Farewell Bend State Recreation Area


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Farewell Bend State Recreation Area features a beautiful desert experience on the banks of the Snake River's Brownlee Reservoir. It features historic markers and interpretive displays that provide visitors with information on Farewell Bend's significance on the Oregon Trail. The park is open for day-use, which features a boat ramp, a fish cleaning station and a viewing deck. There are also horseshoe pits, a sand volleyball court, a basketball court, and picnic areas. Camp at any of the 92 electrical sites with water, 23 tent sites with water nearby, and two ADA-accessible cabins, one of which is pet-friendly. There's also a group tent camp, flush toilets, hot showers, an RV dump station, and a fenced off-leash pet area.

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Lat: 44.305161 Lng: -117.227105

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User 69738

Tent site loop (loop A) is open and has no reservations, so first come first serve. There were plenty of spots around here when we were there. Clean toilets and showers, plus a dump station available. Definitely worth $18.



Tent site ring is closed since 15th of september. But there are some first come first serve sites in the other two rings. There are free showers but we havent used them (the water was not really hot and it was freezing outside). No problems to pitch a tent!


User 15836

Really beautiful!


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