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Misery Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington

   

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Amenities and facilities are few in primitive campgrounds like Misery Spring Campground. At this primitive campground you may get a lovelier wilderness experience than you would get at a more civilized campground. The natural beauty at this primitive campground is magnificent, and getting to this primitive campground could be a bit difficult, but it's well worth it. Some activities here at Misery Spring Campground are whitewater paddling, hiking, and playing golf, so you won’t run out of things to do. Quite a lot of enjoyable things to do in the vicinity of Misery Spring Campground; it is a very good campground.
Ready to raise that tent; Misery Spring Campground is a good local campground
 
    if you happen to be in Washington. This sector of Washington is always a bliss to go to through camping season.

Misery Spring Campground is one of the spots to camp here in the Blue Mountains.
The pleasant local attractions
 and all the outdoors recreation are guaranteed to keep you coming back persistently. The 19.5-mile-in-length Troy to Boggan's Oasis portion is a category II-III portion of whitewater on Grande Ronde River. This bit of Grande Ronde River is suitable for whitewater paddlers who have been kayak paddling for a period of time but who are not yet prepared for the very risky rapids. Always check conditions previous to going kayak paddling as kayak paddling is a risky activity. A delightful great outdoors hiking trail close by is July Ridge Trail; it's 5.4 miles long and has a difference in height of 2,063 feet. If by chance you want a pleasant backcountry hike, July Ridge Trail calls for in the  
order of six hours to backcountry hike. Great backcountry hiking awaits you on the in the vicinity Low Saddle Trail; this backpacking trail has a difference between top and bottom of 1,856 feet and is 11.  

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Other campgrounds near Misery Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   Cabin Saddle, Pomeroy, 2 miles away
      
   Wickiup Campground, Garfield County, 3 miles away
      
   Spruce Spring Campground, Garfield County, 5 miles away
      
   Grouse Flats, Wallowa, 5 miles away
      
   Big Spring Campground, Garfield County, 7 miles away
      
   Teal, Pomeroy, 7 miles away
      
   Pataha Campground, Garfield County, 8 miles away
      
   Alder Thicket Campground, Garfield County, 9 miles away
      
   Rose Springs Sno-Park, Pomeroy, 9 miles away
      
   Forest Boundary, Pomeroy, 10 miles away
      

Paddling Rivers Near Misery Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   Grande Ronde River, Asotin County, 9 miles away
      Class II-III - 19.5 miles long (Troy to Boggan's Oasis)

   Grande Ronde River, Asotin County, 16 miles away
      Class II-IV - 27 miles long (Boggan's Oasis to Snake River)

   Grande Ronde River, Wallowa County, 29 miles away
      Class II-III - 46 miles long (Wallowa River to Grande Ronde River)


Public Lands near Misery Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   Fields Spring State Park, Washington, 22 miles away

   Umatilla National Forest, Oregon, 27 miles away

   Minam State Recreation Area, Oregon, 29 miles away

   Hells Gate State Park, Idaho, 32 miles away

   Central Ferry State Park, Washington, 33 miles away


Trails near Misery Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   July Ridge Trail, Garfield County, 2 miles away
       5.4 hiking miles, 2063 feet elevation difference

   Low Saddle Trail, Asotin County, 3 miles away
       11.2 hiking miles, 1856 feet elevation difference

   West Wenatchee Trail, Asotin County, 4 miles away
       6.4 hiking miles, 2178 feet elevation difference

   Bear Creek Trail, Garfield County, 5 miles away
      8.3 hiking miles, 2461 feet elevation difference

   North Fork Asotin Creek Trail, Garfield County, 5 miles away
      8.9 hiking miles, 2760 feet elevation difference

   Melton Creek Trail, Garfield County, 5 miles away
       16.4 hiking miles, 4283 feet elevation difference

   Wenatchee Creek Trail, Asotin County, 7 miles away
      8.5 hiking miles, 3641 feet elevation difference


Golf Courses Near Misery Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   Pomeroy Golf Club, Pomeroy, 18 miles away


Current weather conditions at Misery Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington
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Local climate location: POMEROY 10 miles away


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