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About Whistler Campground

Located on the northern edge of Mill Creek Wilderness, this campground is located within walking distance from the Wildcat North Trailhead.   There are many standing dead trees here so be careful where you wander and where you set your camp.   Whistler Springs rockhounding site is located within the campground shortly downhill from the restroom that has a tendency to draw enthusiasts.  For visitors who are interested in either hiking in preserved wilderness areas, or scavenging for some beautiful stones this is a great place to spend some time.   Visit our Rocks & Minerals page for more information on rockhounding.   View a vicinity map of Mill Creek Wilderness and trails   NOTE : The road getting to the campground, as well as the road within the campground, are both very rough.  Recreational vehicles and trailers are not recommended.

National Forest
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Not Reservable
No Showers
RVs and Trailers
No Sewer Hookups
No Water Hookups
Max Length: 24 ft.
Whistler Campground is located in Oregon
44.4984 N
-120.4828 W
Get Directions
From Prineville, Oregon: Travel north on Main Street for approximately 11 miles to the Ochoco National Forest boundary.   Main Street turns into Forest Service Road 27 at the forest boundary. Continue on Forest Service Road 27 for another 12 miles.   At the junction of Forest Service Road 27 and Forest Service Road 2745, veer right to stay on Forest Service Road 27.   Continue for another 4 miles along the wilderness boundary.   At the junction of Forest Service Road 27 and Forest Service Road 200, turn right toward Wildcat North Trailhead.   Continue past the trailhead and parking area, and you will drive straight into Whistler Campground.   NOTE: Unpaved sections of Forest Service Road 27 and the campground road are very rough. 4WD or AWD vehicles are recommended.
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