Indigo Springs Campground
This small, three site tent-only campground is surrounded by a fine stand of old growth Douglas-fir.
The springs for which the camp was named originates nearby along an easy, 500' round trip loop trail. Additionally, interpretive signs explain the role of the historic Oregon Central Military Wagon Road (a portion passes near the campground) and the role of the Bull trout in the regional watershed ecosystem. Equestrians, hikers,and off-road cyclists can easily access the Middle Fork Trail across Forest Road 21.
At a Glance
|Reservations:||No advance reservations. All sites are first come first serve.|
|Open Season:||Year Round (weather dependent)|
|Best Season:||August, September|
|Busiest Season:||September, October|
|Closest Towns:||Oakridge, Oregon (31 miles)|
|Operated By:||Willamette National Forest|
|Information Center:||Middle Fork Ranger Station|
Approximately 31 miles southeast of Oakridge, Oregon.
From the junction of Crestview Street and Oregon State Highway 58 in Oakridge (the only traffic light in Oakridge on Highway 58), travel east on 58 approximately two miles until Hills Creek Road/Kitson Springs Road. Turn right and travel 0.5 miles until Forest Road 21. Turn right on Forest Road 21 and travel south for approximately 28.5 miles, and the destination will be on your left.
- NO water
- M. Fork Willamette River - Moon Point Trail Area
- Timpanogas Trail Area
- Warner Mountain Lookout
- Sacandaga Campground
Read about camping rules, regulations and camping tips on our CampingRules & Things to Know page.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
- Fire rings, NO water
|No. of Sites||3 tent only
|Reservation Info||No reservations. Sites are available on a first come, first served basis.|
|No. of Accessible sites||None|