Located 35 minutes southwest of Lakeview, Oregon, this small and secluded creekside campground is ideal for a family or group. A bridge crosses over Drews Creek to the campground. Three campsites feature picnic tables and fire rings. Conveniently, there is a day use area within the campground with five tables, two fire rings, and horseshoe pits. You’ll find one vault toilet for the campground and one for the day use area.
Drews Creek offers peace and quiet under a majestic ponderosa pine canopy. Riparian vegetation dominates the land around Drews Creek.
There is no fee to use this forest camp and no potable water. Visitors need to pack plenty of water.
At a Glance
(Lakeview Ranger District)
5/15 - 10/15
Vault Toilet (2)
Drews Creek Campground is located 35 minutes southwest of Lakeview. Take Oregon Highway 140 west from Lakeview toward Bly, Oregon. Then, turn left on Andy Hill Road. Continue south on Andy Hill Road, then a right onto Dog Lake Road. Follow Dog Lake Road north to Drews Creek Campground.