Still Creek

Government Camp, Oregon

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This peaceful camp along Still Creek offers comfortable, well-spaced sites in a rich forest of hemlock and fir with a huckleberry and mixed shrub understory. At the south end of camp is the Old Barlow Road, which you can follow west on foot across Still Creek; a cedar post at the road’s start indicates you are on the actual Oregon Trail. By driving 0.4 mile east on Old Barlow Road, you will find Summit Meadows and a pioneer grave. Fishing and quiet boating are possible at Trillium Lake, only 2 miles east; a day-use fee is charged.

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"This peaceful camp along Still Creek offers comfortable, well-spaced sites in a rich forest of hemlock and fir with a huckleberry and mixed shrub understory. At the south end of camp is the Old Barlow Road, which you can follow west on foot across Still Creek; a cedar post at the road’s start indicates you are on the actual Oregon Trail. By driving 0.4 mile east on Old Barlow Road, you will find Summit Meadows and a pioneer grave. Fishing and quiet boating are possible at Trillium Lake, only 2 miles east; a day-use fee is charged."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Government Camp
Season: June–Labor Day
Local Contacts: Mount Hood National Forest

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Jun 2018