Corral Creek Campground
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The Corral Creek Campground is located at the base of the Gearhart Wilderness (6000′ above sea level) in a Lodgepole Pine Setting. Accommodations include six tent and trailer sites, picnic tables and fire grills, an accessible outhouse, and horse stalls (box style). Firewood may be gathered for camp use nearby.
Activities include hiking on wilderness trails, bird watching, wildlife viewing,
cold water fishing, and horseback riding.