"Camas Creek along US Highway 395 near Dale, Oregon, United States. This stretch of the stream and highway lie within Ukiah–Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor, an Oregon state park." by Ian Poellet , by-sa/3.0

Ukiah-Dale Forest

State Scenic Corridor - Oregon

Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor along Highway 395 follows the North Fork of the John Day River and Camas Creek. Winding through a stately ponderosa pine, Douglas fir and western larch forest the corridor provides a pleasant scenic drive and access to a popular fishing spot. Near Ukiah, amidst old-growth pines and larch, the Ukiah-Dale Campground provides a perfect location to stay and relax next to the soothing waters of Camas Creek.

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Map of Pendleton South in the Northeast Oregon Protection District. Published by the Oregon Department of Forestry.Northeast Oregon - Pendleton South 2016

Map of Pendleton South in the Northeast Oregon Protection District. Published by the Oregon Department of Forestry.

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Primitive Camping Brochure in Northeast Oregon. Published by Oregon State Parks and Recreation.Oregon State Parks - Northeast Oregon Camping - Northeast Oregon Camping

Primitive Camping Brochure in Northeast Oregon. Published by Oregon State Parks and Recreation.

Ukiah-Dale Forest SSC https://oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=parkPage.dsp_parkPubs&parkId=15 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukiah%E2%80%93Dale_Forest_State_Scenic_Corridor Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor along Highway 395 follows the North Fork of the John Day River and Camas Creek. Winding through a stately ponderosa pine, Douglas fir and western larch forest the corridor provides a pleasant scenic drive and access to a popular fishing spot. Near Ukiah, amidst old-growth pines and larch, the Ukiah-Dale Campground provides a perfect location to stay and relax next to the soothing waters of Camas Creek.
Catherine Creek State Park On Hwy 203, 8 miles SE of Union Minam State Recreation Area Just off Hwy 82, 15 miles NE of Elgin Ukiah-Dale Forest SSC On US 395, 3 miles SW of Ukiah Minam State Recreation Area Latitude: 45.621308 N Longitude: -117.724854 W Minam Campground Located on the banks of the  Wallowa River, Minam offers Minam Station a pristine environment for Day-use Area rafters and anglers. The park is  wa 2 miles north of Highway 82 Wallo below the confluence of the Minam and Wallowa rivers. Campground • 22 primitive sites with water available seasonally • Site #1 is ADA accessible Latitude: 45.125555 N Longitude: -118.970555 W Latitude: 45.34027 N Longitude: -118.238888 W Covered wagons on Exit 84 ver the Oregon Trail were e Ri 252 Rond e d n maneuvered down the hill Gra facing what is now Hilgard  Junction State Recreation 244 Area, a riverside park shaded by cottonwoods, willow trees, and ponderosa pine. Read about the adventures of the early settlers in the park’s Oregon Trail interpretive shelter. • 18 primitive sites with water nearby (1 ADA-accessible) • Paved parking at all sites (can accommodate self-contained RVs) • Restrooms with flush toilets • Firewood for sale • Grande Ronde River rafting access • Horseshoe pits • Oregon Trail interpretive shelter Red Bridge State Wayside 82 River Latitude: 45.324392 N Longitude: -118.25663 W Red Bridge State Wayside features another forested river setting upstream from Hilgard Junction. Douglas-fir, ponderosa pine, and stands of cottonwoods make its 84 La Grande Grande Ronde River 244  Camas Creek winds through 14 miles of ponderosa pine, Douglasfir, and western larch forest before emptying into the North Fork of the John Day River at the southern edge of the Ukiah-Dale scenic corridor along U.S. 395. Both runs offer excellent trout, steelhead, and salmon fishing from late May through mid-summer. In the spring, Camas Creek entices rafters and kayakers; in the fall, the campground is a popular base for hunters. • 26 primitive sites with water nearby • Paved parking at all sites (can accommodate self-contained RVs) • Restrooms with flush toilets • Firewood for sale 395 N Fork John Day R. k On Hwy 244, 16 miles SW of La Grande Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor ee Red Bridge State Wayside Hilgard Junction State Recreation Area Cr Off I-84, 8 miles W of La Grande Minam River Hilgard Junction State Recreation Area With the scenic peaks of the La Grande Wallowa Mountains rising in the background, Catherine Ca the  203 Creek State Park offers a rin e Cr 84 refreshing, peaceful setting eek for fishing or just relaxing. In the past, the spot was used by Native Americans to harvest steelhead and huckleberries. Although salmon numbers declined over time due to bank erosion, today the fish are returning to the sparkling creek thanks to aggressive restoration efforts in the park. • 19 primitive sites with water nearby (#7 ADA-accessible) • Parking at all sites (can accommodate self-contained RVs) • Restrooms with flush toilets • Two picnic areas (reservable by calling 1-800-452-5687) • Firewood for sale • Horseshoe pits (in day-use area) • Three miles of hiking trails Minam Station Day-use Area • Visitor information • Seasonal camp host • Coinless pay phone • Vault toilets • River access and boat launch • Trails w Latitude: 45.152676 N Longitude: -117.743438 W day-use area a prime spot for picnicking, while the river flowing through the park makes it a scenic fishing retreat. Red Bridge is located about eight miles west of the junction of OR 244 and I-84. • 10 primitive walk-in tent sites with water nearby • 10 primitive sites that accommodate self-contained RVs • Firewood for sale • Restrooms with flush toilets • Horseshoe pits do Catherine Creek State Park • ADA accessible vault toilet • River access • Firewood for sale seasonally • Trails ea Rates are subject to change. Call 1-800-551-6949 or visit www.oregonstateparks.org for up-to-date information. The length of the season for each campground is dependent on the weather. 1-800-551-6949 oregonstateparks.org eek Camping Dates and Rates 63400-8901 (4/19) M ooking for an out-of-the-way camping destination? Try any of these riverside parks surrounded by National Forest land. Park Information: s C r L Support your parks by becoming a member of the Oregon State Parks Foundation. Free 12-month day-use parking permit with your membership. oregonstateparksfoundation.org. ma PR IMI T I VE C AMPING accommodate self-contained RVs. One water source usually serves several sites. Hard-surface parking may be available at some sites, or the sites may be arranged as walk-ins in a common area. All sites have picnic tables and fire rings. Some campgrounds may have modern restrooms, but none have showers. Ca Northeast Oregon What is primitive camping? Primitive campsites have no utility hookups, but most can Smoking in Oregon State Parks is allowed only in per

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