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Succor Creek State Natural Area

  COVID-19 Alert 06/05/20
Day-use area, camping and vault toilet are open. Bring your own water, food and hand sanitizer. Do not travel far to visit. Facilities may close without notice.
Check our Park Status Map for a list of open parks and our FAQ page for details on this decision.

Major Features & Activities

  • Blue Indicates that some, but not all, facilities are accessible.
Major Features & Activities:
  • Camping
  • Hiking Trails
  • Picnicking
  • Vault Toilets
  • Viewpoint (ADA)
  • Wildlife (ADA)

COVID-19 Update

Park is open with reduced services.

  • Restroom is open.
  • Campground is open.
  • South end of day-use area is CLOSED.
  • Reduced garbage service. Please, pack out trash.
  • Do not travel far to visit. Turn around if crowded.
  • Facilities may close without notice.


December 2019

Public Notice: Federal Emergency Management Agency
Draft Environmental Assessment Succor Creek – Post Soda Fire Stabilization and Rehabilitation Project 


Succor Creek State Natural Area lies in a deep, rocky canyon and is a remote haven for rock hounds and wildlife watchers. Limited souvenir collecting by rock hounds is permitted in the park.  A rough 15 mile dirt road leads from Oregon 201 to the park, which has  primitive camping and day-use areas along both side of the creek.   No water is available.

The Succor Creek Bridge is open to vehicles for access to the campsites on the east side of the creek (right/south of the bridge).  The road to the left/north of the bridge is not safe for vehicular travel.

There are no pay phones or cell phone services at the Park.  Staff and Staff Volunteers are not stationed at this site.  This is a remote recreational experience, please prepare accordingly.

Campground (first-come, first-served)

  • Four primitive sites on the west side of the creek
  • 14 primitive campsites on the east side of the creek
  • Vault toilet
  • No water available