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Fawn Creek Campground
Campground Description: Fawn Creek Campground is owned and operated by the US Bureau of Land Management. Some people have named this campground "Secret Campground" because there is no BLM signage indicating that it is Fawn Creek Campground. Fawn Creek Campground is at the confluence of Smith River and Fawn Creek. This Smith River in Oregon is often confused with the Smith River near the Oregon/California boarder. Fawn Creek Campground is a small campground that offers no services and no designated campsites. This campground is for dispersed camping only. Dispersed camping means that the camper should find a spot that does not appear to have been camped upon before. RVs are strongly discouraged. The campsites are treed offering lots of shade. Activities at Fawn Creek Campground include fishing, swimming, bird watching, plant identification and occasional mammal spotting. Shopping and services are available in Reedsport. Open from May 31 to September 30 every year. Reservations are not possible. Holding a campsite for another party that has not arrived is against the law in Oregon - significant penalties are applicable.
Number of Sites: Dispersed
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: From Highway 101 Northbound or Southbound - follow Hwy 101 to just north of Reedsport, turn east onto Smith River Road. Follow for 25 miles to Fawn Creek Campground
Fishing: Fishing is the best part of camping at Fawn Creek Campground. Fish for small mouth Bass from the river bank or in a motorized or non-motorized boat.
Astronomy Opportunities: Impossible because the surrounding trees are too dense
Nearby Golfing:Forest Hills Country Club 1 Country Club Dr Reedsport, OR 97467-1867 United States 541-271-2626 Forest Hills Country Club
Contact Information:Bureau of Land Management Coos Bay District 1300 Airport Lane North Bend,OR,97459 541-756-0100 Fawn Creek Campground
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