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Lund Park Campground
Lund Park is situated along a river terrace above the picturesque Brice Creek. Lund Park was once a stopover place for miners traveling from Cottage Grove to the Bohemia mining area. During the early 1900's Lund Park consisted of a post office, hotel, dam and power house and several other small buildings. Today all that remains is the concrete foundation of one of the structures.
"Guide for Recreational Mineral Collection" brochure available from Cottage Grove Ranger District
No campground host
Maximum trailer length: 16 feet
From Cottage Grove Exit 174 on Interstate 5, take Row River Road #2400 east 19 miles to Brice Creek road #2470 (2149). Turn right (southeast) on County Road #2470 and continue for 7 miles along Brice Creek to Lund Park which is located north of the road.
Camping & Cabins
Picnicking, fishing and hiking
Adams Mountain Way Trail is located across #2470 and to the east of Lund Park.
Martin Flume Trail is located across #2470 and to the west of Lund Park.
Brice Creek Trail is accessed by a trail bridge located at Lund Park.
The park area is withdrawn from mineral location although recreational mineral collection is permitted.