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CAMPGROUND NAME: Bogus Creek

VISIT DATE: 08/25/2005

UPDATE DATE:  3/8/2012

STATE: Oregon

REGION: Pacific Northwest

RANGER DISTRICT: North Umpqua

NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Idleyld Park

RESERVATIONS: No

DIRECTIONS:
From Idleyld Park, OR, take State Rt. 138 east 13.5 miles to
campground on left.

GENERAL COMMENTS:
The elevation is 1,100 ft.

The campground has two unnamed loops in a stand of fir and some
deciduous trees.  Adjacent to State Rt. 138, traffic noise is
noticeable.  Mature trees provide ample shade but with little
understory or middlestory, the campground has an open feel and
minimal privacy.  The Wild and Scenic North Umpqua River is
across Rt. 138 and features challenging whitewater
opportunities and world famous Steelhead trout springtime runs.  
Enjoy the beautiful garden and a meal at nearby Steamboat
Inn on Rt. 138.  Gas, limited groceries, and some RV supplies are
available at the Day Creek Store, 13 miles east of campground.

SEASONS
Open Seasonal: Yes
Open All Year: No

Seasonal Comment:
Open May 20 through October 31

RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED
Rate: $15 per day
Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14

CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION
No. RV Sites: 0
No. Tent Sites: 0
No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 15
   
   Total Sites: 15

Tent Pads: No
Open Sites: No
Wooded Sites: Yes

No. Tables on Sites: 15
No. Grilles on Sites: 15
Equestrian Camping:  No

RV INFORMATION
Hookups: None
No. RV Pull Throughs: 1
Waste Station: No
Average Parking Apron Size: 10' X 39'

Comments:
The parking aprons are paved.  The interior road is tight.  Grey
water disposal sites are scattered throughout campground.  An RV
waste station is available for a fee at the Elk Haven RV Park
(private) 15 miles west of campground.

FACILITIES
Vaults: No
Flush Toilets: Yes
Hot Showers: No
Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes

Public Phone: No
Playground: No
No. Water Spigots (non-site): 3
  No. Threaded: 0

WATER SPORTS
Lake: No
Swimming (provided): No
Sailing: No
Boat Ramp: No
Boat Carry Down Access: No
Power Boating: No
Boating (no power): Yes
Water Skiing: No
Rafting (whitewater): Yes
Kayaking (whitewater): Yes

Comments:
North Umpqua River is a whitewater river.  A raft launch site is
across State Rt. 138 from campground.

