Succor Creek State Natural Area, Oregon

Top photo: Our camper looks so cozy tucked in.

After leaving Leslie Gulch, Succor Creek seemed like a logical next stop as it was on our planned route. It's tucked in on the creek after a long descent on a narrow gravel road.

Succor Creek - State Natural Area Campground, near Nyssa, OR: Site not numbered (23 RV sites total) - This site: dry camping. Campground Notes: no water available • vault toilets • creek access • OHV trails from campground • trails nearby • 2841’ elevation. October 1st - 3rd. Miles traveled: 2️⃣4️⃣ (tap on mileage to see route & elevation change).
• Non-reservable sites.
• Lots of eye candy.
• Clean vault toilets.
• Free.
• Two large groups on the other side of creek ran generators 24/7.
• The campground had a "ridden hard & put up wet" feel.

Overall Experience:

Additional Info: Succor Creek State Natural Area is a protected area in the western United States, located in Malheur County, Oregon. The natural area is home to a variety of plant and animal species, including sagebrush, grasses, wildflowers, and many species of birds and reptiles. The area is also known for its geology, with features such as the Succor Creek Canyon, which has been carved over time by the Succor Creek. The natural area is managed by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department and is open to the public for activities such as hiking, picnicking, camping, and wildlife viewing. It is located about 30 miles south of Vale, Oregon, and is accessible by car from Oregon Route 78.

Photos from the Campground & the Natural Area


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  1. Hey Says:
    06/08/2022 07:33
    Any good trails in the area?
  2. Robt Says:
    08/08/2022 20:05
    Mostly double track ATV trails, but a nice hike overlooking the campground can be found on one of the double tracks.

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