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Twin Springs Campground, Blue Mountains, Oregon


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Experience the fresh air in Oregon at its most excellent at a primitive campground such as this one. Twin Springs Campground is a primitive campground which needless to say means that there are few services. Getting to a primitive campground like Twin Springs Campground may be a bit hard, but it's well worth it. This primitive campground is to be found in an incredibly lovely location. Twin Springs Campground is one of the sites to camp here in the Blue Mountains. Lots of people camp here during their tour to Cline Falls State Park.
Among the things you can do in the vicinity of Twin Springs Campground are whitewater paddling, and relaxing, so it's impossible to get bored.
    Oregon has so much stuff to offer nature lovers.
At Twin Springs Campground exciting stuff to do is bountiful, and it is a very great campground. Camping out sure is an entertaining thing to do, and Twin Springs Campground in
 Oregon is the outdoors at its finest.
Ochoco National Forest is a wonderful site any time of year, and why not take a little tour to Donnelly Creek while you're here. That right there is a heap of fun things already but it goes on, the Blue Mountains has it all. Cline Falls State Park is a fine place to stretch your legs a bit; lots of folks from Prineville come here. A campground like this is too good to miss. Twin Springs Campground gets very little rain. Most of the rain falls during May, and July is the month with the least moisture. During the warmest time of the year at Twin Springs Campground temperatures are generally in the 80's, and the overnight is a little colder of course,
commonly in the 50's. The wintertime brings highs down to the 40's while the cold winter nights at Twin Springs Campground are in the 20's.  


Other campgrounds near Twin Springs Campground, Blue Mountains, Oregon:

   Deep Creek, Mitchell, 2 miles away
   Lonesome Spring Campground, Crook County, 5 miles away
   Big Springs, Mitchell, 5 miles away
   Scotts Camp, Mitchell, 8 miles away
   Allen Creek Horse Camp, Mitchell, 9 miles away
   Little Summit Campground, Wheeler County, 11 miles away
   Barnhouse, Mitchell, 12 miles away
   Cottonwood Pit, Paulina, 13 miles away
   Carrol Campground, Wheeler County, 14 miles away
   Biggs Springs, Post, 14 miles away

Paddling Rivers Near Twin Springs Campground, Blue Mountains, Oregon:

   John Day River, Wheeler/ Jefferson/ Wasco County, 24 miles away
      Class II - 47 miles long (Service Creek to Clarno)

Public Lands near Twin Springs Campground, Blue Mountains, Oregon:

   John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Kimberly - OR, 38 miles away
   Cline Falls State Park, Oregon, 3 miles away

   Ochoco National Forest, Oregon, 35 miles away

Current weather conditions at Twin Springs Campground, Blue Mountains, Oregon

Local climate location: MITCHELL 4 miles away

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