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Fred Creek Lake

  Fred Creek Lake is a good place to visit for more than one day, Cottonwood Pit is a good place to camp nearby. Good hiking is available along the Lone Pine Trail, and do pop by Cockleburr Creek if you're here at Fred Creek Lake. Man, is there plenty of entertaining stuff to do in the Blue Mountains. Don't forget to take a delightful little visit to Shingle Creek, and Cline Falls State Park is a magnificent site to stretch your legs a bit.
This lake is
    so wonderful. Don't leave Fred Creek Lake without first paying a visit to Ted Glover Spring. A trip to John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is recommended, and do set aside some time for Buck Pasture if you're here at Fred Creek Lake.

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These outdoors activities are available near Fred Creek Lake.
 Public Lands Near Fred Creek Lake:
Cline Falls State Park, Oregon, 17 miles away
John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Kimberly - OR, 21 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Fred Creek Lake:
Cottonwood - Antone, Paulina, 4 miles away
Cottonwood Pit, Paulina, 6 miles away
Barnhouse, Mitchell, 7 miles away
Little Summit Campground, Wheeler County, 8 miles away
 Hiking Trails Near Fred Creek Lake:
Owl Creek Trail, Wheeler County, 10 miles away
       1 hiking miles, 301 feet elevation difference
Coffeepot Trail, Wheeler County, 12 miles away
       1.8 hiking miles, 887 feet elevation difference
Lone Pine Trail, Wheeler County, 12 miles away
      4 hiking miles, 1889 feet elevation difference
 Whitewater Near Fred Creek Lake:
John Day River, Wheeler/ Jefferson/ Wasco County, 20 miles away
      Class II - 47 miles long (Service Creek to Clarno)

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