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Farewell Bend State Park
Farewell Bend State Park Lets eat © Richard Adams
tables at every camp site
Farewell Bend State Park Separation hedges © Richard Adams
There are separation hedges everywhere
Farewell Bend State Park Show time © Richard Adams
Outdoor screen and stage, ample seating
Farewell Bend State Park © Richard Adams
Farewell Bend State Park Trail/pathways © Richard Adams
One of many walking paths
Farewell Bend State Park Fun for everyone © Richard Adams
Volleyball court
Farewell Bend State Park Boating/Fishing © Richard Adams
Boat ramp
Farewell Bend State Park Shower time © Richard Adams
Clean bathrooms, with showers.
Farewell Bend State Park Weekend camping © Richard Adams
Jayco Camper and 3500 Chevy Silverado
Farewell Bend State Park Easy in and easy out © Richard Adams
Pull through parking spot
Farewell Bend State Park Wagons Ho © Richard Adams
One of the old Wagons at the Parks entrance
Farewell Bend State Park Time for a view break © Richard Adams
Viewing bench
Farewell Bend State Park Welcome © Richard Adams
Entrance to Farewell Bend State Park
Farewell Bend State Park Day use boat trailer parking © Richard Adams
Boat trailer parking
Farewell Bend State Park © Richard Adams
Farewell Bend State Park Check in © Richard Adams
Ranger check in station
Farewell Bend State Park © Richard Adams
Bikers and hickers camp sites
Farewell Bend State Park The price is right © Richard Adams
Pay station, when there are no available staff.
Farewell Bend State Park © Richard Adams
Informative signs
Farewell Bend State Park Low levels © Richard Adams
View of the Idaho side of Brownlie Reservoir.
Farewell Bend State Park Great job God © Richard Adams
One of the many great scenic views
FAREWELL BEND STATE PARK
FAREWELL BEND STATE PARK

Reservations: 541-869-2365
Historic Farewell Bend State Recreation Area, located on the Oregon/Idaho border north of Ontario, offers a beautiful desert experience on the banks of the Snake River?s Brownlee Reservoir. Pioneers on the Oregon Trail took a final rest here before leaving the Snake River to travel wearily inland on their way to Oregon City. Historic markers and interpretive displays provide visitors with information on Farewell Bend's significance on the Oregon Trail. The RV and tent campgrounds make excellent basecamps as you explore the region. Oregon Trail wagon ruts are visible just up the road. The National Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is less than an hour away in Baker City.

If history isn't your game, come for the sports! Brownlee Reservoir offers fishing, water skiing, swimming and boating. There are horseshoe pits, basketball hoops and a sand volleyball court for you land lovers. Best of all, while resting from the day's activities, you can enjoy the scenery and amenities. Picnic on the cool grass, spend the night in an authentic covered wagon or Native American tepee, roast marshmallows over your campfire or attend an evening interpretive program at the amphitheater. Whatever you like to do, Farewell Bend is the place to do it.
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Location
Farewell Bend State Park is located near Ontario
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Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
December 3 Breathtaking Sunrise... by Michael
My girlfriend and I drove cross country our first campsite was farewell bend state park.It was clean comfy and we got our campfire going just fine.Beautiful surroundings this is a place i`ll always remember...
December 3 If you love Eastern Oregon . . . by Djarum Fry
If you love Eastern oregon, this is relaxing and beautiful -- but watch out for mosquitoes in summer, and bring bug spray before you leave the last nearby decent-size town!
September 2 Great first-time camping experience by KJ from Vancouver, WA
Clean cabin, well maintained park. High winds two of the three nights I visited. Campfires may not be possible if this is normal weather. Would definitely visit again.
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