White River Station

Government Camp, Oregon

White River Station Professional Review and Guide

"First used by pioneers on the Oregon Trail, this quiet camp occupies a semi-open flat along the White River. A few big firs rise among the lodgepole pines, while alders and cottonwoods grow beside the river. The roomy and widely spaced sites have log tables and undefined parking. Interpretive signs introduce the history of the area. The White River originates from glaciers on Mount Hood and rolls turbulent, cloudy, and fast past the camp."

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Government Camp
Nearby City
Mid-May–Sept
Season
Mount Hood National Forest
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