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Umpqua National Forest, Oregon

Wacky topography, lush trees, and abundant water characterize Umpqua National Forest. Nearly a million acres of volcanically-sculpted outdoor playground await in the Cascade Mountains, where abundant Read more...
Wacky topography, lush trees, and abundant water characterize Umpqua National Forest. Nearly a million acres of volcanically-sculpted outdoor playground await in the Cascade Mountains, where abundant rivers, ponds, and waterfalls offer silent high-mountain stillness or crashing falls and rapids as the water works its way downward. Water features are the hot topic at Umpqua--including some secluded hot springs. While the amount of clothing on bathers varies, the temperature remains a constant 92-102 degrees, meaning it’ll warm your bones after a long day snowshoeing or falling into the river looking for the perfect photo op. There’s also Mount Thielsen, which was made from the same volcanic blast as Crater Lake. Many trails lead you through gnarly black pumice deposits, while others are part of the same Pacific Crest Trail that can take you to Canada or Mexico if you walk long enough. From wild trout to dense evergreen forests to dramatically barren volcanic mountains, Umpqua is as diverse as it gets in the Pacific Northwest.
Diamond Lake Campground
Brian
Brian: Heavily wooded, spaced out campsites make this place special. You get privacy, and if you aren't...
Eagle Rock Campground
Eagle Rock Campground offers glimpses of both eagles and rock formations from the shade of mixed...
Clearwater Falls Campground
Nestled along the Clearwater River, the tumbling water, mossy rocks, and Douglas Firs turn the Pacific...
Whitehorse Falls Campground
If your idea of camping is more Walden than Coachella, Whitehorse Falls Campground is your kind of...
Thielsen View Campground
Alex
Alex: The mosquitos will literally eat you alive during the summer here. The marshes and creeks that...
Poole Creek Campground
Beachside camping at altitude, surrounded by Oregon’s three most iconic evergreen species. Lemolo Lake...
Howlock Mountain Trailhead
Howlock Mountain Trailhead campsite gives new meaning to the term ‘base camp’. Two campsites, some...
Bunker Hill Campground
Freedom, solitude, bald eagles. This all-American campground has it all. With five sites and nothin’...
Inlet Campground
True to its name, Inlet Campground is hidden deep in the forest where the Umpqua River enters Lemolo...
Broken Arrow Campground
This is a biggun’. 130 campsites, four extra-large group sites, and full facilities for campers and...
Toketee Campground
What’s more American than camping by a lake while bald eagles soar overhead? How ‘bout camping by a...
Kelsay Valley Campground/Trailhead
Kelsay Valley campground also serves as a trailhead for the North Umpqua Wild and Scenic River hikes....
Boulder Flat Campground
Nine campsites nestled at the confluence of Boulder Creek and the North Umpqua Scenic and Wild River...
Camp Comfort Campground
Camp Comfort may be a bit of a misnomer, but if you pack right you can camp in comfort anyway. Minimal...
Horseshoe Bend Campground
Emily
Emily: We were on a driving mission down the PCH and finding camp spots along the way. Nestled amongst the...
Apple Creek Campground
If chasing spawning steelhead and salmon is your thing, Apple Creek Campground is your place. Situated...
Steamboat Falls Campground
Baseball fields, horsehoe pits, potential bald eagle sightings, and steelhead salmon jumping up...
Hemlock Meadows Campground
A literal meadow on Hemlock Lake. Four dispersed-style campsites are spread throughout the campground...
Hemlock Lake Campground
If big lakes aren’t your thing, Hemlock Lake will hit the spot. A tranquil, conifer-surrounded 28 acre...
Lake In The Woods Campground
Lake in the Woods is a super-quiet, super-shallow lake tucked deep in the woods. It feels a lot more...
South Umpqua Falls Campground
It’s goin’ down, I’m yellin’ this campground is in a lovely meadow surrounded by timberrrrr. Twenty...
Island Campground
No man is an island, and neither is this campground. No matter, the sounds of the North Umpqua River...
Canton Creek Campground
Five campsites along the banks of Steamboat Creek with drinking water and flushing toilets. For those...
Devil's Flat Campground
A small campground in the deep south--of Umpqua National Forest, that is--featuring an O. G. Ranger’s...
