Jumping in the car and driving to Camp Yamhill is super exciting and often challenging. The route is full of speed traps, wild animals, log trucks, and gravel roads, but, in the end, the results are totally worth it! Here are a couple of options for getting yourself to camp:
Use Google Maps!
Or if you are old school, use these written directions!
Route 1 from Yamhill, OR:
From Yamhill, go west on Moores Valley Rd for 1.5 miles. Turn right on Oak Ridge Rd. In three miles this road will “Y’ into 2 gravel roads. Stay to the right on Oak Ridge Rd and follow it for another three miles. Turn left when Oak Ridge Rd dead ends and Camp will be on your left in 300 yards. Note: Follow this way if you want to come into the Yamhill University, RV, mill pond, rock wall side of Camp.
Route 2 from Yamhill, OR:
From Yamhill, to turn west on Pike Rd (at the north end of town) and go 4.5 miles. Turn left on Rockyford Rd and immediately after crossing the river bridge turn right and go 3.8 miles. Camp will be on your left. This way is easier for busses and RV’s