HIKING
Short connector to River View Trail (multi-use) - 6.5 miles

FISHING   
Trout and salmon - subject to varying fishing regulations.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Boulder Flat VISIT DATE: 08/26/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/8/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: North Umpqua NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Idleyld Park RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Idleyld Park, OR, take State Rt. 138 east 30.9 miles to campground sign. Turn left at sign into campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 1,700 ft. The campground, adjacent to Boulder Creek Wilderness, stretches along the southern bank of North Umpqua River. Every campsite has a view of the river and most are next to the river's fast flowing water. A whitewater launch area is located at the campground's east end. Lichen-draped cedar, Douglas fir and deciduous trees provide ample shade. A thick understory of fern and thimble berries give campground a lush semitropical feel. The river competes with road noise as the dominate sound. It also features challenging whitewater runs and world famous Steelhead trout springtime runs. Gas, limited groceries and some RV supplies are available at Dry Creek Store, 4.8 miles west of campground. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: Yes Seasonal Comment: Services provided only from May 1 through October 31. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 10 Total Sites: 10 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: No Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 10 No. Grilles on Sites: 10 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 45' Comments: The parking aprons are either gravel or paved. Grey water disposal sites are scattered around campground. An RV waste station is available, for a fee, east at Diamond Lake campground (Forest Service) or west at Elk Haven RV Park (private). FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 0 Comments: Potable water available at Horseshoe Bend campground (Forest Service) WATER SPORTS Lake: No Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): Yes Kayaking (whitewater): Yes Comments: North Umpqua River has 33.8 miles of Class I through Class IV whitewater. HIKING - No FISHING Trout and salmon - subject to varying fishing regulations.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Broken Arrow VISIT DATE: 08/29/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: Diamond Lake NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Chemult RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Chemult, OR, take US Rt. 97 south 9 miles to State Rt. 138. Turn right onto Rt. 138 and go 17.7 miles to West State Rt. 230 sign. Turn left onto Rt. 230 and go 0.1 miles to Diamond Lake Recreation Area sign. Turn right at sign onto Forest Rt. 6592 and go 0.6 miles to campground sign. Turn left and go 0.5 miles to another campground sign. Turn left and go 0.1 miles to campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 5,200 ft. The North entrance to Crater Lake National Park is 6 miles from campground. The campground, located at the south end of Diamond Lake and one of three campgrounds in the Diamond Lake Recreation Area, is in a stand of Lodgepole pine. It has eleven loops (A, C, D, E, F, G, I, J, K, M and N) and two spurs - B and H. Campsites in Loops J, K, M and N are reserveable group loops and not included in this survey. Because the campground is not on the water, it tends to be less crowded. The wagon wheel shaped loops and the abundance of double campsites give this campground a family-friendly feel. Loop A has the best privacy between campsites while Loop F has the least. The remaining loops have good privacy. The nearby Diamond Lake Resort offers a wide range of features including limited groceries, gas, boat and bike rentals and meals giving the cook a night out. Two possible day trips are: Crater Lake National Park and Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway with its many waterfalls. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 15 through September 15 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day - single $20 per day - double Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 118 Total Sites: 118 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 118 No. Grilles on Sites: 118 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 10 Waste Station: Yes Potable Water at Waste Station: Yes Average Parking Apron Size: See RV comment Comments: The parking aprons are paved. Grey water disposal sites are scattered throughout campground. The campground accommodates any size RV. FACILITIES Vaults: No Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: Yes Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 36 No. Threaded: 1 Comments: Showers are wheelchair friendly and a donation is requested. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: Yes Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: No Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Diamond Lake is 3,000 acres. Boat ramp is at Diamond Lake campground. HIKING Dellenback Bike Path #1460 (foot and bike - paved) - 11.5 miles (runs through campground) There are additional trails in the recreation area. FISHING Rainbow trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Diamond Lake VISIT DATE: 08/29/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: Diamond Lake NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Chemult RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: From Chemult, OR, take US Rt. 97 south 9 miles to State Rt. 138. Turn right onto Rt. 138 and go 21.9 miles to campground sign. Turn right into campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 5,200 ft. The North entrance to Crater Lake National Park is 9 miles south from campground. The campground, on the east side of Diamond Lake and one of three in the Diamond Lake Recreation Area, is a series of eleven interconnected spurs (A,B,C,D,E,F, G, H, K, L, and M) stretching 2.3 miles along the shoreline. The south side of campground has lots of Lodgepole pine while the north side has an old forest of fir and spruce along with aspen and some Lodgepole pine trees. Both sides have wildflower-dotted meadows and many campsites have a view of the lake and Mt. Bailey. Also, many sites are along the shore of the lake where boats can be moored nearby. Interpretive programs are offered at Diamond Lake's amphitheater during the summer. The nearby Diamond Lake Resort offers a wide range of features including limited groceries, gas, boat and bike rentals and meals giving the cook a night out. Two possible day trips are: Crater Lake National Park and Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway with its many waterfalls. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open June 9 through October 31 - weather dependent RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $16 per day - single $21 per day - double Lakeshore sites are an additional $6 Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 238 Total Sites: 238 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 238 No. Grilles on Sites: 238 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 10 Waste Station: Yes Potable Water at Waste Station: Yes Average Parking Apron Size: See RV Comments Comments: The parking aprons are paved. Grey water disposal sites are scattered around campground. The campground can accommodate any size RV. FACILITIES Vaults: No Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: Yes Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 36 No. Threaded: 1 Comments: Showers are wheelchair friendly and a donation is requested. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: Yes Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Diamond Lake is 3,000 acres. Boat ramp has a courtesy dock. Power boats restricted to 45mph. HIKING Dellenback Bike Path #1460 (foot and bike - paved) - 11.5 miles (runs through campground) There are additional trails in the recreation area. FISHING Rainbow trout - fish cleaning station available