Cover Campground
Looking for seven campsites along Jackson Creek in the shade of Douglas Firs? This campground has got...
Bogus Creek Campground
The only bogus thing about Bogus Creek Campground would be if you chose not to spend a night here...
Three C Rock Campground
This ain’t Schoolhouse Rock. Three C Rock Campground is named for a Civilian Conservation Corps camp...
Boulder Creek Campground
Camp at the confluence of Boulder Creek and the South Umpqua River in a mixed conifer forest. There is...
White Creek Campground
Looking for a sandy beach that’s not on the coast? White Creek Campground offers beach vibes in a...
Dumont Creek Campground
Dumont Creek Campground is one of the harder-to-access campgrounds in Umpqua National Forest. The...
Coolwater Campground
This little campground on the Little River features seven campsites and access to fishing and swimming...
Mineral Camp Campground
The name says it all--this tiny campsite at the base of Hardscrabble Grade was an old stopover for...
Wolf Creek Campground
Camp on Little River in a scenic clearing near baseball fields, volleyball courts, and horseshoe pits....
Hobo Camp Campground
Tria
Tria: Free campsites for up to 14 days. Two waterfall hikes and campsites on Brice creek
Lund Park Campground
Lund Park Campground is built on the site of an old mining town. All that remains are a few crumbling...
Cedar Creek Campground
You may not live in a van down by the river, but you can pretend at Cedar Creek Campground. With nine...
Rujada Campground
Camp in the lap of luxury at Rujada Campground! A dozen single and three double secluded campsites in...
Threehorn Campground
One of the more remote and high-altitude campsites in Umpqua, Threehorn Campground is located near the...
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Lavish Country Retreat
Mike
Mike: Located approximately two hours south of Portland, and only 20 minutes south of Eugene, Lavish Country...
Tiny House Farm
Andrew
Andrew: This listing was incredible, and exceeded all expectations! The host, Ryan, was right there to welcome...
Tipi Village Retreat
Octave
Octave: Ken and Janet welcomed us at the Tipi Village Retreat on a Friday afternoon. We spent the night in...
Mazama Campground
Lorene
Lorene: The camp store at Mazama Village is very well stocked, which is a good thing since the nearest grocery...
Lost Creek Campground
Christina
Christina: Its best to go in August or September so that after a long hike you will actually want to jump into...
Union Creek Campground
Ann Marie
Ann Marie: The family was split about this one. I thought it quite lovely. Our spot backed up to Union Creek and...
Best Friends Farms
Momo
Momo: I had a great stay here! The landscape is breathtaking and the sunset is beautiful. Though I didn't...
Stunning Western Camp Site #1
Ransom
Ransom: We had a wonderful time at Kori and Bob's campsite! This a beautiful little spot in the Oregon...
Modern Industrial Glamping
George
George: There is so much I'd like to praise, I don't even know where to begin. It's a beautiful location on a...
Joseph H. Stewart Campground
Watch the boats zip by on the reservoir below when you camp at Joseph H. Stewart. There are campsites...
Hamaker Campground
Life at sea level may be easier, breezier and more beautiful than Cover Girl when you spend a few days...
Digit Point Campground
For easy access to the beautiful Miller Lake and Mount Thielson Wilderness, staying at Digit Point...
Timpanogas Campground
Timpanogas Campground is located in a high elevation stand of silver, grand, and noble fir. You can...
Summit Lake Campground
Looking for a real escape? Summit Lake Campground is a hidden treasure waiting to be found with only...
Indigo Springs Campground
Be tickled by the tininess of Indigo Spring’s three-site campground set in a stand of Douglas fir...
Sacandaga Campground
Enjoy a touch of history at the Sacandaga Campground conveniently equipped with toilets and drinking...
Glamping Farm Stay
Andrew
Andrew: This location is excellent for a quick or extended stay. Extremely nice condition on the inside of the...
Windy Group Campground
Windy Group Campground lives up to its name; popular water activities on nearby Crescent Lake include...
Spring Campground
Spring Campground might be a bit of a misnomer—it’s actually open from mid May through September. This...
Whitefish Horse Camp
Horse camp? More like horse heaven! Okay, maybe that’s a stretch, but the 18 sites at Whitefish Horse...