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About Eight Mile

Upper Eightmile Campground is near Forest Road 44.  This campground is close to the 44 Trail System which is a popular multi-use trail system. Campers have access to Eightmile Loop Trail #496 from the campground.  The approximately 6 mile loop is a popular hiking and mountain biking loop.

National Forest
Not Reservable
Eight Mile is located in Oregon
45.407 N
-121.456 W
Get Directions
From Dufur, OR –  Follow Dufur Valley Road until you reach the forest boundary in which the road turns into Forest Road 44.  Continue on FR44 and turn right onto FR 4430.  The campground is on the right hand side of FR 4430.  (Total distance: 17.5 miles) From Hood River, OR - Go approximately 25 miles on Highway 35 South.  Turn left onto Forest Road 44 and go approximately 10 miles.  Turn left onto Forest Road 4430.  Campground on the right hand side of FR 4430 From Portland, OR – Go 41 mileson Highway 26 East and merge onto Highway 25 North.  Continue approximately 13 miles on Highway 35 and then turn right onto Forest Road 44.  Go approximately 10 miles and then turn left onto Forest Road 4430.  Campground on the right hand side of FR 4430.   Check the Roads Table  for up to date information and seasonal closures.
1 Review of Eight Mile
Classic Feel, Superb Hosts

Also called Eightmile Crossing. We liked it here, so much to do and explore. We had loud neighbors addressing their kids at 10:30 PM - the dad yelling "Turn off the TV!" 8-10 times in a row, at a higher volume each time so the whole campground could know what an effective parent he was - but the camp host couple (Dean was the guy) were active and empathetic. They knew how important it is to explain the WHY of certain rules and considerations, and it was fun to hear their background to ending up here. The parents were quieter the 2nd night. The trail system throughout the area is tremendous. We did most of the Eightmile trail loop that starts in the campground. The signage indicated that one way around the circle was easy, the other more difficult, depending on the challenge you wanted. The especially cool aspect of Eightmile is that it's just on the "no rain" side of the climate divide with Portland/the coast, yet still tree-rich. Downsides were being in a sound corridor for planes landing at PDX, no significant distance between sites or between sites and the roads, and the overall typical/routine feel of the place. Bring your fun friends and/or your journal.