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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

Recreation Sites

Recreation opportunities in southeast Oregon are plentiful and widespread. Popular activities include camping, picnicking, sightseeing, and exploring the open country on foot and horseback. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are winter favorites at higher elevations. Visitors also enjoy biking mountain roads, photographing landscapes, wildlife and wildflowers, and taking long weekends for backpacking. Many take a few hours for auto touring while others occupy weeks at a time hunting for big game, several upland and migratory bird species and abundant coyotes to name a few. Anglers head to the Donner und Blitzen River and Mann, Fish, and Wildhorse Lakes, and Chickahominy, Moon, Krumbo, and Warm Springs Reservoirs. Visiting special places like Riddle Brothers Ranch, the Kiger Wild Horse Viewing Area, the historic P Ranch and Sod House Ranch, the Alvord Desert, Diamond Craters Outstanding Natural Area, and the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is also must. Some activities, such as motorized access for winter recreation and organized group functions, may require a special-use permit from the BLM.

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Site Name and Description Activities Facilities
Pueblo Mountains

Fees: none

Pueblo Mountains

The Pueblo Mountains straddle the border between Nevada and Oregon at the northern end of the Black Rock Desert. The eastern crest ...   more>>

Fishing Geological Sightseeing Hiking Historic Site Investigation Horse Back Riding Hunting Jeep Use Mineral Collecting Watchable Wildlife
Riddle Brothers Ranch National Historic District

Fees: none

Riddle Brothers Ranch National Historic District

Riddle Brothers Ranch National Historic District is part of the historic context of pioneer settlement and the development of the livestock ...   more>>

Fishing Hiking Historic Site Investigation Horse Back Riding Watchable Wildlife Restrooms (Accessible) Trails
South Steens Family & Equestrian Campgrounds

Fees: Fees are $6 per vehicle, per night

South Steens Family & Equestrian Campgrounds

South Steens Campground is located on Steens Mountain, approximately 18 miles from Highway 205 via the Steens Mountain Loop Road. ...   more>>

Hiking Wild Horse Viewing Horse Back Riding Mountain Biking Camping Camp Sites (Accessible) Picnic Sites (Accessible) Restrooms (Accessible) Trails Drinking Water (Accessible)
Steens Mountain Cooperative Management & Protection Area

Fees: No fees Associated with this site.

Steens Mountain Cooperative Management & Protection Area

The Steens Mountain Cooperative Management and Protection Area (CMPA) ecompasses 428,156 acres of public land offering diverse scenic ...   more>>

Road Biking Cross-Country Skiing Fishing Fly Fishing Geological Sightseeing Hiking Historic Site Investigation Wild Horse Viewing Horse Back Riding Hunting Mountain Biking Sledding Snowboarding Snowmobiling Snowshoeing Snow Tubing Swimming Wading Watchable Wildlife Winter Sports Camping Boat Ramps (Accessible) Camp Sites (Accessible) Horse Facilities Picnic Sites (Accessible) Restrooms (Accessible) Trails Trails (Accessible) Drinking Water (Accessible)
Steens Summit Trail

Fees: none

Steens Summit Trail

The Steens Summit Trail is a short hike that allows easy acceess to the summit of the 8th highest mountain in Oregon - Steens Mountain ...   more>>

Cross-Country Skiing Hiking Horse Back Riding Snowshoeing Trails
Trout Creek and Oregon Canyon Mountains

Fees: none

Trout Creek and Oregon Canyon Mountains

The Trout Creek and Oregon Canyon Mountains provide many unique resources: beautiful scenery, historic stage station ruins, clear, ...   more>>

Fishing Hiking Horse Back Riding Hunting Watchable Wildlife Restrooms
Warm Springs Reservoir

Fees: none

Warm Springs Reservoir

Warm Springs Reservoir sits on the line between Harney and Malheur counties in Oregon. At an elevation of 3,406 feet, Warm Springs ...   more>>

Fishing Geological Sightseeing Hiking Horse Back Riding Hunting Motorboating Swimming Wading Boat Ramps (Accessible) Restrooms (Accessible)
Wildhorse Lake Trail

Fees: none

Wildhorse Lake Trail

Wildhorse Lake Trail is a challenging hike for the dedicated adventurer. Park at the end of the Wildhorse Lake Overlook Road and follow ...   more>>

Cross-Country Skiing Hiking Horse Back Riding Snowshoeing Trails
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