Soda Creek

Bend, Oregon

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This campground sits at the northern end of Sparks Lake and Meadow, where Soda Creek feeds into the lake. The sites are situated among the pines and firs at the edge of the meadow, which stretches for more than 1 mile and is almost as wide. The High Cascades contribute to views. The area is noted for its abundance of wildlife; watch for elk, deer, and birds. Canoeing the shallow lake, fly fishing, and hiking into Three Sisters Wilderness are ways to enjoy your stay. Interpretive boards tell the history of Soda Creek. A short drive following the signs to the trailheads on FR 400 leads to the Ray Atkeson Nature Trail. The trail honors the Oregon photographer laureate by showcasing one of his favorite subjects—Sparks Lake with South Sister.

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"This campground sits at the northern end of Sparks Lake and Meadow, where Soda Creek feeds into the lake. The sites are situated among the pines and firs at the edge of the meadow, which stretches for more than 1 mile and is almost as wide. The High Cascades contribute to views. The area is noted for its abundance of wildlife; watch for elk, deer, and birds. Canoeing the shallow lake, fly fishing, and hiking into Three Sisters Wilderness are ways to enjoy your stay. Interpretive boards tell the history of Soda Creek. A short drive following the signs to the trailheads on FR 400 leads to the Ray Atkeson Nature Trail. The trail honors the Oregon photographer laureate by showcasing one of his favorite subjects—Sparks Lake with South Sister."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Bend
Season: June–Sept
Local Contacts: Deschutes National Forest

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Jun 2018