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Carberry Campground

Sites are located along Cougar Creek. The tent sites vary in size, with the smaller, more intimate sites found adjacent to Cougar Creek. Lake access is found across County Road 777 from the campground, with a trail that leads to Carberry Creek. (When the lake is full, the trail ends at the lake). There is nearby access to Applegate Lake and an OHV trail system.  There are wheelchair accessible facilities and trails.This site is open all year, but is a walk-in site during the off-season, with no service provided during that time. Park at the gate and proceed on foot from there. Please pack out what you pack in, and always remember to Leave No Trace.Facilites10 campsites (tent sites) with picnic tables and fire pitsDay use areaVault toiletNo drinking waterGarbage disposal provided during operating season

Facilities

10 campsites (tent sites) with picnic tables and fire pitsDay use areaVault toiletNo drinking waterGarbage disposal provided during operating season


Driving directions to Carberry Campground

From Jacksonville, OR, follow Highway 238 southwest for 6.5 miles, turning south on Upper Applegate Road (County Road 859) at Ruch, OR. Continue south for approximately 18.5 miles (the last 4 miles are along Applegate Lake) to the junction with County Road 777. Turn west (right) and travel about 0.3 mile. Carberry Campground is on the left side of the road.

Location and contact info

Carberry Creek Road, OR 97530

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Activities at Carberry Campground

Camping

Hiking


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