Lund Park Campground
Nestled in the cool, quiet forest beside crystal clear Brice Creek, Lund Park is the perfect place for slow mornings spent drinking coffee, days spent exploring Brice Creek Trail just across the footbridge on the western side of camp, and nights being lulled to sleep by the sound of water.
Lund Park also has a rich history. The campground was once a stopover for miners traveling from Cottage Grove to the Bohemia Mining Area. During the early 1900s, Lund Park consisted of a post office, hotel, dam, power house and several other small buildings. Most of the structures were reclaimed by the forest, but near Campsite #1, beneath a thriving layer of moss and lichen, you can still see the remains of a single concrete foundation.
- 10 campsites with picnic tables and fire pits
- Garbage disposal
- 2 vault toilets
- No drinking water
You can view a map of Lund Park Campground here.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||03/17/2023: 3 sites outside of gates still campable.|
|Reservations:||Three sites are available first come, first served. Seven sites can be reserved in the summer four or more days in advance through Recreation.gov.|
|Busiest Season:||Moderate use during weekends and holidays|
|Closest Towns:||Cottage Grove, OR|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
General InformationGeneral Notes:
- Brochures about recreational mineral collection can be obtained from Cottage Grove Ranger Station.
- No campground host
- Maximum trailer length: 16 feet
From Cottage Grove, OR, travel east on Row River Road 2400 for 19 miles to Brice Creek Road 2470. Turn right on County Raod 2470 and continue for 7 miles to Lund Park, which is located on the left side of the road.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Picnicking, fishing and hiking opportnities are all available nearby.
- Adams Mountain Way Trail #1419 is located across Road 2470 and to the east of Lund Park.
- Martin Flume Trail #1419Ais located across Road 2470 and to the west of Lund Park.
- Brice Creek Trail #1403 is accessed by a trail bridge located at Lund Park.
- Recreational mineral collection including gold-panning is allowed in nearby Brice Creek.
Alerts & Warnings
- Forest Order 06-15-03-22-464 Rescinded 09/21/2022
- Forest Order 06-15-03-22-468 Dated 09/21/2022
- Forest Order 06-15-03-22-467 Rescinded 09/13/2022
- Road 4720 & 4720-005 Closed Starting 9/19/22
- Forest Order #06-18-00-22-14 Dated 08/04/2022
- Termination of Order No. 06-15-00-22-460 No PURS in Effect
- Stay Limit on the Umpqua National Forest