Spray Riverfront Park

Spray, Oregon

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Located on a grassy flat on a bend in the John Day River, this campground offers anglers, drift boaters, and rafters convenient access. Seasonally, the locust trees and birdhouses are noisy with birds. Desert canyon rims and ridges add to the scenery. The park has gravel parking at the sites and the boat landing. The Spray Pioneer Museum, built in 1912, may suggest a trip into town.

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"Located on a grassy flat on a bend in the John Day River, this campground offers anglers, drift boaters, and rafters convenient access. Seasonally, the locust trees and birdhouses are noisy with birds. Desert canyon rims and ridges add to the scenery. The park has gravel parking at the sites and the boat landing. The Spray Pioneer Museum, built in 1912, may suggest a trip into town."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Spray
Season: Usually Mar–Dec; closed during flood stage
Local Contacts: City of Spray

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Jun 2018