NF-3489 Dry Camp


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National Forest Development Road 3489, Lincoln County, Oregon


Dispersed camping in the Siuslaw National Forest. Camping outside of developed campgrounds is limited to no more than 14 days during any 60 consecutive day period. Camp, on bare, or compacted soil when possible, to avoid damaging or killing plants and grass. Keep activity on durable ground to prevent site expansion. Avoid creating new 'roads' to access your campsite. Campfires are generally allowed when you are dispersed camping UNLESS there are fire restrictions in effect due to high fire danger conditions. It is YOUR responsibility to know if fire restrictions are in effect before you go camping. NEVER LEAVE A FIRE UNATTENDED. If you don't bring your own firewood, collect only dead and downed wood that is on the ground, wrist size or smaller. Branches on live trees should be left in tact. If a popular camping area does not have dead and downed wood, bring your own firewood and use a camp stove. Burn the wood completely to ash. To dispose of feces, dig a hole 6 to 8 inches deep, at least 100 feet from any water source, campsites or trails. When you're done, fill the hole with the dirt you dug up and place your toilet paper in a sealed self-sealing type baggie for disposal in a proper waste container. Empty built-in or portable toilets at sanitary dump stations. Take all rubbish with you and leave no trace.

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Lat: 44.402387 Lng: -123.996489

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Found this spot in the Suislaw National Forest. No facilities, but you can use some in Waldport. Leave no trace.


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