Ferry Springs Canyon
Blue Sands Canyon
Mud Springs Canyon
Harris Homestead (At mile 10.9 is the Harris Homestead. There is a dilapidated farm house and dilapidated farm buildings.
This area is currently being used for farming. The farmers used to live here, but now they live in The Dalles and drive here when needed. There are several farm fields and a building with some farm equipment like some irrigation and fencing stuff. On a typical day, a pickup or two will drive from the trailhead to here, do some work, and then drive back.
Horses are allowed only to here. Beyond, only hikers and bikers are allowed.)
Fall Canyon Camp (At mile 10.1 is Fall Canyon Camp. There is a road leading down to a toilet and several camping spots.)
First Railroad Car (At mile 5.6 is an old railroad car. This would offer some protection if the weather was bad. The doors and windows are open (gone) and some of the wood is rotten.
Colorado Camp (At mile 3.3 is Colorado Camp. There's a road going down to a toilet and a nice camping area.
The area for camping is less scenic than the campsites further along.)
Gordon Ridge Camp (At mile 5.3 is Gordon Ridge Camp. There's a road going down to a toilet and a nice camping area.
This name may be in error. From the BLM map, this is the closest campsite, but it's off a bit and it doesn't show a toilet.
The area for tents is much larger than Colorado Camp with better views of the river.)
Free Bridge (At mile 6.6 is Free Bridge, the remains of an old bridge across the Deschutes River. There is one footing on the east side, and another footing knocked over in the river.
It was called "Free Bridge" because there was no toll to cross. When it was destroyed, it was initially reported to be knocked down by a wind storm, but later they found evidence of sabotage (conspiracy theory?).
You have to walk down from the main trail to see the site up close. There is a large flat area where you could camp.)
Bedsprings Camp (At mile 7.8 is Bedsprings Camp. There is a road leading down to a toilet and several camping spots.
Just before the road down to the camp is another railroad car that could possibly provide shelter in a storm, and the remains of a trestle.)