Bear Hollow Campground
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Open year-round, Bear Hollow Park offers 20 sites at an elevation of 2,250 feet. You’ll enjoy the aroma of Ponderosa Pines on a warm day. Keep an eye out for deer wandering in the nearby meadows.
Located 7 miles southeast of Fossil on Highway 19.
No reservations are taken for the sites. No hook-ups or sewer. Potable water only.
For more information, contact: (541) 763-2010 or firstname.lastname@example.org