Located in a beautiful high-elevation alpine setting, this small camp is situated along the north shore of Blair Lake. Four campsites are walk-in only, ideal for tent camping. The remaining three sites are accessible by vehicle. Expect heavy weekend use during the summer and note that the small, unimproved parking area is better suited for smaller vehicles.
Blair Lake, 35 acres in size and 20 feet deep, supports a population of brook and rainbow trout and is stocked regularly.
The surrounding landscape provides an impressive wildflower display in early summer and tasty huckleberries in late summer/early autumn.
The historic Blair Lake Trail begins nearby, enticing hikers, equestrians, and off-road cyclists into the high elevation prairies and forests.
At a Glance
- Check in time: 2:00 pm or later
- Check out time: 1:00 pm
- 7 first-come, first-served campsites
||Campsite must be occupied every night paid, and fees must be paid within 30 minutes of arrival
- Single Campsites - $8 per night
- Extra Vehicles - $4 per vehicle, per night
- 14 day limit
- NO trailer facilities
- Quiet hours: 10 pm to 6 am
- Single campsite capacity: 6 persons, two vehicles, and two tents
- Campsites #4 - #7 are walk in only.
- Use of chainsaws prohibited in the campground
- Dogs MUST be on leash at all times in campground
||Oakridge, Oregon (18 miles)
||Passes allow holder 50% off overnight fee*
*Discount does NOT apply to extra vehicle fees or multiple campsites.
- Golden Age/Access Pass
- Interagency Senior/Access Pass
||Willamette National Forest
||Middle Fork Ranger Station
Approximately 18 miles northeast of Oakridge, Oregon.
Starting at the Oakridge Post Office (48264 East 1st Street), drive east along East 1st for 0.7 miles where East 1st becomes Salmon Creek Road. Note that Salmon Creek Road is also Forest Road (FR) 24 once past the National Forest Boundary. Follow Salmon Creek Road/FR 24 for 8.2 miles until the junction of Forest Road 1934 on your left. Turn left on 1934 and follow for 7.4 miles until the junction of Forest Road 1934-733. Follow the 733 spur for 1.5 miles until it ends at the camp.
Read about camping rules, regulations and camping tips on our Camping Rules & Things to Know page.