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Powder Spring Reservoir

  You'll need more than a day to discover everything Powder Spring Reservoir has to offer, you can camp at Crane Creek Campground. If you're here, you might as well stop at Slate Gulch, and it's a pleasant idea to stop at Kate Creek. There's so much to do here at Powder Spring Reservoir that you need to camp here for a while, North Fork Malheur is a magnificent site for that. A pleasant spree to Flag Prairie is a magnificent way to spend an afternoon, and Bathtub
    Spring is a glorious local attraction.
This lake is so wonderful. Sidehill Spring is a picturesque site to have a look at while you're at Powder Spring Reservoir.

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These outdoors activities are available near Powder Spring Reservoir.
 Public Lands Near Powder Spring Reservoir:
Malheur National Forest, Oregon, 10 miles away
Unity Lake State Park, Oregon, 21 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Powder Spring Reservoir:
Crane Creek Campground, Grant County, 5 miles away
North Fork Malheur, Bates, 7 miles away
Little Crane, Bates, 8 miles away
Elk Creek, Bates, 9 miles away
 Hotels Near Powder Spring Reservoir:
Knights Inn Baker City, Baker City, 47 miles away
Best Western John Day Inn, John Day, 47 miles away
Geiser Grand Hotel, Baker City, 47 miles away
Rodeway Inn Baker City, Baker City, 48 miles away
Best Western Sunridge Inn, Baker City, 48 miles away
 Hiking Trails Near Powder Spring Reservoir:
Starvation Trail, Baker County, 15 miles away
      2.3 hiking miles, 1811 feet elevation difference
Sunshine Flat Trail, Baker County, 17 miles away
      5 hiking miles, 2423 feet elevation difference
Little Baldy Trail, Grant County, 18 miles away
      10.2 hiking miles, 3398 feet elevation difference

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