Camping

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A CAMPSITE FOR THE ECLIPSE (AUG 2017), SEE THE ECLIPSE PAGE ON THIS SITE.

 

Mitchell City Park
$10/tent/night – within walking distance of restaurants and store

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Ochoco Divide USFS Campground
(no water)

General Comments:
The elevation is 4,700 ft.

The campground is a single loop that meanders over a hillside and
through a stand of mixed conifers including Ponderosa pine and
Douglas fir.  The campground has tons of shade, much privacy and
is convenient to US Rt. 26.  It features easy access and large
pull-throughs for a nice overnight stay.  The sites at the front of the
campground and closest to the highway, do have some traffic noise.
There is a tent campsite reserved for bicyclists.

Rate And Maximum Stay Permitted
Rate: $12 per day
Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14

For more information please visit Ochoco National forest Campgrounds Website

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Walton Lake USFS Campground
(full service)

General Comments:
The elevation is 5,200 ft.

The campground stretches around Walton Lake with sites tucked in
among a variety of conifers including Ponderosa pine, Douglas
fir, and Western larch (Tamarack).  Most of the tent sites are
walk-in and located on the Lake’s north shore.  Although this
section’s vaults are not wheelchair-friendly, it has ample
pressure water spigots.  The south shore section has one handpump
but its vaults are wheelchair-friendly.  The campsites in the
south shore section can accommodate tents and RVs.  Most sites in
the campground have a view of Walton Lake.

Rate And Maximum Stay Permitted
Rate: $14 per day
Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14

For more information please visit Ochoco National forest Campgrounds Website

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 BLM: Priest Hold Campground
On the John Day River
7 miles west of Twickenham Bridge

Rate And Maximum Stay Permitted
Rate: n/a
Maximum Stay Permitted (days): n/a

For more information please visit BLM John Day River Campgrounds

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