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Spruce Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington

   

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Obviously there are restrooms here, and following you arrive at this primitive campground you will realize it was well worth the effort getting here. This is a primitive campground which as expected means that there are quite few services. Natural loveliness surrounds this primitive campground, and you could experience the wilderness at its finest at primtive campgrounds such as Spruce Spring Campground. At Spruce Spring Campground cool stuff to do is plentiful, and it certainly is a glorious campground. Spruce Spring Campground is located in the Blue Mountains.
All the delightful local attractions close at hand and the close by
 
    outdoors recreation will make you delighted you came. Some of the things you can do here at Spruce Spring Campground are playing golf, whitewater paddling, and hiking, so you won’t get bored.

You truly shouldn't spend all
 your time indoors; you need to get out every now and then, and Spruce Spring Campground is a glorious local campground if you happen to be in Washington. Going camping here in Washington is something you should do.
Bear Creek Trail is 8.3 miles long. This lovely backpacking trail has a variation between top and bottom of 2,461 feet. A demanding backpacking trail it is; Bear Creek Trail takes more or less one and a half days to walk. Tucannon River Trail close by has a height variation of 702 feet. This wilderness trail is 6.8 miles of lovely backcountry hiking in nature. Tucannon River Trail is a difficult wilderness trail that calls for something like five hours to hike. July Ridge
 
Trail has a difference in elevation of 2,063 feet; this pretty trail is 5.4 miles in length. Being an average trail, backcountry backpacking the July Ridge Trail requires more or less six hours.  

Rimrock Inn, Enterprise

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BEST WESTERN PLUS Dayton Hotel & Suites, Dayton

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BEST WESTERN RiverTree Inn, Clarkston

36 miles away
  
The Hilltop, Pullman

36 miles away


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

   Teal, Pomeroy, 2 miles away
      
   Big Spring Campground, Garfield County, 2 miles away
      
   Alder Thicket Campground, Garfield County, 4 miles away
      
   Rose Springs Sno-Park, Pomeroy, 5 miles away
      
   Misery Spring Campground, Garfield County, 5 miles away
      
   Forest Boundary, Pomeroy, 6 miles away
      
   Pataha Campground, Garfield County, 6 miles away
      
   Cabin Saddle, Pomeroy, 7 miles away
      
   Wickiup Campground, Garfield County, 8 miles away
      
   Grouse Flats, Wallowa, 9 miles away
      

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

   Grande Ronde River, Asotin County, 13 miles away
      Class II-III - 19.5 miles long (Troy to Boggan's Oasis)

   Grande Ronde River, Asotin County, 21 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 Spruce Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   Umatilla National Forest, Oregon, 24 miles away

   Fields Spring State Park, Washington, 26 miles away

   Central Ferry State Park, Washington, 28 miles away

   Minam State Recreation Area, Oregon, 29 miles away

   Hells Gate State Park, Idaho, 36 miles away


Trails near Spruce Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington:

   Bear Creek Trail, Garfield County, 1 miles away
      8.3 hiking miles, 2461 feet elevation difference

   Tucannon River Trail, Garfield County, 3 miles away
       6.8 hiking miles, 702 feet elevation difference

   July Ridge Trail, Garfield County, 4 miles away
       5.4 hiking miles, 2063 feet elevation difference

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

   Low Saddle Trail, Asotin County, 5 miles away
       11.2 hiking miles, 1856 feet elevation difference

   Mount Misery Trail, Columbia County, 5 miles away
       22.8 hiking miles, 969 feet elevation difference

   North Fork Asotin Creek Trail, Garfield County, 7 miles away
      8.9 hiking miles, 2760 feet elevation difference


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

   Pomeroy Golf Club, Pomeroy, 14 miles away


Current weather conditions at Spruce Spring Campground, Blue Mountains, Washington
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Local climate location: POMEROY 12 miles away


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