Bull Prairie Lake Trail
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This trail is open to foot traffic only. The trail circles Bull Prairie Lake, which is stocked annually with trout. The Lake offers a number of places to fish from, including three floating docks and several benches.
Bull Prairie Campground is also located adjacent to the trail and offers potable water and a dump station for campers and RV’s. Bull Prairie charges $4.00 a night for camping, or $2.00 for those with a Golden Age Card. There are free day-use areas within, and around, the campground. This is quite a beautiful spot to spend the day fishing, hiking or just relaxing in the sunshine under the tall pines.
Directions: From Heppner: Follow State Highway 207 south for approximately 45 miles. Follow signs to Bull Prairie Recreation Area, on FS Road 2039.
Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Spring-Fall
Facility Type: Trail
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