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Trout Farm Pond

Contact Info
431 Patterson Bridge Road
PO Box 909
John Day, OR 97845
4900 feet
Spring to Fall


The pond and campground are at 4900 feet elevation. A 1/2 mile hard surfaced accessible trail circles the pond. Portions of this trail are handicap accessible. Horses, ATVs, and mountain bikes are prohibited on the trail. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife stocks the pond with hatchery rainbow trout. This is a heavily used area during summer. This is a popular fishing site for families with small children.


Brook Trout
Rainbow Trout
Fishing Methods:


Spring to Fall
Camping Info
The campground includes 6 tent/trailer sites and drinking water is available. There is a $6/night user fee. Three picnic sites are available for day use. A large group picnic site with a shelter is also available. There is no charge for day use of the sit


Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Prairie City, take County Rd #62 for about 15 miles to Trout Farm Campground.

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