Camping near Baker City

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Waterfront RV camping brownlee

5 sites · RVs, Tents125 acres · Huntington, OR
Learn more about this land: We have 125 acre farm ranch that is waterfront on brownlee reservoir. We have multiple camping spots along the water. There are 4 rv or camp trailer camp spots available. All 4 spots are dry camping. No power or water currently. we have a spot to launch boats which is right between sight 3 and 4. Good fishing. Very little boat traffic. Very private. In the fall big horn sheep frequently rut on the property. We usually have fresh eggs on hand. Dry climate. Sage brush and juniper trees here. We have a easy to access spot to fill up water to your camp trailers or rvs. The water is from a spring and Water tastes really good. This area has a lot of history. Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce tribe often stayed in this area and on the property. In fact this was where his tribe met to discuss and decide to try to go to escape to Canada. This is where that journey started. You can still find arrow heads on the shoreline every so often. I’m ruffly 15 miles north of Huntington oregon. 13 miles of which is dirt road. The property sits at the base of lookout mountain. Really good cell service here with Verizon Full bars. If you decide to come camp make sure your directions take you through Huntington. Google sometimes likes to try to get people to drive over the mountain. Or if your coming from the north it sometimes wants you to go through Richland and then on 34 miles of dirt road. Going Through Huntington onto snake river rd is the easy way to go.
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Pondosa, Oregon. Old mill town.

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Baker City, OR
Learn more about this land:Campsites are gravel parking with park-like lawn, well kept, and surrounded by a small picnicking area with extra parking, porta potty, garbage receptical, BBQs, tables and chairs on sprawling grassy lawns shaded with 100 year old large trees. Perfect for a large group. We have a big tree swing and an adult size teeter totter for you to enjoy. There is a horseshoe area. The camping sites are back in only, so if you have trouble backing in, I am happy to help. Each spot has a fire pit with first firewood supplied, (additional be purchased) and a picnic table. Surrounding area is sagebrush, 2 miles from Wallowa National Forest with miles and miles of wilderness trails, lakes and Mountain fishing, ATVs, hiking, biking. You can ride your ATVs right from the camp. There is huckleberry and mushroom picking in early summer and late spring. Local wildlife consists of deer, elk, eagles and owls, pheasants, quail, wild turkeys, all kinds of birds, (even an occasional farm chicken may wander by) and coyotes and frogs calling at night. My friendly labs like to come say hi. Campsites are for tents or RVs. Our electric is shared among the campsites. Our water is from a wonderful deep cold well that’s piped to a shared outlet in the middle of the RV camp. Bring a hose to hook up, we have one if you need one. Guest Wi-Fi if you’re close to the store. Cell service is limited. I do allow generators if you are not sharing the park with anyone else. If you’re the only ones, no quiet time, if others are camping, quiet time is from 10:00 pm - 7:00 am. Site 1: largest fire pit, close to the power hook up, the most shady spot but still sunny, closest to the park. Site 2: A bit of shade, most of the day in sun. Closest to water hook up. Site 3: A Sunny site, a little late afternoon shade. A little more privacy as it’s the last spot. Farthest stretch for water and power, but I provide an extension power cord to it. Our little store has items you may need if you run out or forget something. We also sell regular gas.
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Almosta Farm

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents15 acres · Cove, OR
We are a woman owned family farm in peaceful Cove, Oregon. Enjoy the goats and pet pig as well as the beautiful sunsets and expansive night sky.
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Towering Tamaracks

4 sites · Tents20 acres · Baker City, OR
Heavily forested mountain property is way off the grid in the Elkhorn Mountains and it neighbors National Forest. You can enjoy hiking, biking, climbing, hammocking, watching wild animals, star gazing at night (breath-taking), etc. But sorry, no sounds of the city. There is a short hike (4 to 5 minutes) to each camp site from the Common Parking area. Feel free to use the supplied cart to carry your gear. Campers have also enjoyed kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, hiking, and the mountain biking trails at Phillips Lake, which is a little over eight miles from TT. For trails, visit Trailforks.com and search Phillips Lake. Trails range from Easy to Black Diamond. This area used to have train tracks nearby, thus the road name Old Trestle Lane. Legend has it that "there's gold in them there hills". Visit nearby gold mining town, Sumpter (about 45 minute drive), while you're here. There is an authentic gold dredge you can walk through or you can schedule a steam powered train ride. http://www.sumptervalleyrailroad.org/index.html If you don't mind the hour drive, explore the history of Baker City and check out the Oregon Trail Museum just outside of town.
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Eagle Cap Acres

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Joseph, OR
This is a 2 bedroom 2 bath mountain cabin on the side of Mt. Joseph 2 miles outside of Joseph Oregon, at 5200 foot elevation with a beautiful view to the north and east. The cabin was built about 20 years ago, and is still being improved upon, but it is very sturdy and insulated, so stays cool on hot days, warm on cold days There is a wood stove for heat. There is electricity for lights, a microwave, a queen bed and a bunk bed with 2 twin mattresses. There are 2 bathrooms with flush toilets and sinks. Water is spring water, cold and delicious, from a source nearby on the mountain. There is no shower or hot water. Please bring your own sleeping bags/bedding, and camp stove. Please don’t use your propane/gas stove inside the cabin due to trapped fumes. This is a lovely unique spot and we hope to keep it that way, so please clean up after yourselves and pack all trash out with you. Cabin is at the end of a short lane so is very private, quiet, and peaceful. It is backed by 10 acres of woods and the area is unfenced and people hike all around the area on trails and gravel roads. Beloved natural Wallowa lake is a short drive, or long walk, away.
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Northside Base Camp

