Daley Creek Campground
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The Daley Creek Campground is located near the confluence of Beaver Dam and Daley Creeks. Activities and points of interest include hiking, fishing, wildflowers and beaver dams. Two sites and one vault toilet are wheelchair accessible.
This is a semiprimative camping area with no potable water or garbage service. Please remember to pack your water in and to pack your garbage out. While no camping fee is required, a voluntary $3.00 donation is requested to offset the cost of maintenance.
Directions: From Ashland: Travel east on the Dead Indian Memorial Highway 22 miles and turn north on Forest Service Road 37. Continue one mile to the campground.
Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: Early May-Mid-November (Campground may be open beyond these dates with limited services available.)
Facility Type: Campground
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