RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Fourbit Ford Campground

Fourbit Ford campground and campsites are located along Fourbit Creek in the City of Medford, OR, watershed. This remote and picturesque campground is a short distance from Willow Lake and Fish Lake, and nearby to Whiskey Springs Campground.


Numerous hiking trails are within easy access, including the Mt. McLaughlin Trail #3716.


This small campground contains a variety of campsites to accommodate all types of visitors and campers, including group, family and single campsites. Drinking water is available at nearby Whiskey Springs Campground. The campground has one vault toilet. Firewood is available for purchase from the off-site Host.

Natural Features

Quiet and secluded this campground is located on the site of the original supply road (Old Military Road) for Fort Klamath. Sites are located along Fourbit Creek.

ADA Access: N

National Forest
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Fourbit Ford Campground is located in Oregon
42.5009 N
-122.4034 W
Get Directions
From Medford, OR, travel north approximately 16 miles on Highway 62 going through Eagle Point, OR, to the Butte Falls / Willow Lake turnoff. Turn east (right) and travel 16 miles to the town of Butte Falls, OR. Continue through Butte Falls, OR, on County Road 821 for 9.1 miles to Forest Road 3065. Turn north (left) and travel 1.4 miles to the campground entrance to the west (left).
2 Reviews of Fourbit Ford Campground
Quieter, less used than Whiskey Springs

This campground is off to the right vs going to Whiskey Springs. There are trails, flat ground, fire pits, plenty of room for tent camping & RV. This is near a logging area, so you can bring your ATVs & go on the logging roads. Occasionally bear wonders through, so bring protection, otherwise worth the camping trip.

First to Review
Beautiful campground

Small, quiet campground a little off the beaten track, so it’s rarely full. The campsites are spaced far apart, and there’s a nice creek that runs alongside the campground. Good access to all sorts of outdoor activities!