Sugar Creek Campground and Day Use Area are among the most highly developed recreational sites on the Ochoco National Forest. The campground offers three moderately accessible campsites and all pathways are ADA compliant. The setting of the facility is a young ponderosa pine forest, straddling a creek with easy access to a paved Forest Service Road. Opportunities for picnicking with a large group exist in the Day Use Area. Additionally, a short hike and wildlife viewing along Sugar Creek Trail are available throughout the facility.
Come take a break from civilization and enjoy the fresh pine scented air at Paulina Ranger District’s most desirable campground!
View a map of Sugar Creek Campground and Day Use Area.
From Prineville, Oregon:
Take Post-Paulina Hwy (State Highway 380) southeast from Prineville for about 55 miles, then turn left onto Izee Hwy east of Paulina (County Road 112).
Travel on County Road 112 for 3.5 miles to Beaver Creek Road (County Road 113).
Turn onto the left fork (County Road 113) and go 7.5 miles to Forest Service Road 58.
Follow Forest Service Road 58 for 2.25 miles to Sugar Creek Campground.
Sugar Creek Campground is about 12 miles from the community of Paulina and near Rager Ranger Station, which is no longer operational.