This campground offers a pleasant experience among the pines adjacent to State Highway 244. It features 8 campsties, including 1 accessible site and 2 accessible vault toilets. There is no potable water or garbage service, so please dispose of your garbage at home.
Attractions in this area include hunting, bird watching, photo opportunities, and a 1/4-mile-long, accessible interpretive trail detailing the life cycle of steelhead salmon.
This is a small Forest Service campground right on the river. The sites are very simple, with picnic tables and fire rings. It can be a little noisy in the sites nearest the road, but the dense shrubbery helps. There is a decent amount of privacy between sites and the campground is well-maintained.
Bear Wallow Creek is in the Umatilla Forest off HWY 244 about 11 miles east of Ukiah. There is no water or garbage, and has one group sites, there are picnic table and fire rings. At the group site is an area to hook up your kill. You are in the mist of the larges elk herd. The town of Ukiah has a dump station (located by the park in middle of town), and the Ranger Station. There is an interpretative trail, can get more information from Ranger Station in Ukiah.