Judy T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 26, 2020

An oasis near Malheur National Wildlife Refuge

This is one of our favorite campgrounds. The location is near the refuge and Steen Mountain recreation area. The sites are spacious and far apart for privacy. Most sites have trees usually willow for shade. There are several vault toilets, fresh potable water from pump spigots, garbage cans, and recycling cans for glass and aluminum. There is usually a camp host to provide firewood and assistance. It is usually full on weekends when the refuge has bird migrations. Deer can be pests as they wander the campground at will. The graded gravel road in can be rough washboard at times. Sites are large enough for the bigger RVs. If you have a tents, you can stay right next to wetlands or the Blitzen River.

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