Located around a scenic meadow and surrounded by majestic trees such as Engelmann spruce and Lodgepole pine, Target Meadows has a unique history. It was used by U.S. Army soldiers stationed at Ft. Walla Walla as a summer encampment and artillary range from the late 1880s through 1906. Visitors who explore the campground and surrounding area can even find grooves in trees left by the Calvary's bullets. Located at the end of the road is the Burnt Cabin Trailhead. This trail will lead you down to the South Fork Walla Walla River Trail.
At a Glance
01/07/16: Closed for the winter months.
2014 Fall Operating Schedule: Monday, September 15 campsites 8 through 18. No garbage service for rest of season; Water system shut down Sept 30; Campsite fees charged through October 15; All campsite occupancy regulations remain in force; All regular campsite fees will continue to be charged though October 15; Campground closed for the season on November 30, 2014.
An overnight camping fee of $12.00 will be charged. An additional $5 "per extra vehicle" fee will be charged for each vehicle exceeding the maximum two vehicle per site allowance.
July 4th Weekend - Labor Day Weekend
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From Weston, Oregon: Travel 20 miles east of Weston on Highway 204. Turn left (north) onto Forest Service Road 64. Go two miles then turn left onto Forest Service Road 6401. Follow the road for 1.5 miles until you come to a T-intersection. Turn right onto Forest Service Road 060. Target Meadows is located approximately ¼ to ½ mile further down the road.
From Elgin, Oregon:Travel 21 miles northwest of Elgin on Highway 204. Turn right (north) onto Forest Service Road 64. Go two miles then turn left onto Forest Service Road 6401. Follow the road for 1.5 miles until you come to a T-intersection. Turn right onto Forest Service Road 060. Target Meadows is located approximately ¼ to ½ mile further down the road.