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Eightmile Crossing Campground is the second most popular campground in the Barlow Ranger District. Eight Mile Creek flows through the campground with many of the 24 units along the water. Dense conifers (firs, pines and cedar) provide nice temperature relief from hot summer days. A picnic area is provided for those sightseers/travelers who seek a quiet setting just off Forest Road 44. This is one of the few campgrounds in this district that accommodates large trailers and motor homes.

Directions: From Dufur: Travel west on Primary Forest Route 44 approximately 13 miles to the forest boundary. Continue on 44 for about an additional five miles to Forest Road 4430. Follow 4430 north for less than a mile to the campground.

Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: June-Mid-October (Campground may be open beyond these dates with limited services available.)

Facility Type: Campground

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