Camping & Cabins

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Current Status of Boat Ramps

Important message on our COVID-19 response

The Umpqua National Forest has temporarily closed developed recreation sites across the forest. Undeveloped forest lands and trails remain open. For a definition of Developed Recreation please follow this link: https://bit.ly/2yjRRBl. Dispersed camping is still allowed.

Our staff is aligning our operations to support state Governor executive orders for residents to stay home and stay safe. Our mission-critical work, such as suppressing wildfires, Forest Law Enforce activities and other public service responsibilities, continue uninterrupted. We are following USDA, CDC, state, county and local guidance and orders to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).


The Umpqua National Forest has 40 developed campgrounds. Sites in many campgrounds on the forest can be reserved in advance. Reserve online at recreation.gov or call toll free 1-877-444-6777 (international 518-885-3639). The campgrounds around Diamond Lake and Lemolo Reservoir fill quickly during the summer months so plan ahead and have a backup plan if your desired campground is full.

Campsites typically include a table, a fire grate, and a tent or trailer space. You can find showers at Broken Arrow and Diamond Lake campgrounds. Check to see if water is available at the campground as less than half of our campgrounds have water available. Most campgrounds have vault or flush toilets. Electric hookups are not available.

Additional Umpqua National Forest Camping Information



https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/umpqua/recreation/camping-cabins