CAMPGROUND NAME: Eagle Rock VISIT DATE: 08/26/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/8/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: North Umpqua NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Idleyld Park RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Idleyld Park, OR, take State Rt. 138 east 29.1 1 miles to campground sign. Turn left into campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 1,600 ft. The campground, adjacent to Boulder Creek Wilderness, has two unnamed sections stretching beside the North Umpqua River. The east section is more open with most of the campsites along the river's edge. Moss is the primary ground cover and mature Douglas fir and cedar provide good shade. The western section has a semitropical feel with lichen-draped trees and thick patches of fern. Few sites in this section are on the water's edge. The river's sounds compete with traffic noise from State Rt. 138 and thick middlestory provide good privacy between campsites. The river also features challenging whitewater runs and world famous Steelhead trout springtime runs. Gas, limited groceries and some RV supplies are available at Dry Creek Store, 3 miles west of campground. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 20 through September 30. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 1 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 25 Total Sites: 26 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 26 No. Grilles on Sites: 26 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 2 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 44' Comments: The parking aprons are paved; those in the western section are longer. Grey water disposal sites are scattered around campground. An RV waste station is available, for a fee, east at Diamond Lake campground (Forest Service) or West Elk Haven RV Park (private). FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 0 No. Threaded: 0 Comments: Potable water is available at Horseshoe Bend campground. WATER SPORTS Lake: No Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): Yes Kayaking (whitewater): Yes Comments: North Umpqua River has 33.8 miles of Class I through Class IV whitewater. HIKING - No FISHING Trout and salmon - subject to varying fishing regulations.

CAMPGROUND NAME: East Lemolo VISIT DATE: 08/02/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: Diamond Lake NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Chemult RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Chemult, OR, take US Rt. 97 south 9 miles to State Rt. 138. Turn right onto Rt. 138 and go 27.7 miles to Lemolo Lake Recreation Area sign. Turn right onto Forest Rt. 2610/Birds Point Rd. and go 3 miles to campground sign. Turn right after sign onto Forest Rt. 2614 and go 2.2 miles to a tent road symbol (campground name on small sign below symbol). Turn left into campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 4,100 ft. The North entrance to Crater Lake National Park is 21 miles south of campground. The campground, one of five in the Lemolo Lake Recreation Area, is on the shores of Lemolo Lake's North Umpqua River Channel in a stand of Lodgepole pine. It is a single loop with a spur leading to the boat ramp. Every campsite has a view of the lake with a few at the water's edge. Lemolo Lake has a four-finger glove shape. While the "palm" offers good water skiing, the fingers are best suited for exploration by canoe. The campsites are close together with a grass understory making privacy between sites poor. The nearby Lemolo Lake Resort offers showers (for a fee), limited groceries, gas, boat rentals, and meals. Possible day trips are: Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway and one of six waterfalls and Crater Lake National Park. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open June 15 through October 31 - weather dependent RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 14 Total Sites: 14 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 14 No. Grilles on Sites: 14 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 2 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 43' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel. RV waste stations are available, for a fee, at Lemolo Lake Resort and Diamond Lake campground (Forest Service). FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 0 Comments: Drinking water available at Poole Creek campground. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): Yes Sailing: No Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: Yes Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Lemolo Lake is 420 acres. Power boats are limited to 10mph and 5mph in the channels where there is good canoeing. The beach is large and sandy. HIKING Lemolo Lake Trail #1476 (foot) - 1.5 miles FISHING Kokanee salmon, Brown and Rainbow trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Hemlock Lake VISIT DATE: 08/24/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/8/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: North Umpqua NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Glide RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: In Glide, OR, at intersection of State Rt. 138 and LIttle River Rd. (County Rt. 17), take Little River Rd. south 1.1 miles to a "Y" intersection. Bear left, staying on Little River Rd. (which becomes Forest Rt. 27), and go 26 miles to Hemlock Lake sign. Turn right, staying on Rt. 27, and go 2.5 miles to a "Y" intersection. Bear right, again continuing on Rt. 27, and go 0.6 miles to another intersection. Turn right and go 0.7 miles to campground. NOTE: The last 9.1 miles are on a single lane, gravel road. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 4,400 ft. The campground stretches along a hilltop beside Hemlock Lake. However, the lake is hidden from view by the lush forest. Although called Hemlock Lake, various fir trees surround the lake and provide ample shade to the campsites. Widely spaced and screened by a thick middlestory (dominated by maple trees), sites have good privacy. Hemlock Lake is man-made and holds water all season making it a good canoeing place. Possible day trips are Yakso Falls, Hemlock Falls and Clover Falls. Gas and limited groceries are available at Peel Store, 28 miles west of campground on County Rt. 17. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: Yes Seasonal Comment: Services provided June 1 through October 31. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 13 Total Sites: 13 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 13 No. Grilles on Sites: 13 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 1 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 15' X 45' Comments: The parking aprons are dirt and gravel. Grey water disposal sites are available in campground. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 0 WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: No Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Hemlock Lake is 28 acres. The boat ramp is on the opposite side of lake from campground. HIKING Hemlock Lake Loop #1522A (foot, horse, mountain bike) - 1 mile Yellow Jacket Loop #1522 (foot, horse, mountain bike, dirt bike) - 5.7 miles Hemlock Creek Trail (foot, horse, mountain bike, dirt bike) - 4 miles FISHING Rainbow trout and Sockeye salmon

