Divide Well Campground is a remote site with a rustic look. It is situated in an meadow with scattered ponderosa pine and denser fir along the campground edges. Divide Well is a popular spot for elk hunters, but little used through the rest of the season. It features 11 campsties and two accessible vault toilets. There is no potable water or garbage service, so please pack out all garbage and dispose of it at home.
Nearby is the Potamus Point Interpretive Site, with breathtaking views, interesting geology, and a herd of re-introduced bighorn sheep. There are no developed trails on this side of the North Fork John Day Ranger District.
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 August until mid-November.
From Ukiah, OR, travel west 1 mile to the Hwy 395 junction. Cross Hwy 395 and continue to travel east on Forest Service Road (FSR) 53 for about 9 miles. Turn left (south) on FSR 5312 and travel about 7 miles to FSR 5320. Turn right (west) on FSR 5320 and go about 1.5 miles to Divide Well Campground on the right (east).