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Wallowa-Whitman National Forest

The Two Pan Campground is a small horse camp located below the Two Pan Trailhead at the end of the Lostine Canyon Road. The campground offers 4 stock sites with limited parking areas for visitors wanting to spend time near the Eagle Cap Wilderness. It is situated in a cool location, shaded by…

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1 Review of Two Pan

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Katie M.
Reviewed Jul. 24, 2018

Horse camp

The camp has four spots for camping with picnic tables, fire pit, tie ups for horses and hay holders. There was some hay left over that attracted a deer very close to us as we camped here at night. We also heard what may have been a bear growling at night. The camp is about 11 miles down a gravel…

Location

Two Pan is located in Oregon

Directions

From Enterprise, Oregon travel northwest on State Highway 82 to Lostine; In Lostine go 7 miles south on the Lostine River Road to Forest boundary; Lostine River Road turns into Forest Road 8210; Travel on Forest Road 8210 up the Lostine Canyon for 11 more miles to campground on left side before Two Pan Trailhead. The forest roads are gravel surface.

Coordinates

45.25000095 N
117.37700055 W

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About This Campground

The Two Pan Campground is a small horse camp located below the Two Pan Trailhead at the end of the Lostine Canyon Road. The campground offers 4 stock sites with limited parking areas for visitors wanting to spend time near the Eagle Cap Wilderness. It is situated in a cool location, shaded by spruce and fir trees.

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    Campers might be able check email, send texts, and make calls.

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