Dixie Campground

Malheur National Forest

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NF-848 Prairie City, OR 97869 541-575-3000 Official Website

GPS: 44.5388, -118.5915

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Overview of Dixie Campground

Number of Sites 14

Open Seasonally Yes

Elevation 5,183 ft / 1,579 m

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6 reviews
“Peaceful, no frills campground”

Reviewed 7/20/2017

Nightly rate: $8
Days stayed: 2
Overall Rating

Pulled in on a Tuesday evening and stayed two nights. No frills campground included a fire ring and table at each site. There was a pit toilet available but no water. The place was very quiet with only two other campers in the entire park. Nice dirt road to let dog off leash outside of campground with no traffic.

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Verizon 4G

CamperVanJan would stay here again

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