Dolly Varden Campground

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This first camp along the Fall Creek drainage on Forest Service Road 18 provides convenient access to the beginning of the 13.7-mile Fall Creek National Recreation Trail. The campground offers 5 tent-only sites. Three sites are along the creek on the north side of Forest Road 18, and two walk-in…

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1 Review of Dolly Varden Campground

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Angelina S.
Reviewed Feb. 8, 2020

Peaceful

So relaxing and many swimming holes. Trails to walk and see the waterfalls. Very easy to moderate trails that have been pretty kept up by forestry workers and the community.

Location

Dolly Varden Campground is located in Oregon

Directions

12 miles northeast of Lowell, Oregon. From Lowell, Oregon: Beginning at the Lowell Junior/Senior High School at 65 South Pioneer Street, head north for 0.1 mile. Turn left at the 2nd cross street onto North Shore Drive. Drive for another 0.1 mile and turn right at the first cross street, which is South Moss Street. In approximately 0.8 miles, South Moss Street becomes the Jasper-Lowell Road. Continue for another 1.0 mile until the four-way stop. Turn right onto Big Fall Creek Road. Approaching the base of the Fall Creek Lake dam, bear to the left after passing Winberry Creek Road (on your right). Note that Big Fall Creek Road becomes Forest Road 18 after crossing the National Forest boundary. Travel for 10.2 miles from the four-way stop and the destination will be on your left.

Coordinates

43.96400038 N
122.61600028 W

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About This Campground

This first camp along the Fall Creek drainage on Forest Service Road 18 provides convenient access to the beginning of the 13.7-mile Fall Creek National Recreation Trail. The campground offers 5 tent-only sites. Three sites are along the creek on the north side of Forest Road 18, and two walk-in only sites are across the road.

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