When I saw a video of a Timberlake campground in Oregon with a forest fire scene, I was intrigued.
It was a perfect example of a timber campground that had a unique look.
The Timberlake site in Oregon, on the eastern shore of the Columbia River, was named after a timber tree and is considered one of the most beautiful sites in the state.
The campsite, named for a famous forest fire of 1862, has a stunning forested interior and the unique structure is called a Timber Lake.
The campground is part of a massive national forest, the Columbia Gorge National Recreation Area, that encompasses most of the state of Washington.
I wanted to learn more about the campground’s history, so I visited the site and visited with a local photographer to learn about the woodlands and the forest fire that occurred in 1862.
The photographer and I took a few photos along with a few of my friends and we all ended up having a wonderful time photographing the campfire, which was a fantastic way to capture a moment in time.
The campground was set up in early September and by the time I arrived in mid-October, the campfires had already started.
The trees were still lit and there was a lot of activity in the campgrounds early autumn, but there was no smoke.
In fact, the smoke was actually much milder than the smoke of the fire that burned in 1862, when a massive forest fire swept through the Columbia National Forest.
I also found that the camp grounds were still relatively cool and dry.
There was no wind, which made it easy to stay in and out of the camp site.
The area that is part the Columbia and Oregon borders has a population of about 2,200, and the timber industry is the mainstay of the area.
The timber industry produces more than 30 million board feet (bfd) of lumber annually, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
In 2017, timber prices in the Columbia area were $4.75 per bfd.
I was also impressed with the beauty of the timber that the campsites were made of, especially the wooden structures.
It had a natural, organic look to it and the campsite was in an area where there were a lot more birds and insects.
The Timberlake Campsite, located on the Columbia-Oregon border in Washington state, has the perfect look to match the beautiful surroundings of the woods.
The campsite also had a very unique feature, which is that there are no trees to protect the wood.
The logs are covered in brush that is actually made from dead wood.
In contrast, the trees on the Timberlake sites are all made of real, live trees that have been cut down to make a campfire structure.
The woods on the sites are not burned and the fires are kept very well managed.
The sites also provide a great place to catch a few laughs during the hot summer months.
The first time I visited Timberlake, I had to wait for a few days before I could walk through the camp, but the camp is still very accessible.
I could easily get to the site by foot or by bike and was able to find the campsITE MAP.
The site also has a signpost that says, “Fire Safety,” and there is a video about fire safety in the woods, which I thought was great because I often find it hard to find a good video on how to prevent fires in the area of a fire.
I found that many of the videos are a little outdated, so it would be nice if the Timber Lake Campgrounds signposts and video were updated and better.
The Campsites are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the Timber Creek Campground is open daily from 8 a.k. to 4 p.r.m.(Courtesy of the Timberland Parks Foundation)