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Camas Trail is 3.1 miles long and located in the in the northeast portion of the national forest, near its border with the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.

Camas Trail follows Camas and Clear Creeks from Camas Prairie to White River and Keeps Mill Campground. It offers views of the White River Canyon and Mt. Hood. This trail is especially beautiful in the spring and fall. Off-road parking is available at the trailhead.

Directions: From Sandy, Take Hwy. 26 east to Hwy. 216. Go east on Hwy. 216 for 3.5 miles to Rd. 2120. Turn left (north) and follow paved Rd. 2120 one mile to the junction with Rd. 240. Turn left (west) on Rd. 240 (pavement ends shortly) for 1.2 mi. to the trailhead at Camas Prairie (there is a corral just west of the trailhead).

Distance: 3.1 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Moderate

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Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon

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