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
11/14/2014: This campground is not maintained in the late fall and early spring. It may be covered with snow and/or not accessible from Oct-May.
The campground is closed only by snow. It is maintained seasonally from Memorial Day until mid-November.
A 1/4 mile-long accessible interpretive trail takes off from a parking area at the back of Bear Wallow Campground. The trail is composed of compacted gravel and is relatively flat. There are four log-hewn benches scattered along the trail for rest or wildlife viewing. Twelve signs interpret the life-cycle of steelhead salmon. The trail can also be directly accessed from campsite #4.
There is a 1/4 interpretive trail along the stream. See description under "Day Hiking" section.
A picnic table is available at the interpretive trail parking area for day use.
Sites 4 and 6 are accessible, as is the interpretive trail
1 day use table at the interpretive trail parking area