Located near the headwaters of Frazier Creek, this campground offers a calm setting among tall grasses and large ponderosa pine trees. There are ten campsites within this facility and each offers a picnic table, fire pit/grill and variously sized parking spurs. Most recreational vehicles or cars with trailers should not have trouble parking in the campsites here. RV Camping Campsites in this facility range in size, but most of them are rather big. Parking spurs are also mostly larger in size so there will likely be room for your recreational vehicle or trailer. Though the spaces can accommodate larger vehicles, no hook-ups are offered here, so visitors need to be self-contained. Pavement Type of Parking Gravel, not paved Hookup - Sewer No Hookups - Electric No Dump Stations No No. of Sites 10 Hookup - Water No Nearby Forest Service Road 58 provides access to the Sunflower area and the South Fork of the John Day River. Frazier is a popular campground during the fall hunting season. Restrictions: Size & number of trailer sites limited (no dump station). There is a 14 day stay limit on all National Grassland and US Forest Service land including but not limited to campgrounds and other developed facilities.