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
11/03/2016: Campground fees will be charged through November 15. The campground is not maintained but is still available throughout the winter. Access will be snowmobiles only once the road is inaccessible due to snow.
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