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Casey Creek Camp

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Old growth Douglas-firs below Casey Creek Camp (bobcat)


Casey Creek Camp is located at the junction of the Herman Creek Trail #406 and the Casey Creek Way Trail #476. It's about 4 miles from the Herman Creek Trailhead. From here the Casey Creek Way Trail heads nearly straight up Nick Eaton Ridge. Water is available nearby, where Casey Creek crosses the Herman Creek Trail.

A small side trail heads steeply downhill from here to the forks of Herman Creek, where the east and west forks combine. Old maps show this spur as the West Fork Herman Creek Trail #407.


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