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Hemlockdj

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Posted: 01/26/19 07:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Good day,

We will be traveling from Colorado to the Oregon coast in June via Hwy84. Can anyone suggest an area to camp overnight near Pendleton, Oregon? We prefer National Forest, wildlife areas, disperse camping. It will only be for one night, we have a 24ft Chateau class C.

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Dave

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Emmigrant Springs State Park at the top of the hill about 25 miles east of Pendelton.





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Posted: 01/26/19 09:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Wildhorse Casino and stay in free overflow parking.
Yes, they have RV park but overflow works for us and many others


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Thanks so much, I'll check those out. Really appreciate the info.
Dave

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Posted: 01/27/19 09:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Fuel at the Wildhorse Tribal station is lower then others in area.

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I second Wildhorse Casino. or if you prefer more rustic - Emigrant Springs is gorgeous.


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Posted: 01/27/19 12:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Did you check freecampsites.net. They have a lot of disbursed camping sites in the area.


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Another plus for fueling at Wild Horse is that YOU CAN PUMP YOUR OWN! It is Oregon.


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A few miles north from La Grande on I84 is a forest road (NF21) at exit 248. Turn left at bottom of ramp, and about 2-3 miles is a free Nat Forest CG, Spring Creek. https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/wallowa-whitman/recarea/?recid=52121 Not big, but should be ok for your rig.


OR, keep heading into the woods, and along NF21 you'll find quite a few dispersed sites. If you use google maps or google earth, you can see a lot of them. A couple are on the free campsites site mentioned previously. Some could be muddy if early June, and on the weekends, you'll run into a fair amount of ATV's running around!!


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Super, thanks everyone. At first I did not understand Fleet Man's comment about pumping your own gas, but after some research know I understand. Never been to Oregon so no experience. Looking forward to this trip.

Thanks again,
Dave

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