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Bully Creek Reservoir, Vale, Oregon, June 26, 2013 by thomasrboyd

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Bully Creek Reservoir, Vale, Oregon, June 26, 2013.

This park is operated and maintained by Malheur County since 1966, and it consists of 40 campsites all with electrical hookups, two with A.D.A. accessibility, three restrooms with showers, two covered shelters. A day use area with two covered shelters and restrooms. A concrete two-lane boat ramp with a dock, a caretaker who lives on the site. The camp and day use areas have about 14 acres of lawn and trees. The camping fees are $10.00 per sleeping unity per night for all campsites. The park operated from April 1st through November 15th (weather permitting). Bully Creek Park office is located at 2475 Bully Creek Rd. Vale, Oregon. Call (541)473-2969 for reservations.

This park is operated and maintained by Malheur County since 1966, and it consists of 40 campsites all with electrical hookups, two with A.D.A. accessibility, three restrooms with showers, two covered shelters. A day use area with two covered shelters and restrooms. A concrete two-lane boat ramp with a dock, a caretaker who lives on the site. The camp and day use areas have about 14 acres of lawn and trees. The camping fees are $10.00 per sleeping unity per night for all campsites. The park operated from April 1st through November 15th (weather permitting). Bully Creek Park office is located at 2475 Bully Creek Rd. Vale, Oregon. Call (541)473-2969 for reservations.

: Eastern Oregon is generally high desert broken by several mountain ranges. Annual precipitation accumulates to less than 10 inches except for in the mountain ranges which receive higher amounts of winter snow and summer rain. Eastern Oregon experiences much greater temperature extremes than Western Oregon. Summer temperatures often reach 90 degrees F at the lower elevations and winter temperatures commonly drop well below freezing.


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