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Running through the Fremont-Winema National Forests, the Chewaucan River is a scenic natural area in Lake County, Oregon. A part of the Great Basin drainage, the river measures up to 32 miles and provides a natural habitat for numerous wildlife, including the indigenous redband trout.

Chewaucan River?s water source is the Elder and Dairy Creeks, which are both fed by the Gearhart Mountain drainage. It, in turn, feeds water to various other crossings and branches along the way.

The Cheawaucan River is also a popular site to those who are looking to get in touch with Mother Nature. There are a good number of campgrounds on the banks of the river, with the Chewaucan Crossing being the most popular of all.
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