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Imnaha River Woods Development, Oregon

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13 Reviews of 9 Imnaha River Woods Development, Oregon Campgrounds

Michael B.
Reviewed Jun. 1, 2021

Park at the River

Nice, clean RV park with full hookups and dry camping. Dry camping is next to the river, very pretty. Near hiking trail and tram ride to the top of mt Howard is across the street

Month of VisitJuly
Arielle W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 4, 2020

Gorgeous and remote. Be prepared to CLIMB!

This is not an official campground. There is a lot of space for campers, though, and it is not heavily trafficked. The trek to Echo Lake is about 8 miles (one-way) from the start of the Hurricane Creek Trail. When you arrive at Echo Lake, beauty awaits you! This location is a remote and peaceful…

D T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 8, 2020

Busy but nice!

This RV park is on the south side of Wallowa Lake nestled on the river that feeds the lake. They have 49 full hookup sites and they definitely pack them in there. We opted for a river site which is dry camping but much quieter and a bit more dispersed.

The area is a great little getaway with a…

Jim B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 3, 2020

Getting there is half the fun

This place is quiet, comfortable, and secluded. It’s near the end of 18 miles of unpaved mountain road and some of the most spectacular mountain scenery along the way. The bunkhouse is beginning to show its age but it accommodates a large group and the enclosed porch on the back of the building is…

Jarod C.
Reviewed Jul. 22, 2020

Awesome Dispersed Camping Along West Eagle Creek

This area offers incredible dispersed camping opportunities alongside West Eagle Creek south of the West Eagle Meadows trailhead on NF-77 (aka Eagle Creek Rd). Just drive down the road and explore the many turnoffs to find one that suits your needs. Don’t forget to leave time for a day hike up to…

Hannah W.
Reviewed Jul. 12, 2020

Amazing views and history!

This campground is a hike-in area unless you visit via dirt bikes, mountain bikes or horses. It is 4.4 miles to Loon Lake from the Chinook Campground.Chinook is the last place you can get water and use a pit toilet before going on the hike. Follow the Loon Lake Loop trail to get to the lake. It is…

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Month of VisitAugust
Easton S.
Reviewed Sep. 17, 2019

Second annual

Liked it enough to come back. Had a huge group and multiple dogs in the group site. Very clean camp area. Extremely reasonable prices. Bathrooms are really dirty. Water for drinking is available just a short walk or really short drive. Nice fire pits. Close to water for playing in. There are some…

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Reviewed Aug. 31, 2019

Decent base camp area

Camp is decent with a few spots for smaller RV or campers - pit toilet - trees surround - high clearance vehicle recommended - steep in places

You can explore a few miles on the roads by UTV or by pickup while exploring the Salmon River drainage or the Snake River drainage. Traveling to…

Max L.
Reviewed Aug. 8, 2019

What heaven on earth truly is

Arrived late on a Saturday night originally intending to camp at the 7 devils campground but there were no available sites so decided to go back to windy saddle. We were the only campers at windy saddle and were able to get a perfect site at the head of the trail over looking hell’s canyon and…

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Easton S.
Reviewed Jul. 24, 2019

Lots of trees

There is a lot of space in each camp. Not much land in between each camp so be courteous. Good drinking water. A fairly dirty pit bathroom. I’m pretty sure it’s pet friendly. You can walk to the reservoir. The beach is very rocky.

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Reviewed Jun. 20, 2019

Absolutely beautiful

Great fishing, great sights. Plenty of off-road trails.

Thomas K.
Reviewed May. 22, 2019

Seven Devils

17 mile drive from roadway. Not recommended for any type of trailer; road can be difficult and is pinched in portions to single lane (substantial change in altitude from valley floor). Great hiking, fire lookout manned during portions of the year, vaulted toilets, check with ranger station on…

Reviewed Jul. 30, 2018

Beautiful Sunsets on a mountain lake.

**Once you turn off Hywy 95 on to Lost Valley Reservoir Road (about 16 miles North of Council), you will reach a Y in the well kept gravel road. If you turn left, you will come to Cold Spring Campground. There are RV/trailer and tent sites available for a small daily fee. There are campfire sites,…

  • Campfire at sunset.
  • Panaramic view of the little cove we camped in.
  • View from the kayake.
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