North Fork Malheur

Prairie City, Oregon

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Rimmed by fence, this picturesque camp unites a lovely forest of ponderosa pine and larch, a meadowy shore and islands, and the braided, glimmering water of the North Fork Malheur Wild and Scenic River. Gates at either end of the camp provide access to the river, where angler paths travel along shore. Following FR 1675 past the camp for less than 1 mile takes you to the North Fork Malheur Trailhead. Although there is an ample parking area, the road is narrow and rough in spots. Access is best for high-clearance and smaller units. The trail extends for a dozen miles and offers a wonderful river-forest sojourn.

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"Rimmed by fence, this picturesque camp unites a lovely forest of ponderosa pine and larch, a meadowy shore and islands, and the braided, glimmering water of the North Fork Malheur Wild and Scenic River. Gates at either end of the camp provide access to the river, where angler paths travel along shore. Following FR 1675 past the camp for less than 1 mile takes you to the North Fork Malheur Trailhead. Although there is an ample parking area, the road is narrow and rough in spots. Access is best for high-clearance and smaller units. The trail extends for a dozen miles and offers a wonderful river-forest sojourn."

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

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