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Frazier Campground

Campground Description:  Frazier Campground is owned and operated by the U.S. Forest Service.  Frazier Campground is the northern most camping and staging area for the Winom-Frazier OHV Complex.  (Go to Winom-Frazier OHV Complex for complete information).  There are hundreds of miles of maintained OHV trails.  Furthermore, the trails are marked as easy, moderate and expert.  It is quite possible to ride for a whole day and not repeat any of the trails.  The Frazier Campground is equally suited to both RV camping and tent camping.  All road and camping sites are graded gravel.  Many of the camp sites will accommodate even the largest of RVs.  Convenience store like shopping and gas are available in Ukiah,  approximately 16.7 miles west on Highway 244. 

Number of Sites:  16 RV camping and tent camping sites

Electricity:  No

Water:  No

Sewer:  No

Waste Water Dump Station:  No

Directions:  From Interstate 84 Eastbound or Westbound near Pendleton - Follow I-84 to Pendleton, OR.  Exit I-84 at exit 209, which is the exit for Highway 395.  Follow Highway 395 south for approximately 47.3 miles to Highway 244.  Turn left (east) onto Highway 244 and follow for approximately 18.5 miles.  The entrance to Frazier Campground is on the right (south) side of the highway between mileposts 18 and 19.  From Interstate 84 Eastbound or Westbound near La Grande - Follow I-84 to exit 252, approximately 9.5 miles north of La Grande.  Take exit 252 and turn west onto Highway 244.  Follow Highway 244 for approximately 28.4 miles to the entrance to Frazier Campground, on the left (south) side of Highway 244.

Fishing:  The nearest productive fishing spots are just south of Ukiah (ask in Ukiah) on Camas Creek.  A little farther in the opposite direction on Highway 244  Spool Cart Campground, approximately 18.5 miles east.  Occasionally some of the local small streams can be productive for trout.  Inquire in Ukiah

Astronomy Opportunities:  None at Frazier Campground, however, some terrific areas are available on Forest Road 52 (fully paved) south of Ukiah.  There are many acres of prairie land owned by the U.S. Forest Service in the stretch of road 10 to 15 miles south of Ukiah.  There is no light pollution and the elevation is approximately 4000 feet.

Nearby Golfing:  There is no nearby golfing

Contact Information: 

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

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The sign at the entrance to Frazier Campground

Frazier Campground offers modern pit toilets but no tap water

The OHV unloading/loading dock at Frazier Campground

An information kiosk is at the entrance to Frazier Campground

One of the back-in RV camping or tent camping sites at Frazier Campground

Even some of the largest campsites at Frazier Campground offer some privacy

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