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noe guillen reviewed Jubilee Campground
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WalkingGreat!

Did a one day trip got there at around 1 pm and had enough time to look around and walk around the whole lake along with a swimming break. The trail is well maintained and easy to follow, can easily do it in an hour. Beautiful spot definitely recommend!!

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Cynthia Townsend reviewed Jubilee Campground
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Walking

Great easy trail for walking or running. Quite a few spots for camping.

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Holistic David reviewed Jubilee Campground
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Walking

3 miles of easy flat well maintained trail. lake is beautiful and there is good fishing. campsite are paid on the lake.

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Johnell Holmboe reviewed Jubilee Campground
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HikingGreat!

So beautiful! Great walking path & my double BOB stroller fit just fine! We stopped and swam water was perfect!

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Manuel Verduzco reviewed Jubilee Campground
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HikingMuddy

7/5/20-We packed up the family and headed from Walla Walla to Jubilee Lake for the day. It took us a little over an hour to get there but the drive up hwy 204 is beautiful and always a pleasure. I could do without the last 9 miles of road to get to the lake however. It's an unpaved washboard which became a babe to my very existence long before its terminus.. After arriving and paying the 3$ day use fee, we easily found a parking spot. Being a Sunday near to 11am I would say more than half of the 50 campsites were vacant. We set up very near the water and unleashed the children on the unsuspecting lake. After washing the road dust from my mouth with copious amounts of water, it was time to find the restrooms. I found out in short order that all of the flush toilets are out of order due to a water pressure issue. My daughter and I hoofed it back to the pit toilets near the entrance. After returning to our little camp my 6 y/o and I set off to conquer the Lake Trail. The trail was fairly easy, although wet in some areas. Not much elevation change whatsoever. We actually jogged a good little portion of the trail because we had dallied too much during the first part of the hike. It was hard to not find ourselves staying in one section too long. We saw an eagle circling the lake looking for a meal. We were gifted with great vistas of the lake and surrounding mountains. It seemed that every time there was a break in the timber we were provided another great beauty to behold, and a new separate world, altogether. By the time we reached the furthest side of the lake it was very peaceful and serene. We only ran into 3 groups walking the trail. It took us nearly 2 hours to complete the loop. But for our dalliance, we could have completed the trip in under 1 hr. We arrived back at camp to find my youngest, and my wife, both near to done with our campsite as we had been invaded by the nearby campers. Who seemingly knew nothing of etiquette. We were not long in deciding to pack up and leave. In looking back at the pictures I'm filled with hope of many returns during these summer months. Perhaps an overnight car camping trip. It's far too close, and far too beautiful to not come back.

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Shawn Doering reviewed Jubilee Campground
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HikingFee

7/3/2020 - Fun easy hike with lots of shade. Beautiful views of the lake and only busy near the parking area and boat launch.

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Nicholas Begick reviewed Wenaha River Trail
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Hiking

I hiked about 2.5 miles of the trail starting from the "end" at the Timothy Springs Campground trailhead. This portion is pretty easy-going with a few small rivers to cross. It takes you through a beautiful coniferous forest with a lot of wildflowers. Apparently it's pretty heavily used by wildlife, based on the abundance of elk and deer tracks, and lots of carnivore scat along the trail. Unfortunately, I never spotted anything except for birds.

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Pawadee Keratichewanun reviewed Jubilee Campground
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Been there today, very beautiful. NF-250 is closed but you can park close by and hike in.

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Steve Marton reviewed Panjab Loop
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HikingWashed out

Went today. Did not make it to the trailhead. The road is closed due to a washout about an hour in on the gravel access road. Check before you make the trek. We hiked the horseback trail at Godman Campsite instead. One star does not reflect on the hike itself, but as a warning on the access road condition.

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Stephanie Bell reviewed Jubilee Campground
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tried to go out there and hike today but the roads closed because of the flooding. I wish this app would have said it.

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Brent Lane reviewed Wenaha River Trail
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HikingBlowdownBridge outBugsMuddyNo shadeOver grownRockyWashed out

Not a trail for the timid. We hiked to Crooked Creek which is actually 7 miles in, not 6 like the sign states. Lots of fallen logs, washouts, overgrown and/or muddy sections. Be prepared for ticks, mosquitoes and lots of rattlesnakes. We encountered 6 the first day, so it's a good idea to wear ankle high boots and jeans for protection on this trail. There are long sections without shade and the trail is often high up, away from the river. Cold water is plentiful though, so is the wildlife. We saw Bighorn sheep, Elk and a huge brown bear strolling down the trail. Fishing is outstanding! There is no service on this trail and camping around crooked creek is limited. If you seek isolation and a taste of true wilderness, this is the trail for you.

