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About Umatilla National Forest Winom Creek Campground

This campground is located along the paved  Blue Mountain Scenic Byway southeast of Ukiah, OR. There are 10 campsites (3 of which are group sites) and 2 accessible toilets.  Sites 3 and 4 have log picnic shelters.  There is an interpretive sign near the information board and OHV loading dock.  There is no water or garbage service, so please pack your garbage home. 2018 Winom-Frazier OHV Complex and Desolation OHV Trail System Map - June 3, 2019 (pdf file - 466kb) Trail access : The Tower Loop Trail #3040 connects with the campground providing access to the southern end of the Winom-Frazier OHV Complex with over 100 miles of trail to enjoy. Nearby is the North Fork John Day Wilderness which is accessed via the North Winom Creek Trail #3160 and South Winom Creek Trail #3153 which are located across Winom Creek off Forest Service Road 52-440 just beyond the campground. Available activities nearby also include hunting, sight-seeing, mushroom picking, huckleberry picking, photography and the Ukiah-Granite Roadside Geology tour. For information about accessible recreation opportunities in Pacific Northwest National Forests, visit

National Forest
Drive In
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Umatilla National Forest Winom Creek Campground is located in Oregon
45.0121 N
-118.6427 W
Get Directions
From Ukiah, OR, travel south on County Road 1475 (turns into Forest Service Road 52 after 5 miles) for approximately 23 miles to Forest Service Road 5200440. Turn right and travel 1 mile to the campground entrance on the right (north).
2 Reviews of Umatilla National Forest Winom Creek Campground
Groups Galore

This site as a primary function: OHV camping.

Which makes sense as it sits at the heart of a designated OHV area, with hundreds of miles of trails connecting campgrounds to the north, east, and west.

Three large group sites are the main draw for most people, with plenty of room for RVs, trailers, and extra vehicles. 1 or 2 other spots are secluded enough for tent camping, but even then you won’t avoid the presence of roaring engines and mini tours around the park.

All in all, a wonderful site in the heart of the Umitilla Forest, but beware the motored groups if it’s not your cup of tea.

First to Review
Primitive campground with a nice stream

Nice flat campground developed for OHV and equestrian activities. 22 mi SE of Ukiah on FR 52. No drkg wtr, just vaulted toilets. Winding narrow road to the site. This was our first night over on our 3 month camping trip to the EAST coast after leaving Portland. This June 7th night we were the only campers at this site. We had driven the Blue Mountain byway from I-84 exit 147. Beautiful day of touring the countryside in Eastern Oregon. The campsite had fire rings and Picnic tables.