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About Rogue River-Siskiyou/Abbott Creek

NOTE (8/13/18): THIS SITE IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO ONGOING ACTIVITY RELATED TO THE MILES FIRE. It will reopen once conditions improve and public safety concerns are alleviated. People interested in camping in this area should look into staying at nearby campgrounds, such as Union Creek or Farewell Bend. The RRSNF thanks you for  your patience and understanding this fire season! Abbott Creek Campground is a remote and picturesque campground in the midst of old-growth forest and along Abbott Creek, but is within walking distance to many other creeks and rivers, including Woodruff Creek and the beautiful Rogue River. With quiet and secluded campsites, there are many group sites for family and friends. This campground is complete with amazing fishing locations and numerous hiking trails that are easily accessible! While here, don't miss seeing the Rogue Gorge and Natural Bridge! For those who enjoy motorized recreation, there is easy access to an extensive OHV trail system nearby, at Woodruff OHV Play Area. The Upper Rogue River Trail may be accessed nearby at the Upper Rogue River-Woodruff Bridge Trailhead. Facilities 25 campsites with picnic tables and fire pits OHV use allowed at sites 1-5 No drinking water (Water available at Union Creek Campground) Campground host 7 vault toilets Garbage disposal Gray water sumps Firewood for sale

National Forest
Drive In
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Not Reservable
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RVs and Trailers
Max Length: 30 ft.
Rogue River-Siskiyou/Abbott Creek is located in Oregon
42.8813 N
-122.5076 W
Get Directions
From Medford, OR, take Highway 62 towards the town of Prospect, OR.  Continue on Highway 62 about 6.5 miles north of Prospect, OR. Turn north (left) on Forest Road 68 and continue about 3.5 miles to the entrance for Abbott Creek Campground to the west (left).
1 Review of Rogue River-Siskiyou/Abbott Creek
First to Review
Very Positive!

We searched for a campsite all the way from Diamond Lake down to lost creek lake all all of the campsites were full. We decided to check one more time at Abbott Creek and found a little campsite literally next to the creek outside of the designated camping area were we could back the truck with the attached trailer down to our campsite. There was a fire ring already built and a place to fit our Sky View Lodge (aka our 1 massive tent that can fit 10) and camped for 2 nights! There was no bathroom but when camping right, you bring the essential shovel and tee-pee and find some privacy and your fine! We also had no access to clean purified water, again we boiled it and we're fine! Overall a great way to bring the family out for a good weekend trip!

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