Whiskey Springs Campground
The campground is a large bisected loop in a dense stand of Douglas fir, cedar and other conifers next to Whiskey Springs Pond. The dense canopy from the Douglas fir trees filters the sunlight providing a good environment for a variety of ground covers. Tall shrubs and young conifers provide privacy between campsites. This campground has a classic "forest feel" to it. Beavers are said to live in the pond.
The trailhead for the Whiskey Springs Interpretive Trail is located within the campground.
This small campground contains a variety of campsites to accommodate all types of visitors and campers, including group, family and single campsites. Drinking water is available. The campground has vault toilets. Firewood is available for purchase from the host.
Quiet and secluded this campground is located on the site of the original supply road (Old Military Road) for Fort Klamath.
The campground is quiet and secluded located in the City of Medford, OR, watershed. This remote and picturesque campground is a short distance from Willow Lake and Fish Lake, and nearby to Four Bit Ford Campground.
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