About Big Springs
Looking for a nice cool break from that summer heat? This campground is the coolest campground in the area during hot summer days. Hunting and hiking opportunities are in a close proximity of Big Springs. There are five trailer and five tent sites, one vault toilet and a few picnic tables available for day use. ACTIVITIES Camping: There are 10 developed sites at this campground, which is the coolest campground during hot summer days. 5 sites are trailer sites, and the other 5 are tent sites. Each site has a fire ring/fire pit and picnic table. There is a spring that runs through much of the campground, however it is not recommended for consumption. There is no electricity or hookups at this campground. Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting: Hunting for deer and elk in the fall. Picnicking: Picnic tables are available at this site for day use.
USDA Forest Service
Big Springs is located in Washington
From Pomeroy, Washington (39 minutes): Starting on Main St. in Pomeroy head east out of town on US Highway 12 for 10 miles. Just before the crest of the Alpowa Summit, turn right onto Sweeney Gulch Road, go for 8.3 miles where the road becomes Washington Highway 128 east for 3 more miles. Take a slight right onto Forest Service Road 42 (Iron Springs Road ((graveled)) ) for 8.2 miles. Turn right onto Forest Service Road 125 and the enterence to Big Springs will be on your left. From Clarkston, Washington (72 minutes):Starting at US Highway 12 (Bridge Street) head out of town west bound for 20.9 miles. Take a left turn onto (Sweeney Gulch Road) go for 8.3 miles where the road becomes Washington Highway 128 east for 3 more miles. Take a slight right onto Forest Service Road 42 (Iron Springs Road ((graveled)) ) for 8.2 miles. Turn right onto Forest Service Road 125 and the enterence to Big Springs will be on your left.
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