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Wildhorse Falls Reservoir

 
  Wildhorse Falls Reservoir is located in the Blue Mountains. That right there is a load of amusing things already but it goes on, the Blue Mountains has it all. John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is one of the destinations in the neighborhood of Wildhorse Falls Reservoir that are tremendous to go to. Don't leave Wildhorse Falls Reservoir without first paying a visit to Wildhorse Spring. Have a delightful hiking adventure along the Dry Duncan Creek Trail,
    and the peak of Little Baldy can be made out from Wildhorse Falls Reservoir.
Some nearby water includes Sunflower Creek; Pine Tree Campground is a delightful campground nearby.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Wildhorse Falls Reservoir.
 Public Lands Near Wildhorse Falls Reservoir:
Cline Falls State Park, Oregon, 38 miles away
John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Kimberly - OR, 26 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Wildhorse Falls Reservoir:
Frazier, Dayville, 4 miles away
Pine Tree Campground, Grant County, 9 miles away
Mud Springs, Dayville, 11 miles away
Schneider Wilderness Area, Dayville, 12 miles away
 Hotels Near Wildhorse Falls Reservoir:
Best Western John Day Inn, John Day, 41 miles away
Rory Ryan Inn, Hines, 43 miles away
Best Western Rory & Ryan Inns, Hines, 43 miles away
Americas Best Value Inn Burns, Burns, 43 miles away
Days Inn Burns, Burns, 43 miles away
 Hiking Trails Near Wildhorse Falls Reservoir:
Dry Cabin Creek Trail, Grant County, 10 miles away
      5 hiking miles, 2778 feet elevation difference
South Prong Trail, Grant County, 11 miles away
      4.9 hiking miles, 2147 feet elevation difference
Dry Duncan Creek Trail, Grant County, 12 miles away
      4.9 hiking miles, 2966 feet elevation difference

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