Broken Arrow Campground
Set back from the shores of Diamond Lake in lodgepole pine forest, this is a quiet, idyllic playground for golden mantle ground squirrels. This picturesque spot boasts views of both Mount Bailey and Mount Thielsen. Broken Arrow Campground offers easy access to fishing, walking and biking trails, yet sees lighter use from anglers and paddlers during the summer months.
Broken Arrow Campground is comfortable spot for families and groups. This sizeable campground can comfortably accommodate large groups. Interpretive programs are provided in the summer at the amphitheater at nearby Diamond Lake Campground.
- 121 campsites (4 group campsites) with picnic tables and fire pits
- Drinking water
- Flush toilets
- Garbage disposal
- Grey water waste sumps
- RV dump station
At a Glance
|Open Season:||- June|
|Busiest Season:||Heavy use during weekends and holidays|
|Closest Towns:||Roseburg, OR|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
- Accessible campsites in Loops F and G
- Accessible showers
- Accessible restrooms
- Campground host available (Campground host volunteer opportunities available at Volunteer.gov)
Other Nearby Recreation Opportunities
- Broken Arrow Group Campground
- South Shore Picnic Area and Boat Ramp (south shore of Diamond Lake)
- Thielsen View Campground (west shore of Diamond Lake)
- Diamond Lake Campground (east shore of Diamond Lake)
- Diamond Lake Resort
- Diamond Lake RV Park
- John Dellenback Trail #1460
- Silent Creek Trail #1479
- The rim of Crater Lake (National Park Service) is 30 minutes from Diamond Lake.
- Maximum vehicle length: 32 feet
From Roseburg, OR, turn left onto OR-138 east / northeast Diamond Lake Boulevard for approximately 80 miles. Turn right onto Forest Road 4795 / Diamond Lake Loop at the north entrance to Diamond Lake Recreation Area. Continue 3.2 miles and turn right after the pizza parlor. Drive half a mile to the campground entrance on the left. Broken Arrow may also be accessed via Highway 230 from Medford, OR, or Highway 97 from Klamath Falls, OR, and Bend, OR.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
- Check out an 11-mile paved trail around Diamond Lake!
Hiking, fishing, boating, bicycling and picnicking
- Interpretive programs are provided in the Summer at the amphitheater within nearby Diamond Lake Campground
- Numerous hiking trails, including: a 0.8 mile self guided nature trail, Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, Mt. Thielsen Trail, and Mt. Bailey Trail
- There are 11 miles of paved bicycle/hiker trail surrounding Diamond Lake
- Lake fishing for Rainbow trout - The lake is stocked annually with over 450,000 fingerling
- There are 3 campgrounds with 219 sites fully accessible and 5 fully accessible restrooms.
Lake and Pond Fishing
Anglers can pursue a variety of trout species in Diamond Lake. Check the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's web site for the most up-to-date information about seasons and stocking schedules.