CAMPGROUND NAME: Horseshoe Bend VISIT DATE: 08/25/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/8/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: North Umpqua NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Idleyld Park RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Idleyld Park, OR, take State Rt. 138 east 25.1 miles to Horseshoe Bend sign. Turn right at sign onto Forest Rt. 4750 and go 0.1 miles to a "Y" intersection. Bear right and go 0.7 miles to campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 1,400 ft. The campground, in a stand of old growth Douglas fir, Sugar pine, and deciduous trees, has three loops (Deer, Otter, and Beaver Flat) on a bench stretching around a bend on the North Umpqua River. Deer Loop is a reserveable group area and is not included in this survey. Beaver Flat is on the tip of the bench. It receives the morning light first and has a more open appearance, providing most campsites along the river's edge a good view. Otter Flat stretches along the bend's west side and receives light late in the day. Campsites in this loop are tucked into a more densely wooded area and are more private. The bathroom facilities in Otter Flat are up a hill and are not wheelchair friendly. The sound of the river can be heard throughout campground. A raft launch site is at the "Y" intersection. The river features challenging whitewater runs and world famous Steelhead trout springtime runs. Gas, limited groceries and some RV supplies are available at Dry Creek Store, 1 mile east of campground. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 20 through September 30. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 26 Total Sites: 26 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 26 No. Grilles on Sites: 26 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 1 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 13' X 47' Comments: The parking aprons are paved. Grey water disposal sites are scattered around the campground. An RV waste station is available for a fee at Diamond Lake campground (Forest Service) to the east 32 miles or Elk Haven RV Park (private) to the west 27 miles. FACILITIES Vaults: No Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 7 No. Threaded: 0 Comments: Only Beaver Flat Loop has wheelchair friendly toilets. WATER SPORTS Lake: No Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): Yes Kayaking (whitewater): Yes Comments: North Umpqua River has 33.8 miles of Class I through Class IV whitewater. HIKING Horseshoe Bend Trail #1533 (foot) - 0.5 miles FISHING Trout and salmon - subject to varying fishing regulations.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Inlet VISIT DATE: 08/28/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: Diamond Lake NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Chemult RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Chemult, OR, take US Rt. 97 south 9 miles to State Rt. 138. Turn right onto Rt. 138 and go 27.7 miles to Lemolo Lake Recreation Area sign. Turn right onto Forest Rt. 2610/Birds Point Rd. and go 3 miles to campground sign. Turn right after sign onto Forest Rt. 2614 and go 2.6 miles to campground on right. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 4,100 ft. The North entrance to Crater Lake National Park is 20 miles south of campground. The campground, one of five in the Lemolo Lake Recreation Area, is a single loop near where North Umpqua River enters Lemolo Lake Reservoir. The campsites receive limited shade from Lodgepole pines and some scattered fir trees. Some sites have an unused appearance with tall grass and weeds all around. The nearby Lemolo Lake Resort offers showers (for a fee), limited groceries, gas, boat rentals, and meals. Possible day trips are: Rogue- Umpqua Scenic Byway and one of six waterfalls and Crater Lake National Park. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open June 15 through October 31 - weather dependent RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 13 Total Sites: 13 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 13 No. Grilles on Sites: 13 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 3 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 11' X 35' Comments: The parking aprons are dirt and gravel. Grey water disposal sites are located throughout campground. RV waste stations are available, for a fee, at Lemolo Lake Resort and Diamond Lake campground (Forest Service). FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 0 WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): Yes Sailing: No Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: No Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Lemolo Lake is 420 acres. Power boats are limited to 10mph in the lake and 5mph in the channels where there is good canoeing. A large sandy swimming beach is at Poole Creek campground, about 4 miles from campground. The boat ramp is at East Lemolo campground. HIKING No hiking at campground, but trails are available within Lemolo Recreation Area. FISHING Kokanee salmon, Brown and Rainbow trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Kelsay Valley Trailhead Horse Camp VISIT DATE: 08/28/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: Diamond Lake NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Chemult RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Chemult, OR, take US Rt. 97 south 9 miles to State Rt. 138. Turn right onto Rt. 138 and go 27.7 miles to Lemolo Lake Recreation sign. Turn right at sign onto Forest Rt. 2610/Birds Point Rd. and go 3 miles to Inlet campground sign. Turn right