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Located northwest of Pine Grove on the White River, the White River Station Campground offers five camp sites at 3,000 feet elevation. The campground is accessible from Forest Road 3530, and activities include fishing, hiking and walking.

Directions: From Tygh Valley: Travel west on Primary Forest Route 48 to the forest boundary. Continue on 48 past Forest Roads 4860, 4880 and 4890 to Primary Forest Route 43. Follow 43 west for approximately half a mile to Forest Road 3530. Follow 3530 south about one mile to the campground.

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

Facility Type: Campground

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