Area Status: Open
This is a historic site in an attractive old-growth forest setting. The campground was developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937. Camp sites for tent camping are located under trees around the edge of the foundation of the old resort hotel that was built in 1910 and burned in 1935, in an unusual configuration for a campground. The Iron Mike Bubbling Spring provides mineral water once thought to have medicinal properties. The campground is located near Trapper Creek Wilderness. Nearby trails provide access to this Wilderness.
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At a Glance
||05/22/15: Open for season.
||Maximum vehicle length is 18 feet.
||Vault Toilet (1)
||Mt. Adams Ranger District
From Carson, Washington travel north on Wind River Highway/Forest Road to the Fish Hatchery. Just past the Fish Hatchery, after about 13.5 miles, Forest Road 30 forms a V with Forest Road 3065. At this V take the left fork on to 3065 and continue for about a mile to the campground.
This site is flat, but gravel. The sping is reached via a short trail from the gravel parking area.