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Jackson F. Kimball State Recreation Site Professional Review and Guide
"This primitive campground occupies a wooded flat at the headwater of Wood River, a spellbinding spring-launched river with water so turquoise that the Crayola company would kill for the color. Aspens and a few ponderosa pines intersperse the firs and lodgepole pines of camp. Because parking is on the gravel road shoulder, with site tables and grills a few strides away, the camp is better suited for tenting. You may spy a beaver lodge on the riverbank. Seasonally you should come prepared for mosquitoes. From camp you can venture out to Fort Klamath Museum, Crater Lake National Park, or the Pacific Crest Trail."
--Rhonda & George Ostertag, Camping Oregon (Falcon Guides).
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