This small campground along the Scenic Middle Fork of the John Day River set back amongst beautiful ponderosa pine trees is a great spot for fishing and viewing spawning steelhead in the fall. The campground is a good starting point for hunters, hikers and those wishing to see beautiful scenery, wildlife and wildflowers. The campground sets just off of the county road allowing for easy access to all variety of vehicles and bicycles.
At a Glance
01/20/2016: Middle Fork Campground open, however the entrance to the campground may become impassible due to snow.
$8/Night for single unit, $4/Night for extra vehicle
Austin Junction, OR
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From the town of Prairie City, OR, travel east on US Highway 26 approximately 11 miles to the junction of US Highway 7, follow US Highway 7 for approximately 1 mile to the junction with County Road 20, junction will be on the left. Follow County Road 20 for approximately 5 miles, the campground will be on the left.
This 10 site campground can accommodate up to a 30' camptrailer length includes vehicle.
No. of Sites
9 single site(s), 1 double site(s)
No. of Accessible sites
River and Stream Fishing
Fishing for rainbow and redband trout and for seasonal runs of spring chinook and summer steelhead is good in the area. For regulation and license information please visit the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Rainbow and redband trout, spring chinook, and summer steelhead.
Rocky Mountain Elk and Mule Deer hunting is popular in the area during the fall and early winter months. For hunting regulations and license information please visit the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.