8 primitive campsites and a vault toilet can be found on the other end of a 15 mile gravel road that shoots off of Oregon 201. Additionally, 15 walk-in sites are available on the east side of the creek. No potable water to be had at Succor Creek. This place calls for preparedness camping. Bring enough water to satiate in the fierce conditions of an eastern oregon landscape and then nestle into seclusion amidst the woven carnelian and mahogony of volcanic rock and the designs of antelope footprints.
Campsite area
Bring your own tents
23 sites
Up to guests per site
Hike in
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Picnic table available


Offered near the campground.

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April 25th, 2018

Been here twice now. Beautiful canyon with red rocks shooting from both sides. A great place to camp, hike, and explore. Lots of geodes in the area. I've heard it gets hot here (and you need to watch out for ticks). I have always gone in early spring. They upgraded the bridge at the campground so all of the sites on the other side are now accessible by car as well. I have also backpacked here. You can hike in on the right side maybe 1.5 miles max. But nice if you want to backpack a bit to get away from the parking lot crowd.

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Succor Creek State Natural Area
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43.795° N, 117.056° W
Tent Only - Hike In: 23 Sites
(Up to people per site)

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