Frazier Campground & Trailhead

Area Status: Closed
This area is Closed

This campground serves as the northern gateway to the Winom-Frazier Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) trail system, with over 100 miles of trail to ride.  It features 20 campsites and 4 accessible vault toilets.  There is a large day-use picnic shelter near the campground entrance.  Trailhead parking and an interpretive sign is located in the upper loop of the campground, near the Butcherknife Trail #3189. There is no potable water or garbage service, so please pack your garbage home. 

The nearby area offers hunting, OHV riding, sight-seeing, and photography. The Tower Fire Lookout is a little more than 9 miles south of the campground on Forest Service Road 5226.  

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 11/14/14 The campground and trails are not maintained in winter and early spring. Trailheads are typically not accessible late fall through late spring due to snow. Please call the local Ranger District Office for up-to-date information.
Operational Hours: The campground is closed only by snow.  However, it is only maintained seasonally from Memorial Day until mid-November.
Reservations: Not reservable
Area Amenities: Interpretive Site,Accessible,Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables,Toilets,Parking
  • Single sites: $10/night (extra $5 fee per vehicle exceeding the two-vehicle-per-site allowance).
  • Group sites: Sites 5, 6, 7, 9, and 10 are $25/night (no extra vehicle charge).
Open Season: Late May
Usage: Medium
Busiest Season: holidays and hunting season
Closest Towns: Ukiah, OR
Water: No potable water. Adjacent to Frazier Creek
Restroom: Vault Toilet (4)
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information


From Ukiah, OR, travel east on Oregon State Highway 244 for 16 miles.  Turn right on Forest Service Road 5226. Frazier Campground/Trailhead is located about 3/4 mile up on the left.

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Camping & Cabins

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Campground Camping

This campground was updated in 2010 with new gravel in parking areas, picnic tables, fire rings, pull-through parking at some sites and larger group sites.  There is a large picnic shelter for day use functions.

General Info:


Sites 5 and 6 (group), 15 and 16 are accessible to wheelchairs. 

No. of Sites 20
No. of Accessible sites 4

RV Camping

This campground was redesigned in 2010 to  better accomodate today's longer RVs and RVs pulling trailers.  There are 8 pull-through sites (no backing needed) and 13 sites large enough for a 40-foot RV.

Hookup - WaterNone
Reservation Info Not reservable
Pavement Type of Parking Gravel
Vehicle Clearence Newly gravelled access road and parking pads
No. of Sites 20
Size Restrictions None
No. of Accessible sites 3
Hookups - ElectricNone
Dump StationsNone
Hookup - SewerNone
Pavement Type for ParkingNative Material

Group Camping

There are 5 group sites that can each accomodate up to 5 RVs pulling trailers.

Reservation Info Not reservable
No. of Sites 5 sites that can contain 5 RVs with toy trailers and 25 people.
No. of Accessible sites 3 sites, one of which is a group site.
Fees: $25 per night

OHV Riding & Camping

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Camping trailer All sites, 13 sites can hold RV up to 40' long
Toilets 4 vaults
Accessible Large day-use picnic shelter, as well as sites 5 and 6 (group), and 15 and 16 (single)
Picnic tables All Sites
Parking extra space at day use area
Tent camping All sites
Interpretive Site Interpretive sign at trailhead parking area
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