NOTICE 04/30/2014:The reservoir’s water level is 2-3 feet lower than usual as of April 30, 2014, due to PacifiCorp’s work on the 1951 Toketee Dam. This means that boats must be portaged to the water until further notice. Another alternative is to use boat ramps at Lemolo or Diamond lakes.
The North Umpqua Wild and Scenic River pauses at Toketee reservoir providing a secure home for a wide variety of wildlife. Here beaver and otter make their homes. Great blue heron and kingfishers are joined in fall and winter by ducks, geese, and bald eagle.
1 group campsite with picnic tables and fire pits
50 people maximum
Boat ramp (See note above. Ramp does not extend to water as of 04/30/2014.)
No drinking water
2 vault toilets
No garbage disposal - Please pack it out
At a Glance
02/17/2015: Closed through April 16, 2015.
First come, first served
Boat ramp,Tent camping,Toilets
$25 for group campsite
Quiet hours between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Campfires in developed fire pits only
Fireworks are prohibited
Dogs must be on leash
OHV/ATV use prohibited in the campground
Maximum length of stay: 14 days
Services are available 13.5 miles away at Dry Creek. Offered there is: a trailer park, cabins, gasoline, propane, groceries, fishing supplies and hunting and fishing licenses.
Toketee Ranger Station located 2 miles away on the east side of the lake offers information and emergency medical services.
"Diamond and Lemolo Lake Area", and "The North Umpqua Trail" brochures available from Diamond Lake Ranger District.
No campground host
Other Nearby Recreation Opportunities
Maximum number of vehicles: 10
From Roseburg, OR take OR-138 E/NE Diamond Lake Blvd. Continue 60 miles east of Roseburg on Highway 138, turn north onto Forest Service Road 34, the west access to Toketee Ranger Station (Diamond Lake District office). Turn left at the bottom of the hill and cross a concrete bridge on the right. Proceed 1.5 miles to the campground entrance on the right.
Camping & Cabins
Hiking, fishing, boating
Toketee Falls trail 1.5 miles south of the campground on Road 34, plunges down into the North Umpqua River canyon.
An 80 acre reservoir, Toketee Lake, hosts a good population of Brown and Rainbow trout.
Hiking trails nearby are the Toketee Lake Trail and the North Umpqua Trail