Silver Creek Marsh Campground
 
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Silver Creek Marsh Campground
The Silver Creek March Campground offers campsites at a popular fishing spot along Silver Creek in a beautiful forest setting. On site is Silver Creek March Trailhead which provides access to the Fremont National Recreation Trail #160 ? Northern Segment. From Silver Lake, travel west on Highway 31. Turn left on County Road 4-11. Take Forest Road 27 for 10 miles, and you will see the campground/trailhead entrance sign.
Camping Types: Horse Camp, RV Camping, Tent Camping

Geography: High Desert

Features:
Drinking water Fire Pits Garbage Service
No Camp Host Pets Allowed Picnic Tables
Vault Toilets    

Activities:
Fishing (Fly) Fishing (Lure) Hiking
Horseback Riding Mounting Biking  

Access: Drive in

Number of sites: 14

Max People: 8

Max RV Length: 50 feet

Elevation: 4830 feet

Availability: May 1 - November 15

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Website: Silver Creek Marsh Campground

Address: Forest Road 27

City: Silver Lake

State: Oregon

Zip code: 97638

Country: United States

Phone: (541) 576-2107

GPS Lat: 43.006283

GPS Lon: -121.134901



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My Average Rating: 3.40
I am from Oregon
Reviewed by: tfk001
Review date: Aug-28-2015
Rating: 
This is a very pretty campground, with nice separation for the individual campsites. Fairly quiet place, but the road that goes by does have more traffic than I like. People driving by can look right into your campsite. This makes me feel a little too visible to the public. One loop for this campsite does cater to the horse people, with well built corrals next to some of the sites. There is a well with a hand pump on it, but we never could get it to pump water. We tried for quite awhile too. With a large group, as long as you have someone to ?guard? your rv's during the daytime, this would be a great place. Some mosquitoes in early July, but I am sure they would be gone by late August. 

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