2 sites · Lodging40 acres · Prairie City, OR
Just minutes from Prairie City, 40 acres of off grid living provides for the best valley views with the Strawberry Mountain Range as a picturesque back drop. If you are just passing through eastern Oregon, or making it a destination, the view will not disappoint. Wildlife and critters abound day and night. Turkeys and coyotes often heard at dusk, taking you into nights dark skies for some of the best stargazing around. There is an outhouse just a short walk from the cabins for toilet. No running water or showers on site. Endless miles of public lands begin within 2 miles. Magone Lake is nearby for fishing, swimming, paddle boarding and biking trails. Located within the Northside hunting unit. Excellent hiking opportunities within the Strawberry Wilderness. Visit the BLM office in Prairie City for all your maps and forestry information.
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Three R's Ranch

1 site · RV, Tent10 acres · Baker City, OR
The Three R's Ranch sits on 9.7 acres while looking at the Elk horn mountains, we have four seasons here in Eastern Oregon. There is a wide variety of towns, parks, lakes, hot springs, hiking, fishing, hunting, scenic byway boating also a downtown bar seen activities and surroundings to keep you entertained.
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Quail Run RV Park

4 sites · RVs1 acre · Halfway, OR
Quail Run RV Park is located north of Halfway Oregon on Cornucopia Hwy. It is quiet and clean with majestic views of the Wallowa Mountains. 20,30,50 AMP Hookups Great Internet Rustic Shower/Bathroom We are a very home town laidback RV park. We have wood on site for fire pits and welcome friendly dogs or other pets upon approval. We have even hosted a small pet pig. The RV park is on the edge of town in a quiet neighborhood. The school is 100 yards away has tennis courts, track, basketball court and frisbee golf that are open to the public.
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Rustic Pine Outdoor Weddings & More

11 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Medical Springs, OR
One clarification: We are not in North Powder. Working to get this corrected - so no offense to North Powder :) Rustic Pines is close to Medical Springs, Oregon. We're a secluded, 10-acre blend of aspen, pine and grass meadow with a stream weaving through . Our priority is to maintain and caretake this natural oasis. Visitors include private groups; friends, families, self-contained RV groups, eco camp groups, birders, and huckleberry gatherers. Folks who like secluded-but-convenient fresh air break. A place to string up a hammocks, and wander 1.5 miles of mowed walking paths. Events have include outdoor weddings, reunions (class, family, frat/sorority, etc.), private musical performances, and birthday parties, birder gatherings. Various species been spotted on our grounds, and more in the nearby Eagle Cap Wilderness and Wallowa Whitman National Forest. We are not a general admission site. We're natural, private-party destination where memories are made. Weddings under the stars, reunions, private parties, eco campers and self-contained RV groups find our space ideal. Small and large groups are welcome. Our goal is to provide a special experience in a unique venue; set aside for you and your people. Tucked in the foothills of Northeast Oregon’s Wallowa Mountains, we're 20 miles from I-84, and nearly a mile from sight and sound of rural highway 203 (Grand Tour Scenic Byway). Less than a 10 miles from the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area (Oregon's largest wilderness area). * Important to Note - Our 2023 season begins the last weekend of June (some years the towering Eagle Cap peaks share their storms into June). - We're an off-grid destination. - As such, no hookups are provided - We provide bathrooms :) - Generators may be rented (our main building is wired for lighting, music, etc. This can be extended to the outdoor Aspen Chapel and other areas) The 3/4 mile private lane leading to our grounds is easily drive-able. Being natural means we have a few potholes. But they are shallow, and the turns are wide (class four RV's often set up in our main meadow). In addition to natural space, a 30'x60' open-sided pavilion is wired for generator power. We've hosted self-contained RV groups, campers, reunions, and musical performances. Our aspen grove chapel has been the site of outdoor weddings. Once again, we host private groups, exclusively. And once your party checks in, the gate is closed to anyone else. We enjoy providing a special experience for you and your people. At Rustic Pines, you’ll never park next to a stranger. A conversation between a group representative/ lead member is highly beneficial. We're glad to provide more detail and answer questions by phone. We look forward to hosting your group at Rustic Pines. (which is not in North Powder :)
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Shaded Private Camp Site

1 site · RV25 acres · Union, OR
Learn more about this land:This is a private 3/4 acre lot attached to a larger property. The camp site is relatively secluded in a rural area with 10 acre minimum properties. The camp site is located approximately 1.5 miles from downtown Union and 10 miles from I84. There is Buffalo Peak Golf Course just a couple miles away. The surrounding area has many great places to explore including mountain biking, hiking, state parks, and all the other fun activities eastern Oregon has to offer.
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Looking for a camping experience near Baker City, Oregon? Hipcamp has over 230 options for you to choose from, with accommodations starting as low as $15 per night. Some top campsites in the area include Relaxing, Peaceful Lavender Farm (87 reviews), Last Chance Glass Farm and Getaway (56 reviews), and Pondosa, Oregon. Old mill town. (51 reviews). Whether you're into wind sports, snow sports, or climbing, there's something for everyone. Plus, popular amenities like trash disposal, cooking equipment, and showers are available. Start planning your outdoor adventure today!

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