Among the outdoor recreation offerings of Baker County, camping is at the top of the list for many visitors. Baker’s prime forest area—The Wallowa-Whitman National Forest—covers more than two million acres and has 60 campgrounds. And with more than 1,700 miles of trails, it’s ideal for outdoor enthusiasts who like to get out and move.
Our national forest includes fabulous areas of unique and impressive views, such as the Hells Canyon and Eagle Cap Wilderness areas, rare wildflowers, and peaceful alpine meadows. Let the cares of today’s hustle-and-bustle life melt away as you set up a hammock and kick back to watch the sun set. You’ll be glad you came, guaranteed.
For detailed information about Baker County campgrounds, including location, elevation, facilities, and service level, click on any of the links below:
Wallowa-Whitman National Forest
Maps and Brochures
Current Forest Conditions
Campgrounds by Name
Baker County Campgrounds
Additional Campground Information
Campgrounds near Baker City
Campgrounds near La Grande
Campgrounds near Enterprise
Campgrounds near Halfway and Richland
Campgrounds near Council, Riggins, and White Bird, Idaho
Campgrounds near Unity