Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District)

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Address:
Approximately nine miles east of Oakridge, directly along Oregon State Highway 58.
Westfir, OR 97492

Website:
https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/willamette/recreation/camping-cabins/recarea/?recid=4491&actid=29

Phone:
(541) 937-2129

About Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District)

National Forest

Willamette National Forest

This 24-site campground is conveniently located adjacent to Oregon State Highway 58 in an old growth forest alongside Salt Creek.

Fishing and swimming are popular activities. A large picnic area along the creek offers picnic tables, a large grassy area for both passive and active recreation.…

Reservation Info

No reservations. Sites are available on a first come, first served basis.

Available Camping


  • Backpacking
  • Tent

Allowed Vehicles


  • Passenger Vehicles

Services


  • Trash Disposal

Recreation


  • Swimming Hole(s)

Facilities


  • Restrooms

Discounts


  • Passport America

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

What is the phone number for Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District)?

The phone number for Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District) is (541) 937-2129.


Where is Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District) located?

Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District) is located at Approximately nine miles east of Oakridge, directly along Oregon State Highway 58. , Westfir, OR 97492


What is the internet address for Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District)?

The website (URL) for Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District) is https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/willamette/recreation/camping-cabins/recarea/?recid=4491&actid=29


What is the latitude and longitude of Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District)?

You can use Latitude: 43.74351290 Longitude: -122.46384360 coordinates in your GPS.


Is there a key contact at Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District)?

You can contact Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District) at (541) 937-2129.

Blue Pool Campground (Middle Fork Ranger District) Reviews

Based on 1 Reviews
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3 Review(s)
Overall Rating

We found a gem in the forest.

Hard to find the entrance while going 55 MPH down the highway. We stopped and camped here on our way from Christmas Valley to home. What we found was a small but secluded camping area run by the BLM with 24 camp sites in total. We stayed at the best site possible, #11 and even thought all the Oregon fires were all around us we still found a gem in the forest. This site was large enough for our 21 foot trailer and F250 pickup with 8 feet left over. This site had it all, picnic table, fire ring, level asphalt pad and a great wonder full easy to get to creek called Salt Creek that ran the entire length of the campground. It only cost us $9.50 to say the night and not the normal $19.00 because we had a passport America pass. Once this campground has running water and flush toilets, but no more as people kept damaging the water system and pipes. thus the picture of the old flush toilet building. We will stop and stay here many more times in the future.


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AT&T - No Service
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Date of Visit

2021-07-31

Nightly Rate

19.00

Site Number

11

Site Surface

Asphalt

Campground Reviews

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