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Stovepipe Springs State Park, Blue Mountains, Oregon


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Outdoors recreation is bountiful, some of the cool stuff you can do is whitewater paddling, and playing golf, so perhaps you want to stay a while. This campground is to be found in the delightful Blue Mountains.
The pleasant personnel and all the amusing stuff to do are reasonably extraordinary. While going to this neighborhood in Oregon it's a nice idea to go camping for a couple of days too.
There's no way to run out of amusing stuff to do in close proximity to Stovepipe Springs State Park; loads of people love to come here to get away.
Camping out positively is a fun thing to do; Stovepipe Springs State Park in Oregon is a nice selection.
Take a side spree to Bear Creek,
    and Painted Hills Dam is a picturesque location, undeniably worth taking a look at. And that's not everything there is to do here in the Blue Mountains. You'll meet a lot of people from Prineville here, and a tremendous spot to check
 out is Lockwood Canyon. If you come to this campground, you will have a good time for sure. When you're here at Stovepipe Springs State Park it's always fun to check out Cline Falls State Park, and a round of golf at nearby Kinzua Hills Golf Club is a nice way to kill some time. Ochoco National Forest is a splendid place to stretch your legs a bit. At Stovepipe Springs State Park all through the warmest time of the year highs are in the 80's while night lows are regularly in the 50's. All through the winter highs are regularly in the 30's while Stovepipe Springs State Park night low temperatures through the winter are in the 20's. Stovepipe Springs State Park is a location that is pretty waterless typically. November is when you get the most rain here while July is ordinarily the driest month. 

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Other campgrounds near Stovepipe Springs State Park, Blue Mountains, Oregon:

   Rocky Road, Fossil, 1 miles away
   Manning Pasture, Fossil, 1 miles away
   Priest Hole, Fossil, 2 miles away
   Painted Hills National Monument - Red Hill, Fossil, 4 miles away
   Burnt Ranch Beach, Fossil, 6 miles away
   Burnt Ranch Dispersed, Fossil, 6 miles away
   Bridge Creek, Mitchell, 6 miles away
   Burnt Ranch, Fossil, 7 miles away
   Black Canyon Trailhead, Mitchell, 7 miles away
   Old Logging Road, Mitchell, 8 miles away

Paddling Rivers Near Stovepipe Springs State Park, Blue Mountains, Oregon:

   John Day River, Wasco / Wheeler / Sherman / Gilliam County, 17 miles away
      Class II-III - 69 miles long (Clarno to Cottonwood)

   John Day River, Wheeler / Jefferson / Wasco County, 19 miles away
      Class II - 47 miles long (Service Creek to Clarno)

Public Lands near Stovepipe Springs State Park, Blue Mountains, Oregon:

   John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Kimberly - OR, 48 miles away
   Cline Falls State Park, Oregon, 22 miles away

   Ochoco National Forest, Oregon, 26 miles away

Golf Courses Near Stovepipe Springs State Park, Blue Mountains, Oregon:

   Kinzua Hills Golf Club, Fossil, 18 miles away

Current weather conditions and forecast for Stovepipe Springs State Park, Blue Mountains, Oregon
Local climate location: ANTELOPE 13 miles away

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