Walton Lake Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 32
Snuggled among old growth ponderosa pine and mountain meadows, Walton Lake is an excellent place to come with friends and family to enjoy a quiet, natural setting. There are more developed facilities, and weekends are often full, but the campground maintains its feel of peace and quiet.
Fees: Per night, per site fee: $15/first vehicle; $7.50/each additional vehicle; Mulit-Site: $50. (2011)
Restrooms: Flush Toilet
Group Camping: The group sites (15-35 campers) are great for family outings, clubs or other group campouts. Parking areas accomodate up to 4-6 vehicles. Potable water is not piped into the site. Each group site has three tables and one fire ring. Up to 3-4 RV's can be accommodated; there are several tent pitching spots available as well.
Directions: From Prineville: Travel 25 miles east to the old Ochoco Ranger Station, then go 7 miles northeast of the Ranger Station on Forest Road 22. The campground sign is on left side of Forest Road 22.
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