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John Day, Oregon

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This campground occupies a ponderosa pine forest and shrub-meadow flat. Across the road from the camp is a winter sports area with warming hut and sledding hill. The closed roads that serve cross-country skiers and snowshoers in winter double as hiking trails in summer. The camp is near Fall Mountain Lookout, a 20-foot fire tower built in 1933. Although the public can no longer enter the historic fire tower, they may still choose to visit it. North of the campground take FR 4920 northwest off US 395 to high-clearance FR 4920.607; walk uphill to the lookout.

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"This campground occupies a ponderosa pine forest and shrub-meadow flat. Across the road from the camp is a winter sports area with warming hut and sledding hill. The closed roads that serve cross-country skiers and snowshoers in winter double as hiking trails in summer. The camp is near Fall Mountain Lookout, a 20-foot fire tower built in 1933. Although the public can no longer enter the historic fire tower, they may still choose to visit it. North of the campground take FR 4920 northwest off US 395 to high-clearance FR 4920.607; walk uphill to the lookout."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: John Day
Season: Late May–mid-Oct
Local Contacts: Malheur National Forest

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Jun 2018