Corral Creek  
Bly Ranger District, (541) 353-2427 

 
The Corral Creek campground, located at the base of the Gearhart Mountain Wilderness 45 minutes northeast of Bly, Oregon, offers six campsites in a rustic lodgepole pine and meadow setting. Each site includes a picnic table, fire ring, and there is one vault toilet. The creek flows along the edge of the campground, and is fishable when the water level is sufficient.

Directions:
From Bly Ranger District travel 13 miles east on Highway 140. Turn left on FS Road 3660. Take FS Road 3660 for 13 miles, and turn right on FS Road 34. Travel approximately 1/8-mile and turn left on FS Road 012. Or, travel 1 1/2 miles east on Highway 140, turn left on County Road 1259. Take County Road 1259 for ½-mile, turn right on FS Road 34. Travel for 15 miles, turn left onto FS Road 012. You should see the campground entrance sign. 

From Lakeview travel 25 miles west on Highway 140, turn right on FS Road 3660. Travel FS Road 3660 for 13 miles; turn right on FS Road 34. Travel on FS Road 34 a very short distance, turn left on FS Road 012. 


Elevation: 6,000' 







Facilities: 
6 sites - box-style horse stalls.
no potable water
outhouse

Reservations No 
Fees No

Activities: 
Corral Creek Forest Camp is set in among the Lodgepole pine at the base of the Gearhart Mountain Wilderness offering an access to wilderness trails for hiking and horse riding in addition to wildlife viewing, cold water fishing, picnicking and camping including equestrian camping.

Operated By Bly Ranger District