Jack Creek

Sisters, Oregon

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Big, impressive pines rise above this casual camp, but the primary attraction is Jack Creek, one of the prettiest creeks in the country. Cold and crystalline, Jack Creek originates from a spring and wends its way around islands and under logs dressed in mosaics of fern, giant lupine, grass, and young trees. A trail leads upstream from the camp to the source spring, Head of Jack Creek. Near the FR 1230 bridge, you can access the long-distance MetoliusWindigo Trail. Jack Creek is closed to angling.

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"Big, impressive pines rise above this casual camp, but the primary attraction is Jack Creek, one of the prettiest creeks in the country. Cold and crystalline, Jack Creek originates from a spring and wends its way around islands and under logs dressed in mosaics of fern, giant lupine, grass, and young trees. A trail leads upstream from the camp to the source spring, Head of Jack Creek. Near the FR 1230 bridge, you can access the long-distance MetoliusWindigo Trail. Jack Creek is closed to angling."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Sisters
Season: Mid-May–mid-Oct
Local Contacts: Deschutes National Forest

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