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Page Springs Campground, Oregon
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Description: 4,200-foot elevation. 36 campsites under the cottonwood and juniper trees near the Donner und Blitzen Wild and Scenic River. This campground was named for a series of springs which flows through the area. The rock bluffs above the campground were formed by lava and ash flows. Many types of warblers, raptors, and other birds nest at or migrate through Page Springs. Bighorn sheep live in the northeastern end of Steens Mountain, and you can see a wild horse herd on the southwest end of the loop road.

Rattlesnakes, ticks, and stinging nettles can be found near the river, particularly in summer months. River is difficult to cross in early spring. The road is also great for mountain biking. Other attractions nearby include birdwatching at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and rockhounding at the Diamond Craters lava beds. Fees are charged from April-October. All fees collected are returned to the site for improvements, facility maintenance, and visitor services as part of the Pilot Fee Demonstration Program. Hiking or horse riding in the area.

Location: From Frenchglen go 3 miles east on the Steens Mountain Backcountry Byway.   Latitude: 42.80413840353749   Longitude: -118.86696293121338

Address: Bureau of Land Management
Burns District Office
28910 Hwy 20 West
Hines, OR  97738
Phone: (541) 573-4400

Season: year round

Fee: $8/ night

Reservations: no
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Notes: Maximum RV length is 35 feet.No firewood collecting is allowed in developed campgrounds. Pets must be kept on a leash in the campground at all times.An RV dump station is at the Steen Mountain resort, 0.5 mile away.
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