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North Fork John Day Campground

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Umatilla National Forest
Hwy 244
PO Box 158
Ukiah, OR

Phone :
541-427-3231
Basics
Elevation:
5200 feet

Description

Located approximately 10 miles west of historic Granite, Oregon on the Blue Mountain Scenic Byway (Forest Road #52), this campground sits along the Wild and Scenic North Fork John Day River. 14 trailer/tent sites and one group site are available as well as 3 tent sites. Horse handling facilities are also available at the adjacent trailhead. Trail Park Permits are required at this trailhead. There is no potable water. A $5.00 fee is charged for overnight camping.

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Elevation
5200 feet

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