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Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area

Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area

Near the summit of the Blue Mountains, Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area offers the opportunity to camp and explore a popular pioneer stop over along the Oregon Trail. The park is nestled in an old-growth forest. Camping and horse camping, or cabins.


Jubilee Lake Campground

This high elevation, spruce fir surrounded campground is the largest and most popular campground on the Umatilla National Forest. Jubilee Lake is nestled among the trees and the lake provides a beautiful setting for day-use as well as camping. This site is known for good fishing and swimming and is a wonderful way to escape the summer heat.

Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor

Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor

Located along Highway 395 follows the North Fork of the John Day River and Camas Creek. Winding through a 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. The area includes 27 primitive sites with water nearby and paved parking at all sites that can accommodate self-cotained RVs.



Wallowa Lake

The Wallowa Lake campground is surrounded on three sides by 9,000' tall snow-capped mountains and a large clear lake. Outside the park area, within walking distance, is the Wallaowa Lake trailhead, horseback riding, canoeing, and tramway access to the top of Mt. Howard (8256 ft).


Sand Station Recreation Area - Wallula Gap

Located upstream of the McNary Dam on Lake Wallula, at Columbia River Mile 300., this 8-acre park is maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and allows day-use and camping. The park provides great views of Wallula Gap upstream. Downstream is located Warehouse Beach Recreation Area and Hat Rock State Park.







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