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Four Corners Campground

Campground Description:  Four Corners Campground is owned and operated by the U.S. Forest Service.  Four Corners Campground is possibly the smallest RV camping and tent camping facility in Oregon.  The campground offers 2 campsites and a pit toilet.  All road surfaces are gravel.  The primary attraction (other than as a base camp for deer hunters) are the beavers and beaver dams on nearby Rancheria and Camas Creeks.  Limited convenience store type shopping is available in Ukiah (19 miles west) while full service shopping and restaurants are available in La Grande (30 miles east).  Open year round.  Reservations are not possible.

Number of Sites:  2 RV camping or tent camping sites

Electricity:  No

Water:  No

Sewer:  No

Cost:  Free

Waste Water Dump Station:  No

Directions:  From Pendleton Oregon - Follow Highway 395 south for approximately 47.4 miles to Highway 244.  Turn left (east) onto Highway 244 and follow for approximately 20.2 miles to the sign for the Four Corners Sno Park.  Turn left (north) towards the Sno Park.  Ignore the Sno Park and drive approximately 30 yards to the entrance to the Four Corners Campground.  The entrance is on the right (east) side of the road.  From La Grande Oregon - On Interstate 84 exit 252 is approximately 9.5 miles north of La Grande.  Take exit 252 and drive 26.5 miles west on Highway 244 to the Four Corners Sno Park.  Turn right (north) towards the Sno Park.  Ignore the Sno Park and drive approximately 30 yards to the entrance to the Four Corners Campground.  The entrance is on the right (east) side of the road.

Fishing:  The nearest productive fishing is approximately 21.1 miles east at Spool Cart Campground.

Astronomy Opportunities:  None at the campground.  Follow the forest road at the entrance to the Four Corners Campground for approximately 2.7 miles to a very large clearing.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 45.20466 N, 118.60269 W.  The approximate elevation at the clearing is 4500 feet (1372 meters).

Nearby Golfing:  There is no golfing nearby.  Golf is available in Pendleton or Union.

Contact Information: 

Umatilla National Forest
2517 S.W. Hailey Avenue
Pendleton, OR 97801
541-278-3716
Four Corners Campground

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Turn at the sign for the Sno Park then follow the road for another 30 yards to the entrance to Four Corners Campground

Four Corners Campground offers a pit toilet but no tap water

Campsite 2 at Four Corners Campground can be used by RV campers and tent campers

Campsite 1 at Four Corners Campground

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