Located in a dynamic landscape setting shaped by fire, Bedrock Campground is situated on a terrace above Fall Creek where the hillsides surrounding the camp offer an impressive fireweed bloom display during the summer months. There are 21 sites. Expect heavy use on summer weekends from visitors escaping high temperatures in nearby urban areas.
At a Glance
Check in time is 2:00 pm or later. Check out time is 1:00 pm.
Campsite must be occupied every night paid, and fees must be paid within 30 minutes of arrival.
Single Campsites - $15 per night
Multiple Campsites - $28 per night
Extra Vehicles - $7 per vehicle, per night
Day Use - No fee
4/29/2016 - 9/11/2016
14 day limit
Quiet hours: 10 pm to 6 am
Maximum trailer length 24 feet
Single campsite capacity: 6 persons, two vehicles, and two tents*
Multiple campsite capacity: 8 persons, three vehicles, and three tents*
Use of chainsaws prohibited in campground
Dogs MUST be on leash while in the campground
*Additional vehicles that cannot fit within the area of the parking spur can park at the Bedrock Day Use area just up the road.
Lowell, Oregon (16.6 miles)
Golden Age/Access Pass and Interagency Senior/Access Pass allow holder 50% off overnight fee* *Discount does NOT apply to extra vehicle fees or multiple campsites.
From Lowell, Oregon: Beginning at the Lowell Junior/Senior High School at 65 South Pioneer St, head north for 0.1 mile. Turn left at the 2nd cross street onto North Shore Drive. Drive for another 0.1 mile and turn right at the first cross street, which is South Moss Street. In approximately 0.8 miles, South Moss Street becomes the Jasper-Lowell Road. Continue for another 1.0 mile until the four-way stop. Turn right onto Big Fall Creek Road. Approaching the base of the Fall Creek Lake dam, bear to the left after passing Winberry Creek Road (on your right). Note that Big Fall Creek Road becomes Forest Road 18 after crossing the National Forest boundary. Travel for 14.5 miles from the four-way stop and the destination will be on your left.
Historial Note: Bedrock Campground is located near the start of the 2003 Clark Fire. Approximately 50% of the imposing Douglas-fir and cedar were burned in the fire. All of the understory was burned over. This campground was completely restored for the 2005 summer season. The dead trees were removed, the campsites were restored, toilets were reconstructed, and the area revived.