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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.”

Recreation Marker Table Mountain A #5000

This trail provides access from the Table Mountain Trail #217 to the Pine Creek Trail #201 within Strawberry Mountain Wilderness. …
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Recreation Marker Emigrant Campground

Often overlooked, Emigrant Creek is a rarely used campground shaded by huge ponderosa pines.  This quiet 7 site campground's location along Emigrant Creek offers convenient trout fishing opportunities.  In addition, the campground is a short drive from the top of Snow Mountain and the Snow Mountain Fire Lookout.  The area around the fire lookout offers panoramic views of the surrounding region.…
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Recreation Marker Vinegar Hill Indian Rock Scenic Area

Located in the northeast part of the Forest, this high elevation area provides spectacular vistas of the North Fork John Day Wilderness, the Middle and North Fork drainages of the John Day River, and the peaks of the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness to the south. The area has a rich history and active and decaying remains of mines can be seen.…
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Recreation Marker Slide Horse Camp

The Slide Horse Camp is a wonderful campground for horse enthusiasts, the campground offers sites with horse stalls and corrals. Just up the road from the campground is the Slide Connector Trail #386, this trail is a great starting point for horse riders heading into the wilderness. The campground sets amongst pondersa pines and is one mile…
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Recreation Marker Delintment Lake Campground

Delintment Lake Campground provides a wide variety of recreation facilities and activities for the whole family.  The campground has 29 campsites, a group camping area, a natural non-motorized boat launch, beach area, fishing pier, 12 picnic sites, water, and hosts on site during the summer months.  Hike the trail along the banks or fish from the dam or pier. Despite its amenities Delintment Lake…
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Recreation Marker Pine Creek Horse Camp

The Pine Creek Horse Camp has two sites, with picnic tables and fire rings and a vault toilet.  There is a newl built two slot horse corral.  The camp sets near Pine Creek Trailhead #201.  The are was burned over in 2015 during the Canyon Creek Fire.  
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Recreation Marker Little Crane Campground

Small, four site, campground with stream fishing and great solitude. Campground is located of the Forest Service 16 Rd. and is located over 5500'. The Campground is managed by the Prairie City Ranger District (541.820.3800). Drinking water and accessible features are not available at this campground.
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Recreation Marker Buck Spring Campground

This wooded campground is off the beaten path making it a great place to relax and enjoy the outdoors.  Fishing opportunities are within driving distance at Delintment Lake Campground or Chickahominy Reservoir.  Please pack out what you pack in, no trash service is provided. 
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Recreation Marker Slide Creek Campground

Adjacent to the northern border of the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness, this campground offers opportunities for stream fishing, hiking, hunting, and Wilderness access. From the campground Slide Connector Trail #386 starts at the campground.  Set amongst…
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Recreation Marker Table Mountain Trailhead

The trailhead is a great starting point for hunters, hikers and horse riders that would like to explore the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness.  This trailhead has a large parking area and offers undeveloped camping at trailhead and 6 horse tie-stall with manger and hitch rail.
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Recreation Marker Joaquin Miller Horse Camp

Joaquin Miller Campground is located 19 miles north of Burns, Oregon on US Highway 395.  Despite the easily accessed location, this 8 site campground receives light use most of the year.  Developed to accommodate stock, Joaquin Miller has two pipe stock corrals and hitching rails available to users.  Please pack out what you pack in, there is no trash service provided.
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Recreation Marker North Fork Malheur Campground

Near the Wild and Scenic North Fork Malheur River, fishing for Rainbow Trout is popular. Within 1/2 of a mile of the campsite is the North Fork Malheur Trailhead.  The area is an excellent base camp for hunters, hikers or anyone just looking for a quiet get away.…
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Recreation Marker Lower Camp Creek Campground

A pleasantly small campground tucked among ponderosa pines along a forest creek.  This campground is popular with hunters.  Just a short drive away from the beautiful Middle Fork of the John Day River.  Less than a mile away is Arch Rock Trail #258, an ashflow tuff with a scenic arch and several small rockshelters eroded into…
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Recreation Marker Fall Mountain Lookout

As the afternoon slides into evening, gaze across the valley from your perch on the Fall Mountain Lookout. Watch as flashes of lightning cut jagged white lines through the dusky light. As quickly as it appears, the summer heat storm rolls away and the setting sun peaks beneath a blanket of clouds in a blaze of gold and orange. The next morning stand in the same spot and search the distance for any tails of smoke…
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Recreation Marker East Fork Canyon Creek Trailhead

Provides access to: East Fork Canyon Creek Trail #211 which accesses Strawberry Mountain Wilderness. There is plenty of room for parking and undeveloped camping at this site. It includes a 6 horse tie-stall with manger, unloading ramp, and…
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Recreation Marker Malheur Wild and Scenic River

The middle fork of the Malheur River was one of forty rivers originally designated in the Omnibus Oregon Wild and Scenic River Act of 1988. Residing completely on National Forest System lands, the entire wild and scenic river boundary encompasses 3,758 acres with 12.0 miles of river.
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Recreation Marker Princess Trailhead West

The trailhead is the starting point for the 9.3 mile Princes Trail #251 that provides access to the Vinegar Hill-Indian Rock Scenic Area, which is non-motorized.  During the summer months this trail offers visitors a beautiful, quiet place to hike in areas with…
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Recreation Marker Crane Crossing

This is a small rustic camp area near the North Fork Malheur Wild and Scenic River. This site is a great get away for those looking for something quiet and out of the way.  The camping area sets just at the trailhead.  The trail can be taken to the west and go along the…
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Recreation Marker Oregon Mine Campground

Adjacent to Murderer's Creek, this little campground is a great base camp for hunters.  The campground is a nice area for those wishing to horse camp, a buck and pole corral is located adjacent to the campground.  Visitors to the campground can enjoy bird watching, hunting and fishing in near by creeks.  Hikers have options in the…
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Recreation Marker Crescent Campground

On Crescent Creek, this site offers opportunities for fishing and picnicking. The campground is rustic, with older facilities.  The campground is a great base for those wishing to visit the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness, hike, hunt or just explore. Wildlife viewing is excellent at Crescent campground from small creatures such as…
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Recreation Marker Malheur Ford Trailhead

A small site with vault toilet and picnic facilities in the Malheur Wild and Scenic River is a popular place to fly fish, those looking to hike are within steps of the Malheur River Trail.
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Recreation Marker Deerhorn Campground

This small campground offers fishing, exploring, nature watching and hunting opportunities in the Middle Fork John Day River State Scenic Waterway.  The campground is busiest during late summer and hunting season. 
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Recreation Marker Starr Campground

Starr Campground is located just off of US Highway 395 making it very easy to get to.  The campground has an upper level that is closer to the highway, yet still set back amongst beautiful pondersa pines.  The lower part of the campground is set further back in the pine trees allowing for a more secluded experience.  This beautiful campground sets in a prime spot for hunters, hikers and wildlife…
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Recreation Marker Buckhorn Meadows Trailhead

Provides access to: Buckhorn Meadows Trail #205 which accesses Strawberry Mountain Wilderness. This trailhead offers undeveloped camping with a 6 horse tie-stall, manger and stock rail. The parking area is small. Please park in a manner…
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Recreation Marker Logan Valley Interpretive Site

This is currently just a paved pull out next to Forest Service 16 road, however it affords fabulous views of the south side of the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness, spectacular wildflower displays, and frequent wildlife sightings. No facilities, no interpretation currently exists at this site.
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