after sign onto Forest Rt. 2614 and go 2.6 miles to a "T" intersection. Turn right and go 1.8 miles to a "Y" intersection. In the center of the intersection is a dirt, single lane road, Forest Rt. 6000- 958. Continue straight on Rt. 6000-958 and go 1.2 miles to campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 4,300 ft. The North entrance to Crater Lake National Park is 22 miles south of campground. The campground has two loops - A and B. Lemolo Lake is not far from campground. This is a horse camp with some campsites having metal and others wood pole stalls. Still, others have only hitching rails. Manure disposal sites are scattered around campground. While the pull-through campsites have a "used" appearance, several back-ins are overgrown with grass and weeds. Located in a thinly wooded stand of Lodgepole pines, shade is limited. The campground is about 2.5 trail miles from Mt. Thielsen Wilderness. The nearby Lemolo Lake Resort offers showers (for a fee), limited groceries, gas, boat rentals, and meals. Possible day trips are: Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway and one of six waterfalls and Crater Lake National Park. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open June 15 through October 31 - weather dependent RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 15 Total Sites: 15 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 15 No. Grilles on Sites: 15 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 5 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 50' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel. An RV waste station is available, for a fee, at Lemolo Lake Resort and Diamond Lake campground (Forest Service). FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 0 WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): Yes Sailing: No Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: No Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: Yes Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Lemolo Lake is 420 acres. Power boats are limited to 10mph in the lake and 5mph in the channels where there is good canoeing. A large sandy swimming beach is at Poole Creek campground, about 4 miles from campground. The boat ramp is at East Lemolo campground. HIKING Windigo Trail #1412 (foot and horse) - 7 miles North Umpqua #1414 (foot and horse) - 45.5 miles FISHING Kokanee salmon, Brown and Rainbow trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Lake in the Woods VISIT DATE: 08/24/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/8/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: North Umpqua NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Glide RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: In Glide, OR, at intersection of State Rt. 138 and LIttle River Rd. (County Rt. 17), take Little River Rd. south 1.1 miles to a "Y" intersection. Bear left, staying on Little River Rd., and go 24.8 miles to campground on right. NOTE: County Rt. 17 becomes Forest Rt. 27; last 6.7 miles are on a single-lane, gravel road. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 3,200 ft. The campground winds around Lake in the Woods offering almost every campsite a view of the lake. The lake began as a marsh until it was made into the lake in 1954. By the end of summer, this swampy past can be seen in the lake's algae-covered still water. In the Spring a wealth of rhododendron and wildflowers bring beautiful color to the lake and campground. Privacy between campsites is good. Mature Douglas fir surround the lake. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: Yes Seasonal Comment: Services provided only from May 20 through October 31. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 1 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 10 Total Sites: 11 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: No Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 11 No. Grilles on Sites: 11 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 1 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 15' X 43' Comments: The parking aprons are dirt. Grey water disposal sites are scattered around campground. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 0 WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Lake in the Woods is 4 acres. HIKING Hemlock Falls Trail #1520 (foot) - 0.5 miles Yakso Falls #1519 (foot and mountain bike) - 0.7 miles FISHING Rainbow trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Poole Creek VISIT DATE: 08/28/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: Diamond Lake NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Chemult RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Chemult, OR, take US Rt. 97 south 9 miles to State Rt. 138. Turn right onto Rt. 138 and go 27.7 miles to Lemolo Lake Recreation Area sign. Turn right at sign onto Forest Rt. 2610/Birds Point Rd. and go 3.9 miles to campground sign. Turn right at sign and go 0.2 miles to campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 4,200 ft. The North entrance to Crater Lake National Park is 18 miles south of campground. The campground, one of five in the Lemolo Lake Recreation Area, has three overlapping loops on the Banks of Lemolo Lake in a stand of Lodgepole pine. Some campsites are at the lake's edge, some have a view of the lake, all are within walking distance of the lake. Lemolo Lake has a four-finger glove shape. Lemolo Lake has a four-finger glove shape. While the "palm" offers good water skiing, the fingers are best suited for exploration by canoe. The nearby Lemolo Lake Resort offers showers (for a fee), limited groceries, gas, boat rentals, and meals. Possible day trips are: Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway and one of six waterfalls and Crater Lake National Park. