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Mays Reservoir

  You'll need more than a day to discover everything Mays Reservoir has to offer, you can camp at Burnt Ranch. A journey to Mays Reservoir wouldn’t be complete without a visit to close by Ochoco National Forest. Ross Creek is one of the streams close by that might be worth checking out; folks from Prineville love to come here. Little Muddy Creek is a stream that you may come across while you're here. There's so much to do here at Mays Reservoir that you need
    to camp here for a while, Burnt Ranch Dispersed is a good spot for that. No need to travel far to visit attention-grabbing stuff like Mays Rock.

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These outdoors activities are available near Mays Reservoir.
 Public Lands Near Mays Reservoir:
Ochoco National Forest, Oregon, 20 miles away
Prineville Reservoir State Park, Oregon, 33 miles away
Prineville State Park, Oregon, 33 miles away
John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Kimberly - OR, 64 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Mays Reservoir:
Burnt Ranch, Fossil, 10 miles away
Burnt Ranch Dispersed, Fossil, 10 miles away
Burnt Ranch Beach, Fossil, 10 miles away
Bingham Prairie Campground, Crook County, 12 miles away
 Hotels Near Mays Reservoir:
Best Western Prineville Inn, Prineville, 31 miles away
Econo Lodge Prineville, Prineville, 32 miles away
Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Madras Chateau Inn, Madras, 43 miles away
Juniper Motel, Madras, 44 miles away
Inn At Cross Keys Station, Madras, 44 miles away
 Whitewater Near Mays Reservoir:
John Day River, Wasco / Wheeler / Sherman / Gilliam County, 9 miles away
      Class II-III - 69 miles long (Clarno to Cottonwood)

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