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John Day Fossil Beds National Monument

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  At John Day Fossil Beds National Monument you find a heap of outdoors recreation, so you may have fun while here. This is no place for people who donít like to have fun. You must without doubt go to Cathedral Rock while you're here at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, and why not take a little journey to Fossil Creek if you're here. Big Bend is an interesting thing to see while you're here at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, and Sand Spring is a fine local attraction. This is a pretty spot that is popular with people from near and far.
    While you're here at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument it's a great idea to go to Miller Flat. The view of Sugarloaf from John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is delightful, and Mud Spring is an inspiring site to explore during your stay. Lost Fawn Creek is a stream that
you may bump into while here. Burnt Corral Springs is a picturesque place to visit while you're at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. Burnt Corral Creek flows through this area; you might also want to pay a visit to Devils Gulch if you're here at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. A pleasant spree to Big Basin is a great way to spend an afternoon; the beauty of mother nature reveals herself at Thorn Spring.
Shirttail Creek is right next door to John Day Fossil Beds National Monument and is always a joy to have a look at. Dam Number Three is
 
    picturesque and it's next to John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, and do set aside some time for Sunflower Flat since you're here at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. Bull Canyon is a good place to discover, and Artman Basin is an attention-grabbing spot to go to while
at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. There's fine hiking along the Knob Trail, and there's some flowing water nearby, Gilmore Creek is a stream you can stop at while you're here.
It's a popular place to get away to for people from Kimberly. A tour to John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is a good pick when you need to get out. If you have a thing about the outdoors, you'll go for John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. The Lone Pine Trail offers hiking at its best. There's so much to do here at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument that you
 
need to camp here for a while, Lepage Park - John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is a great spot for that. You'll meet a lot of people from Kimberly here, and Turtle Cove is a beautiful site any time of year.
There are a lot of fun activities for everyone.

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These outdoors activities are available near John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.
 Campgrounds Near John Day Fossil Beds National Monument:
Lepage Park - John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Kimberly, 5 miles away
Big Bend, Kimberly, 5 miles away
Lone Pine - North Fork John Day, Kimberly, 5 miles away
Elkhorn Tavern and RV Park, Monument, 11 miles away
Fish House Inn, Dayville, 11 miles away
Schneider Wilderness Area, Dayville, 14 miles away
John Day River - Wall Creek, Monument, 15 miles away
 Hotels Near John Day Fossil Beds National Monument:
Best Western John Day Inn, John Day , 45 miles away
 Trails Near John Day Fossil Beds National Monument:
Knob Trail, Grant County , 9 miles away, 4.3 hiking miles, 1756 feet elevation difference
Lone Pine Trail, Wheeler County , 10 miles away, 4 hiking miles, 1889 feet elevation difference
Wall Creek Trail, Grant County , 14 miles away, 2.8 hiking miles, 552 feet elevation difference
Coffeepot Trail, Wheeler County , 18 miles away,  1.8 hiking miles, 887 feet elevation difference
South Prong Trail, Grant County , 18 miles away, 4.9 hiking miles, 2147 feet elevation difference
Black Canyon Trail, Wheeler County , 18 miles away, 8.1 hiking miles, 3351 feet elevation difference
Minetop Trail, Morrow County , 19 miles away,  6 hiking miles, 931 feet elevation difference
 Ski Areas Near John Day Fossil Beds National Monument:
Anthony Lakes, Oregon , 94 miles away, 900 foot drop, 3 lifts, 21 runs
 Whitewater Near John Day Fossil Beds National Monument:
John Day River, Wheeler Jefferson Wasco County , 30 miles away, Class II - 47 miles long (Service Creek to Clarno)
 Public Lands Near John Day Fossil Beds National Monument:
Cline Falls State Park, Oregon , 37 miles away
 Golf Courses Near John Day Fossil Beds National Monument:
South Fork Golf Course, Dayville , 14 miles away

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