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  Be careful coming to the Blue Mountains, you might not ever wanna return home again. The Fawn Spring Trail is a great hiking trail near Mud Lake, and as expected Grouse Creek flows through this area. Yeah, come up here to the Blue Mountains for a glorious time. Corral Gulch is a great place to stop at in the vicinity of Mud Lake; going for a hike on the Joaquin Miller Trail is always a tremendous adventure. If you need a place to stay BEST WESTERN John Day
    Inn is a glorious choice, and a short spree to Rattlesnake Spring is always worthwhile.
Fawn Spring Trail is a scenic wilderness hiking trail; it's 0.

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These outdoors activities are available near Mud Lake.
 Public Lands Near Mud Lake:
John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Kimberly - OR, 47 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Mud Lake:
Ray Cole Campground, Grant County, 3 miles away
Starr, Seneca, 5 miles away
Starr Sno-Park, Seneca, 6 miles away
Grant County Fairgrounds RV Park, John Day, 6 miles away
 Hotels Near Mud Lake:
Best Western John Day Inn, John Day, 6 miles away
Days Inn Burns, Burns, 36 miles away
Americas Best Value Inn Burns, Burns, 37 miles away
Best Western Rory & Ryan Inns, Hines, 37 miles away
Rory Ryan Inn, Hines, 37 miles away
 Hiking Trails Near Mud Lake:
Fawn Spring Trail, Grant County, 3 miles away
      0.7 hiking miles, 112 feet elevation difference
Berry Creek Trail, Grant County, 4 miles away
       9.6 hiking miles, 1684 feet elevation difference
Joaquin Miller Trail, Grant County, 7 miles away
      7.8 hiking miles, 2127 feet elevation difference

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