Cold Springs Campground

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Seasons

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Location

Go through Sisters on Highway 20 heading west. On the western edge of town take the McKenzie Highway (242) also heading west. Follow this for 4.1 miles and look for the signs for the campground.

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Habitat and Birds

Ponderosa forest and riparian habitat. The springs attract a variety of birds. Williamson’s and Red-naped Sapsucker abound. White-headed Woodpecker nest in the campground, while Cassin’s Finch, Red Crossbill, Northern Pygmy-Owls, Tree Swallow, Pygmy Nuthatch, Mountain Chickadee and several species of flycatchers can be found nesting in the aspens. In the drier areas above the campground Common Poorwill can be heard calling in the summer months

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