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Prineville, Oregon

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Firs and ponderosa pines shade this East Fork Mill Creek campground, which is a gateway to Mill Creek Wilderness. The East Fork is your guide upstream into the wilderness— a wildflower showcase with areas of recovered burn, thriving forest, and the intriguing forked monolith of Twin Pillars. Another fine rock destination is Steins Pillar. To reach its trailhead, go 4 miles south from camp on FR 33, turn east onto FR 500, and continue 2 miles. Steins Pillar is a 350-foot-tall, freestanding column of pinkish stone streaked with black.

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"Firs and ponderosa pines shade this East Fork Mill Creek campground, which is a gateway to Mill Creek Wilderness. The East Fork is your guide upstream into the wilderness— a wildflower showcase with areas of recovered burn, thriving forest, and the intriguing forked monolith of Twin Pillars. Another fine rock destination is Steins Pillar. To reach its trailhead, go 4 miles south from camp on FR 33, turn east onto FR 500, and continue 2 miles. Steins Pillar is a 350-foot-tall, freestanding column of pinkish stone streaked with black."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Prineville
Season: May–Sept
Local Contacts: Ochoco National Forest

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