Ophir Creek Campground

Taking a left at the road junction, it is 12 miles to lower Nome Creek, the Ophir Creek Campground and the put-in for floating Beaver Creek National Wild River. At Ophir Creek are 19 campsites nestled in tall white spruce trees on the bank of Nome Creek. From here you can enjoy fishing in Nome Creek or take a short day-hike over to Beaver Creek. Also nearby is the 3-mile loop trail to Table Top Mountain, with awesome views of the higher peaks in the White Mountains.
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