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open June 15 through October 31 - weather dependent RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day - single $20 per day - double Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 60 Total Sites: 60 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 60 No. Grilles on Sites: 60 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 23 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 10' X 43' Comments: The parking aprons are paved. Grey water disposal sites are scattered around campground. All pull-throughs are considered double sites. RV waste stations are available, for a fee, at Lemolo Lake Resort and Diamond Lake campground (Forest Service). FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: Yes No. Water Spigots (non-site): 11 No. Threaded: 0 WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): Yes Sailing: No Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: Yes Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Lemolo Lake is 420 acres. Power boats are limited to 10mph. 5mph power boat limit in the channels where there is good canoeing. Large sandy swimming beach available at Poole Creek campground, about 4 miles from campground. HIKING Lemolo Lake Trail #1476 (foot) 1.5 miles FISHING Kokanee salmon, Brown and Rainbow trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Rujada VISIT DATE: 08/22/2005 UPDATE DATE: 2/26/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: Cottage Grove NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Cottage Grove RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Cottage Grove, OR, take Row River Rd. (County Rt. 2400) east 12.6 miles to a "Y" intersection. Bear right, staying on County Rt. 2400, and go 3.1 miles to another "Y" intersection. Bear left onto Forest Rt. 17 and go 1.9 miles to campground on right. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 1,200 ft. This attractive campground is a single loop through a lush riparian environment. Thimble berry and Sword fern provide understory while Douglas fir provides ample shade. Lichen draped alder and maple trees offer both shade and privacy. The day use area features horseshoe pits and a large open grass field. The sound of Layng Creek can be heard throughout much of the campground. Although modernized with flush toilets, the campground has retained much of its Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) personality. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 25 through September 15 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $12 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 1 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 14 Total Sites: 15 Tent Pads: Yes Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 15 No. Grilles on Sites: 15 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 4 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 14' X 43' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel. Grey water disposal sites are scattered around campground. The interior road is tight which may be a challenge some RVs. An RV waste station is available for a fee, with no potable water, in Cottage Grove at Cottage Grove Masonic Center. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: Yes No. Water Spigots (non-site): 4 No. Threaded: 0 WATER SPORTS - None HIKING Sword fern Trail (foot) - 2 miles FISHING Cutthroat trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Steamboat Falls VISIT DATE: 08/25/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/8/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: North Umpqua NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Steamboat RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Idleyld Park, OR, take State Rt. 138 east 17.6 miles to Steamboat Creek Rd./Forest Rt. 38. Turn left onto Rt. 38 and go 5.5 miles to campground sign. Turn right at sign onto Forest Rt. 4750 (single lane), crossing a bridge, and go 0.6 miles to campground on left. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 1,500 ft. The campground is a single loop through a stand of hemlock, Douglas fir, and a variety of deciduous trees. Deep Creek runs along one side of campground, while Steamboat Creek is on another stretch of the loop. Campsites along these two creeks are classified as tent-only. (Site 1 is on a point where the creeks come together and is wonderfully secluded.) Campsites with no views of a creek are good for both tenters and RVrs. Steamboat Creek and its tributaries are spawning grounds for Steelhead trout, which might be observed during summer months. Steamboat Falls, visible from campground, is a formidable barrier to the Steelhead. To compensate, a "fish ladder" was built to help them on their spawning run. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: Yes Seasonal Comment: Services provided only from May 20 through October 30. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 5 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 5 Total Sites: 10 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 10 No. Grilles on Sites: 10 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 50' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel and dirt. An RV waste station is available for a fee at Elk Haven RV Park (private), 27 miles west of campground. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 0 WATER SPORTS - None HIKING - No FISHING - No

