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Annie Creek Sno-Park

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About This Campground

Annie Creek Sno-Park is located 43 miles northwest of Klamath Falls, Oregon, near the Crater Lake National Park boundary. Its proximity is rich with history, as Fort Klamath lies less than 10 miles from the Sno-Park. Fort Klamath was established as a military outpost on the Oregon Trail in 1863.…

Site Types

  • Tent Sites
  • RV Sites
  • Dispersed

Features

For Campers

  • ADA Access
  • Phone Service
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol
  • Pets
  • Fires

For Vehicles

  • Pull-Through Sites
  • Max Length: 50 ft.

Access

  • Drive In
    Park next to your campsite
  • Walk In
    Park in a lot, walk to your campsite
  • Hike In
    Hike a trail to your campsite

Reviews

7 Reviews of Annie Creek Sno-Park

Ratings Breakdown

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Meghan The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 28, 2021

Nice Sno-Park with fire rings, pit toilets and warming station

Did one night here on a long road trip where a quick stop in Crater Lake was on the sightseeing list. There were a few RV's with generators running and a large group that gathered in and spent the night inside the warming station, so with COVID we never went inside, despite a friendly invite to…

  • View from our tent parked at back corner of the parking lot
  • Tent camping technically not allowed, but this isn't technically a tent right?
Month of VisitApril
ZThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 19, 2020

Nice little area

Stayed here a few nights, hung out in the snow shelter for awhile. The parking lot is not the only place to sleep at, if you go down the small road near the entrance of the lot you will find a lot of nice little camping spots. I stayed on the one near the creek it’s quite nice and about 40 min from…

Alex P.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 14, 2020

Easy on the way to Crater Lake

We stayed in the upper parking lot are as we didn’t plan on staying for more than just the one night with an early wake up to go to Crater Lake. Bathrooms were closed, we couldn’t not tell if for the summer season, or if for Covid. The lodge at the end of the lot appeared open, nothing but some…

Location

Annie Creek Sno-Park is located in Oregon

Directions

From Klamath Falls, OR take US-97 north for 24 miles to OR-62. Then take OR-62 west for about 19.7 miles to Forest Road 6237 and turn right on Forest Road 6237 and follow for about 0.1 mile to Annie Creek. From Chiloquin, OR take U.S. Highway 97 south towards Klamath Falls, OR, for approximately four miles and then turn right onto Oregon Highway 62. From Oregon Highway 62 take a right onto Forest Service (FS) road 6237. Annie Creek Sno-park will be on the left side of the road.  

Coordinates

42.7611622 N
122.0588234 W

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About This Campground

Annie Creek Sno-Park is located 43 miles northwest of Klamath Falls, Oregon, near the Crater Lake National Park boundary. Its proximity is rich with history, as Fort Klamath lies less than 10 miles from the Sno-Park. Fort Klamath was established as a military outpost on the Oregon Trail in 1863. Today, it’s listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. If you want a break from recreating, it’s convenient to visit the Fort Klamath park and museum. Annie Creek offers more amenities than the average Sno-Park. As an official stop on the Oregon Volcanic Scenic Byway , you’ll find an interpretive kiosk, as well as two vaulted toilets. An attractive log-style warming shelter with wood stove and benches is open year round for picnics and relaxation.  Snowmobilers can enjoy cruising under snow covered ponderosa pines and accessing miles and miles of trails. There are no managed cross country ski trails from Annie Creek. Besides snowmobiling, winter enthusiasts of all ages flock to Annie Creek Sno-Park for excellent sledding opportunities. Adjacent to the warming shelter lies a huge bowl shaped hill perfect for coasting your sled down. At an elevation of 4,400 feet, Annie Creek generally sees snow from late November through February.  There is no potable water. Visitors need to bring plenty of water.

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