East Lemolo Campground
A cluster of clearings in the lodgepole pine forest along the southeast shore of Lemolo Lake, this informal camp is a favorite with fishermen and sandpipers alike. This campground offers direct and unobstructed access to the lake's shoreline, and several campsites are only feet from the beach.
- 15 informal campsites with picnic tables and fire pits
- Vault toilet
- No drinking water
- Limited garbage disposal - Please pack it out
- Boat ramp
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||01/27/2023: Closed for the season.|
|Reservations:||Reservations can be made at www.recreation.gov for stays June through Labor Day. First come, first served in May, rest of Sept, and Oct.|
|Closest Towns:||Roseburg, OR|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
General InformationGeneral Notes:
- No campground host
Other Nearby Recreation Opportunities
- Poole Creek Campground
- Bunker Hill Campground
- Inlet Forest Campground
- Lemolo Lake Resort
- Lemolo Lake Trail #1476
Lemolo Lake is situated in the Oregon Cascades National Recreation Area, which also includes Diamond Lake, and includes dozens of trailheads. Many trails leading from this area cross into wilderness areas or even nearby Crater Lake National Park, both of which have special use restrictions for visitors inside the boundaries. Be aware and plan ahead if your hiking, hunting, or mountain biking trip is likely to take you more than a few miles from the trailhead.
From Roseburg, OR, travel east on OR-138 / Diamond Lake Boulevard for approximately 72 miles, turn left onto Forest Road 2610 (Bird's Point Road). Continue for 3 miles and turn right onto Forest Road 2614. Proceed 2 miles and turn left onto Forest Road 2610-430. The campground is at the end of the road.
- Maximum vehicle length: 22 feet
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Boating, camping, swimming, hiking waterskiing and fishing
- Hiking trails nearby for Lemolo Falls, the North Umpqua River and the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail
- The lake contains Kokanee, Eastern Brook, and a few Rainbow trout. Large German brown trout are wild native fish and can be taken on troll and fly.
- Waterskiing is a popular activity on portions of the lake.
- The lake depth exceeds 100 feet in places.
Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail - Be advised that special conditions may in place along the Pacific Crest Trail.
Boating - Motorized
- Waterskiing is a popular activity on portions of the lake. The lake depth exceeds 100 feet in places.
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