CAMPGROUND NAME: Thielsen View VISIT DATE: 08/29/2005 UPDATE DATE: 3/3/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: Diamond Lake NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Chemult RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Chemult, OR, take US Rt. 97 south 9 miles to State Rt. 138. Turn right onto Rt. 138 and go 21.9 miles to Diamond Lake Recreation Area sign. Turn right at sign and go 0.3 miles to campground sign. Turn right and go 3.1 miles to campground on left. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 5,100 ft. The North entrance to Crater Lake National Park is 10 miles south of campground. The campground, one of three in the Diamond Lake Recreation Area, is on the west shore of Diamond Lake. There are three loops (A, B, and C) which are located in a pleasant mixture of fir and pine. The trees are so dense shade is abundant throughout campground. Some campsites in Loops B and C overlook the lake and have a great view of Mt. Thielsen. Informal mooring of boats is possible along shoreline. Loop C has more Lodgepole pine than other loops giving campsites in Loop C a little more sunlight. Interpretive programs are offered at Diamond Lake's amphitheater during the summer. The nearby Diamond Lake Resort offers a wide range of features including limited groceries, gas, boat and bike rentals and meals giving the cook a night out. Two possible day trips are: Crater Lake National Park and Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway with its many waterfalls. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open June 1 through October 31 - weather dependent RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day - single $20 per day - double Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 61 Total Sites: 61 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: No Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 61 No. Grilles on Sites: 61 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 13 Waste Station: Yes Potable Water at Waste Station: Yes Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 45' Comments: The parking aprons are paved. Grey water disposal sites are scattered throughout campground. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 11 No. Threaded: 2 WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: Yes Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Diamond Lake is 3,000 acres. Boat ramp has a courtesy dock. Power boats restricted to 45mph. HIKING Dellenback Bike Path #1460 (foot and bike - paved) - 11.5 miles (runs through campground) There are additional trails in the recreation area. FISHING Rainbow trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Toketee Lake VISIT DATE: 08/26/2005 UPDATE DATE: 11/1/2012 STATE: Oregon REGION: Pacific Northwest RANGER DISTRICT: Diamond Lake NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Idleyld Park RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Idleyld Park, OR, take State Rt. 138 east 37.5 miles to Toketee Falls sign. Turn left at sign and go 0.2 miles to campground sign. Turn left again onto Toketee Rigdon Rd./Forest Rt. 34 and go 1.2 miles to another campground sign. Turn right and go 0.1 miles to campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 2,400 ft. The elevation is 2,400 ft. The campground has two loops, A and B, nestled in among mature cedar, Douglas fir and some deciduous trees near Toketee Lake and North Umpqua River. A few campsites in Loop A are along the river. A lack of middlestory results in only fair privacy between campsites. Gas, limited groceries, and some RV supplies are available at the Dry Creek Store, 11.4 miles east of campground. State Rt. 138, also known as Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway, in route to the campground, is a wonderful way to enjoy some of the delights found in the Umpqua National Forest. For example, the several waterfalls are fun to visit along the Byway, one of which is the 120-foot, double-tiered Toketee Falls. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: Yes RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 32 Total Sites: 32 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 32 No. Grilles on Sites: 32 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 8 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 45' Comments: Some parking aprons are dirt, some are gravel. Grey water disposal sites are available throughout campground. An RV waste station is available, for a fee, east at Diamond Lake campground (Forest Service) or West Elk Haven RV Park (private). FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 0 WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: No Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Toketee Lake is 80 acres. HIKING North Umpqua Trail #1414 (foot, mountain bike, and horse) - 28.8 miles. FISHING Rainbow, Brown and Brook trout




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