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Located on the Rock Creek Reservoir, the Rock Creek Campground provides 33 fee sites and features a specially designated “fitness trail” located across the road from loop 1. East of this site, and across the dam, a day use picnic area that accommodates up to 65 people is located. The reservoir is regularly stocked with “keeper size” rainbow trout as well as four to six pound “brood fish”.

Facilities include wheelchair access to toilets, fishing ramp, drinking water, fireplaces, garbage cans and vault toilets.

Directions: From Tygh Valley: Travel west on Primary Forest Route 48 across the forest boundary. Continue on 48 approximately one mile to Forest Road 4820. Take 4820 south for less than one mile to the campground.

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

Facility Type: Campground

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