This high elevation, spruce fir setting is the largest and most popular campground on the Umatilla National Forest. Jubilee Lake is nestled among the trees, the lake provides a beautiful setting for day-use as well as camping. This site is known for good fishing and swimming. It is a good place to escape the summer heat.
This site offers a range of recreational actitivies for visitors of all abilities including fishing and hiking trails.
At a Glance
11/14/2014: This campground is not maintained in the late fall and early spring. It may be covered with snow and/or not accessible from Oct-May.
2014 Fall Operating Schedule: Reduced services starting Monday Sept. 15; Campsites 13 through 53 are closed; No garbage service for rest of season; Water system will shut down Sept 30; All campsite occupancy regulations remain in force; All regular campsite fees and day use fees will continue to be charged until closed; Campground closed for season October 15.
During the summer months when full-facility service is available (water, garbage, camphost, etc.) a $17.00 fee is charged for each campsite as well as $5.00/night for each additional vehicle. There is a $3.00 day-use fee for those not camping overnight. During the fall months several sites will close and services are reduced.
July 4th Weekend - Labor Day Weekend
Flush Toilet (5 double flush), Vault Toilet (4)
Directions: 20 miles east of Weston, or 21 miles west of Elgin on Highway 204. Turn north on Forest Service Road 64. Follow the road for 12 miles to the campground.
Recreation areas with activity Campground Camping:
Recreation areas with activity RV Camping:
Most campsites were not designed for today's longer RVs. Sites with pull-throughs provide the best opportunities for longer RVs or truck/trailer combos. Some back-in sites can also accomodate the longer vehicles. Be aware that this campground is first come-first served, and those sites tend to be taken quickly.
Lake and Pond Fishing
Recreation areas with activity Lake and Pond Fishing: