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).
Pros:
• Non-reservable sites.
• Lots of eye candy.
• Clean vault toilets.
• Free.
Cons:
• 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:

Photos from the Campground & the Natural Area

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Comments

  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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