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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. Eight vehicle/RV sites are available as well as 11 picnic and tent sites. Horse handling facilities are also available at the adjacent trailhead. Trail Park Permits are required at several area trailheads. A $5.00 fee is charged for overnight camping.

Directions: From Granite: Located approximately 10 miles west of historic Granite, Oregon on the Blue Mountain Scenic Byway (Forest Road #52).

Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: Spring-Fall

Facility Type: Campground

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  1. Blue Mountain Scenic Byway

    • Distance: 145 M / 233 Km
    • Minimum Driving Time: 3-4 Hours (There Are No Stations Between Heppner And Granite. Don't Let Your Tank Get Too Low)
    • Best Time to Drive: Spring And Fall; Summer Days Can Be Quite Hot And Winter Snows Close The Byway At Higher Elevations

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