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Idaho Spudboy reviewed Wenaha River Trail
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Hiking

Closer to 6.8ish miles to camping on crooked. One big campsite at crooked (room to share if needed), another campsite up crooked .2 miles upstream from that, and half mile up from that. Plenty of wood. Some tent sites along the way on wenaha if you didn’t make it to crooked. The Day hike from crooked camp up to ridge on game trail is worth the 1200’ climb. Couldn’t coax fish to bite in crooked since it was blown out. Crooked crossing would be challenging, but doable. Just upstream from camp seemed like a shallow (fast) spot. Had kids with us so didn’t attempt. About 5 muddy spots and 3 or 4 downed logs to go over/around. Ticks abound so sock tuck pants. Didn’t see rattlers but group a day before us saw several. Great hike when higher hikes are snowed in.

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HikingBlowdownMuddy

Easy trail to walk, but lots of mud and a few water crossings. Also some downed trees blocking the trail. We went 3.3 miles and had a couple of clearings with views.

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Josh Stedman reviewed Cross Canyon Trail
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Backpacking

Highlighted trail on map is not accurate. Trail is very difficult and steep, both ways. Fire from 2015 removed most of the Ponderosa pine that provided shade. Hot and steep.

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Katie Russ reviewed Panjab Loop
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Hiking

I did the 16 mile loop from Panjab to mystery mountain trail to big turkey trial and back to Panjab. I added in some of the offshoots to make it a 2 night 2 and a half day trip. Note for backpackers, once you leave the Forrested section there is only 1 reliable spring right at the junction to go up to the Oregon Butte Fire lookout tower (Which was very cool). It is marked by a tiny aluminum placard. I saw a beautiful bull elk- a highlight! many groups out on labor day weekend, helpful forrest service ranger at the lookout. Careful of poison oak! Parking is $5 per day.

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David Wise reviewed Jubilee Campground
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Hiking

Nice, dog friendly trail. Lots of spots along the trail to stop a swim. Pretty crowded on the weekends.

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Cortland Hilla reviewed Jubilee Campground
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Hiking

This was an absolutely gorgeous trail! For someone like me who is prepping for a pretty serious knee surgery, this trail was easy to manage and very doable! The bugs were at a minimum and it was plenty shaded. I am planning on coming back to camp and fish on my last weekend before surgery! I would absolutely recommend

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Asche James reviewed Jubilee Campground
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Hiking

Hiked there a few days ago and very few people. Only a handful of the 50 campsites were occupied and only ran into one other group on our hike around the trail. Amazingly, no bugs!!! Our dogs had a great time swimming in the late and no leash restrictions once we were out of the campground. This was mid week, late June. Also, the road up from Tollgate has recently been graded. Very little wash boarding, at least until the next heavy rain storm.

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Aimee Taylor reviewed Wenaha River Trail
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BackpackingOver grown

Backpacked to the crooked creek confluence at the end of May, 2019. Some logs covering the trail, recent rain also made it muddy. Still great and very beautiful. FYI the bridge to cross crooked creek burned down so you have to wade across. Flows were high but it was easily crossable with a hand from a friend.

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Cache MACS reviewed Jubilee Campground
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Hiking

I was scanning the map of areas I have been in and noticed this Gem. My wife and I camped near here years ago and this little Lake trail is one we always talk about. We enjoyed every minute of this lake trail. It is so crystal clear, we could see trout from the edges and loved the surrounding forest. It is one we want to come back too. Great Spot!

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Jenn Kurz reviewed Panjab Loop
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My boyfriend and I did this last June. We started at Panjab and went counterclockwise. The terrain is beautiful and variable. It goes from lush forest, to mountain top, to meadow, to rocky creek. The whole thing took us about 8 hours, with breaks for lunch and snacks. The views from the fire lookout atop the butte are gorgeous!

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Cheri Lee reviewed Panjab Loop
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Hiking

Started at panjab trailhead with 2593 in elevation gain first 4.5 miles then opened up to beautiful meadow. Tons of butterflies at low level and a gorgeous hike. Took 7 hours constantly moving.

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