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Your national forests and grasslands are 193 million acres of vast, scenic beauty waiting for you to discover. Visitors who choose to recreate on these public lands find more than 150,000 miles of trails, 10,000 developed recreation sites, 57,000 miles of streams, 122 alpine ski areas, 338,000 heritage sites, and specially designated sites that include 9,100 miles of byways, 22 recreation areas, 11 scenic areas, 439 wilderness areas, 122 wild and scenic rivers, nine monuments, and one preserve. And remember, “It’s All Yours.”

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Bear Wallow Creek Campground

This campground offers a pleasant experience among the pines adjacent to State Highway 244.  It features 8 campsties, including 1 accessible site and 2 accessible vault toilets.  There is no potable water or garbage service, so please dispose of your garbage at home.  Attractions in this area include hunting, bird watching, photo opportunities, and a 1/4-mile-long,…

Sawtooth Trailhead

Provides access to: Sawtooth Trail #3256 which enters Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. This trailhead offers ample parking, but there are no facilities or water available.

Spout Springs

Snowmobiling/Sno-Park: 3.5 miles east of Tollgate on ORE 204.  01/08/2021 Sno-park parking map

Tollbridge Campground

This is a small campground just off Highway 395 along the confluence of Desolation Creek and the North Fork John Day River.  Tollbridge features 5 campsties and an accessible toilet.  There is also a sign interpreting the geology of the area.  There is no potable water or garbage service, so please pack your garbage home.  Local attractions include hunting…

Jubilee Lake Campground

This high elevation, spruce fir surrounded campground is the largest and most popular campground on the Umatilla National Forest. Jubilee Lake is nestled among the trees and the lake provides a beautiful setting for day-use as well as camping. This site is known for good fishing and swimming and is a wonderful way to escape the summer heat. Jubilee Lake campground offers a variety of recreational actitivies for…

Big Creek Meadows Campground

Big Creek Campground is small and increasingly popular with OHV recreationists, located just off the Blue Mountain Scenic Byway.  It also provides access into the North Fork John Day Wilderness and there is ample parking for truck and stock trailers at the trailhead. It is set in a riparian area, so surrounding areas can be quite wet well into June.  It features 3 campsites and an accessible…

Teal Spring Campground

Offering a spectacular view of the Tucannon drainage and the Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness, this small, but scenic campground is opportune for Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) and day hiking enthusiasts. 

Tollgate

Snowmobiling/Sno-Park: On ORE 204 at Tollgate.

Welch Creek Campground & Trailhead

Welch Creek Campground has long been a favorite gathering spot for family reunion camp-outs and group hunting trips. The campground's open area and easy parking access make it ideal for such events. It features 6 campsties an accessible vault toilet, and 4 stall recreational stock corral.  There is no potable water or garbage service, so please pack your garbage home.…

Langdon Lake

Snowmobiling/Sno-Park: 1 mile east of Tollgate on ORE 204.

Winom Campground & Trailhead

This campground is located along the paved Blue Mountain Scenic Byway southeast of Ukiah, OR. There are 10 campsites (3 of which are group sites) and 2 accessible toilets.  Sites 3 and 4 have log picnic shelters.  There is an interpretive sign near the information board and OHV loading dock.  There is no water or garbage service, so please pack your garbage home.…

Luger/Eagle Springs Trailhead

This trailhead accesses the Luger Springs-Eagle Creek Trail #3232 and provides access to hunting, fishing, and camping. It is open to hikers, mountain bikers, motorcyclists, and horseback riders. Users can expect heavy traffic from hikers and horses during the hunting seasons.

Blue Mountain Byway East Interpretive Site

The Blue Mountain Byway East Interpretive Site is located on Forest Road  73 at the east end portal to the Blue Mountain Scenic Byway and it's junction with the Elkhorn Scenic Byway.  The interpretive site is just south of the North Fork John Day Campground.  A picnic table is set below the kiosk in the trees for day use.

Pomeroy Ranger District

The Pomeroy Ranger District, the northern-most District of the Umatilla National Forest, is located within the Blue Mountains of southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon. These mountains are made up of high plateaus, deeply cut by an intricate system of steep-walled, rim-rock canyons, offering excellent views of the canyons and area surrounding them.

Middle Point Trailhead

This trailhead accesses the Middle Point Ridge Trail #3116.

Glade Creek/Cold Springs Trailhead

Provides access to: Cold Spring Trail #3008 and Glade Creek Trail #3014 which enter North Fork John Day Wilderness. The trailhead is at the end of a short, steep loop…

Timothy Springs Trailhead

Provides access to: Wenaha River Trail #3106 which is popular hiking trail access to Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness from the Oregon side. Directions: From Troy, OR take Troy Road south for a .5 mile and then continue on Eden Lane for 2.2 miles. Turn…

Alder Thicket Campground

Welcome to the northern gateway into the Blues. This campground is located just off of Forest Service Road 40, which is just three miles into the Blue Mountains. Overgrown trees and tall Alder shrubbery will provide plenty of shade for Grouse, White- Tailed deer and yourself on hot summer days. Hiking trails are within five miles and the Clearwater Guard station is six miles from the Alder Thicket Campground.

Morning Creek Sno-Park

Morning Creek Sno-Park is located off Highway 204.  Popular with snowmobilers, snowshoers and Nordic skiers, the facility has two vault toilets.  As a multi-use facility, the snowmobile trails are maintained in partnership with the local clubs, and the Sno-Park is plowed via an agreement with the Oregon Department of Transportation.  A Sno-Park permit is required to use this facility from…

Crane Creek Trailhead

Provides access to: Crane Creek Trail #3011 and North Crane Trail #3171 which access North Fork John Day Wilderness. Directions: From Granite, OR take Forest Road 73…

Troy Trailhead

Provides access to: Wenaha River Trail #3106 which follows the Wenaha River west into Wenaha - Tucannon Wilderness. This is also a popular access point to meet up with …

 

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