Bear Wallow Creek Campground

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

This campground offers a pleasant experience among the pines adjacent to State Highway 244.  It features 8 campsties, including 1 accessible site and 2 accessible vault toilets.  There is no potable water or garbage service, so please dispose of your garbage at home. 

Attractions in this area include hunting, bird watching, photo opportunities, and a 1/4-mile-long, accessible interpretive trail detailing the life cycle of steelhead salmon. 

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 06/19/2015: Open
Operational Hours: The campground is closed only by snow. It is maintained seasonally from Memorial Day until mid-November.
Reservations: Not reservable. First come, first serve.
Area Amenities: Interpretive Site,Accessible,Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables,Toilets,Parking
Fees Single site: $8 per night (extra $5 fee per vhicle exceeding the two-vehicle-per-site allowance). Occupancy is limited to 8 people and 2 vehicles per site. 
Open Season: Late May
Usage: Light
Busiest Season: Hunting seasons
Closest Towns: Ukiah, OR
Water: No potable water. Adjacent to Bear Wallow Creek
Restroom: Vault (2)
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

Directions:

From Ukiah, Oregon: Travel east on Highway 244 and continue for 11.5 miles to Bear Wallow Campground on the left hand side (north).


Accessibility:

Conveniently located along Oregon State Highway 244. 


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Activities


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Campground Camping

RV Camping

Reservation Info Not reservable
Hookup - WaterNone
Pavement Type of Parking Gravel
No. of Sites 8
Size Restrictions 3 sites can accomodate RVs longer than 20 feet.
No. of Accessible sites 1
Hookups - ElectricNone
Dump StationsNone
Hookup - SewerNone

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Picnicking

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Amenities

Camping trailer All sites
Toilets Vault (2)
Accessible Sites 4 and 6 are accessible, as is the interpretive trail
Picnic tables 1 day use table at the interpretive trail parking area
Parking Gravel
Tent camping All sites
Interpretive Site 1/4 mile trail interprets steelhead lifecycle