Whittaker Creek Recreation Area

Overview:

Whittaker Creek Recreation Site is a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) campground and day-use area. The campground has 31 sites. Campground amenities include vault toilets, potable water, picnic areas, a childrens play area, an Old Growth Ridge National Recreation Trail (2.5 miles), and a swimming area. Whittaker Creek Watchable Wildlife Site is located here. In the fall, winter, and spring, busloads of middle school students visit the Watchable Wildlife Site to learn about spawning salmon and trout and to assist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlifes breeding program.

Know Before You Go:

Open Hours: The Day Use Area and Campground are open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. This is a first-come, first served campground opportunity.

There is no fee for day-use. Camping is $10 per site and $5 for each extra vehicle.

Pets are ALLOWED but must be LEASHED (max. 6 feet) in the parking lot. Please dispose all pet waste in trash receptacles.

Point of Interest:

Clay Creek Campground, a BLM-managed recreation area with 21 campsites, is approximately 16 miles past Whittaker Creek.