Devils Flat

Myrtle Creek, Oregon

Devils Flat Professional Review and Guide

"Just upstream from Cow Creek Falls, at the foot of a steep slope, this little-used campground straddles the road at the historic Devils Flat Guard Station. The circa 1915 ranger cabin still stands. The camp has a gravel road and open grassy sites ringed by cedars and ponderosa pines. From the guard station you can access the Cow Creek Falls and Devils Flat Trails. Because the camp is just 10 miles upstream from Galesville Reservoir (which captures Cow Creek), you can participate in the reservoir recreation as well."

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Myrtle Creek
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May–Oct
Season
Umpqua National Forest
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Jun 2018