
        • Glamping
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        5.

        Whispering Pine Horse Camp

        1 Review
        6 Photos
        16 Saves
        Eugene, Oregon

        Overview

        Located eleven miles west of Sisters, Oregon, off Highway 242, Whispering Pine Horse Camp provides early season access to trails and is perfect for horse lovers who are visiting nearby friends. This rustic nine site horse camp offers great riding opportunities and trail access to the Three Sisters Wilderness Area.

        Recreation

        This campground offers many opportunities for horseback riding or hiking with the many trails nearby. The pine forest provides shade as well as the chance to go bird or nature watching.

        Facilities

        This campground offers many opportunities for horseback riding or hiking with the many trails nearby. The pine forest provides shade as well as the chance to go bird or nature watching.

        Natural Features

        Whispering Pine Horse Camp is nestled below a thick ponderosa pine forest mixed with birch in the wet areas. The pines provide nice shade and the chance to enjoy the quiet of nature.

        Nearby Attractions

        The close proximity to the town of Sisters offers many additional amenities and attractions, such as well as the nearby Camp Sherman RV Park as well as the Windigo Trail and Sisters Wilderness Trails.

        Charges & Cancellations

        Once your reservation start date has begun, neither the Recreation.gov Contact Center nor the campground manager will be able to modify your reservation.

        • Fires
        • Tents
        • Equestrian
        • Picnic Table

        $21 - $23 / night

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          Sweet Home Ranger District (US Highway 20)

          3 Reviews
          1 Photo
          5 Saves
          Sweet Home, Oregon

          Sweet Home Ranger District (US Highway 20) A group of people hike along Browder Ridge with mountains in the distanceSweet Home Ranger District is in the middle part of the Willamette National Forest. This area is accessible from the west via Highway 20 from Albany, OR, or from the east on Highway 20 from Sisters. Let the Sweet Home Ranger District give you a taste of the sweet life! You’ll find mountain biking adventures, incredible wildflower hikes, swimming areas to keep cool on a hot summer day, and much more. Guided Hikes Sweet Home Nature and Heritage Tours offer incredible opportunities to learn about the plants, animals, geology and cultural history of the Sweet Home area, located on the edges of the Willamette Valley and within the spectacular Cascade Mountains. Camping Keep cool on a warm summer day at one of the popular campground and swimming areas such as Fernview Campground, House Rock Campground, or Trout Creek Campground. Hiking If you like wildflowers take a hike in the Old Cascade Crest Trail Area or the Tombstone Pass Trail Area (especially Iron Mountain Trail). The Hackleman Old Growth Trail is a short 1/4 mile hike, but offers spectacular sightings of old growth trees and views of the South Santiam River. Wildflowers cover a rock face on the Iron Mountain Trail Other Recreation Grab your bike and get your legs and heart pumping on the Santiam Wagon Road Trail Area and Iron Mountain. Uncover the past at Longbow Organization Camp.

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          • Toilets
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          Alsea Falls

          6 Reviews
          33 Photos
          69 Saves
          Alsea, Oregon
          • Pets
          • Phone Service
          • Reservable
          • Tents
          • Trash
          • Picnic Table
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              10.

              Steamboat Falls

              3 Reviews
              16 Saves
              Umpqua National Forest, Oregon

              This campground offers excellent scenery. Although Steamboat Creek is closed to all fishing, summer visitors often see large steelhead trout attempting to jump the falls during their spawning runs. The campground is on the other side of Steamboat Creek from Steamboat Road. Towering fir trees shade the campsites, making it feel as if you are further away from the North Umpqua Highway. The trailhead for the 5.5-mile Mott segment of the North Umpqua Trail is about 6 miles southwest of the campground. Facilities 7 campsites with picnic tables and fire pits 3 tent campsites with picnic tables and fire pits No drinking water Horseshoe pits Baseball fields Vault toilet Garbage disposal

              • Pets
              • Fires
              • Tents
              • Standard (Tent/RV)
              • Trash
              • Picnic Table
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