This historic group organization camp was constructed during the 1930s by the efforts of the Civilian Conservation Corps in coordination with the U.S. Forest Service. Organization camps were created for the purpose of hosting group recreational activities on public lands. Historically, groups that routinely used organization camps were the Boy Scouts of America and local church groups.
This organization camp features five open-ended structures with platform bunks for sleeping, a large community kitchen shelter with a fireplace and areas for family-style cooking and eating, and an open field for passive or active recreation. Fall Creek is located across Forest Road 18, and Clark Creek runs adjacaent to the sleeping area. Extremely popular for group events and functions, plan well in advance when making reservations.
Approximately 15 miles northeast of Lowell, Oregon
Beginning at the Lowell Junior/Senior High School at 65 South Pioneer Street, head north for 0.1 mile. Turn left at the 2nd cross street onto North Shore Drive. Travel for another 0.1 mile and turn right at the first cross street, which is South Moss Street. In approximately 0.8 miles, South Moss Street becomes the Jasper-Lowell Road. Continue for another 1.0 mile until the four-way stop. Turn right onto Big Fall Creek Road. Approaching the base of the Fall Creek Lake dam, bear to the left after passing Winberry Creek Road (on your right). Note that Big Fall Creek Road becomes Forest Road 18 after crossing the National Forest boundary. Travel for 12.7 miles and the destination will be on your left.