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The Bonney Meadows Campground offers some of the loveliest meadows in the forest as there are acres and acres of lush grasses and wildflowers. It offers six sites at an elevation of 4,800 feet. There is a small stream meandering, sparkling clear, which joins others to finally arrive at the White River. This is an idyllic setting to explore, photograph and enjoy.

Directions: From Tygh Valley/Road 48: Travel west on Primary Forest Route 48 to Forest Road 4890. Follow 4890 north to 4891. Follow 4891 north for about 3-4 miles to the campground. These roads are rough and a high clearance vehicle is recommended.From Highway 35: From Highway 35, across from the turnoff to the Mt. Hood Winter Sports Area, Follow Forest Road 3550 to Road 4891. These roads are rough and a high clearance vehicle is recommended.

Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: July-Early September (Campground may be open beyond these dates with limited services available.)

Facility Type: Campground

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