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OREGON CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
UMPQUA NATIONAL FOREST
LEMOLO LAKE
LATITUDE: N 4319.048
LONGITUDE: 12211.644
(GPS from Lemolo Lake Resort)
Dispersed and Primitive Camping

View from the Dam on Lemolo Lake
View from the Dam on Lemolo Lake
xx Mountain in Background

Lemolo Lake
Lemolo Lake

There are several dispersed camps on
Lemolo Lake and in the nearby area.

Road#2612 camp with pier
Road#2612 camp with pier

Road#2612, between Bunker Hill Campground
and Road#2614, there are a couple great camps
on the shores of Lemolo Lake. See above camp
with the pier.

Crystal Springs
Crystal Springs

Crystal Springs
Crystal Springs

Crystal Springs
Crystal Springs
The headwaters are actually several springs.

Road#2612 and Road#700
Junction of Road#2612 and Road#700
(Crystal Springs)

CRYSTAL SPRINGS
At the Jct. of Road#2612 and
Road#700 / Kelsay-Calmut Loop Road
Crystal Springs has a great camp with a
picnic table. There are several springs
that flow from the hillside.

Crystal Springs Camp
Crystal Springs Camp

W03006 Mountain Lake
W03006 Mountain Lake
N 4320.982
W 12210.617
(There is another lake not in photo)

Road#700
(Kelsay-Calmut Loop Road)
About 3 miles turn on Road#881 / W03006
There are two little mountain lakes.
Springs provide cool, clear water.
(There are also some good photo
opportunities of the mountain peaks
from Road#700)

W03006 Flowers
W03006 Flowers

W03006 Grass
W03006 Mountain Lake

W03006 Flowers
W03006 Flowers

On Road#2614 at Lake Creek is a
nice camping area.

Road#60 has a couple camp areas.
Between mileposts 13-14 is Refrigerator Creek
and a small camp. Rough roads.
Road#6020 has some camp areas.
Also see the Mushroom Camp on Road#5814
(Photo near bottom of page)

Butterfly
Butterfly at Lemolo Lake

Umpqua is the name of an Indian Tribe
Tokette is Chinook jargon for "Pretty" or "Graceful"
Lemolo is Chinook jargon for "Wild" or "Untamed"

ESTABLISHED CAMPGROUNDS
LEMOLO LAKE RESORT
Cabins, gas, ect...
BUNKER HILL CAMPGROUND $7.00
Road#2612
INLET CAMPGROUND $7.00
Road#2614
Near North Umpqua River.
EAST LEMOLO CAMPGROUND $7.00
Road#2614 to Road#430
Boat Launch, Day Use Area
POOLE CREEK CAMPGROUND $14
Road#2610
Water and garbage at the Day Use Area.
KELSAY FOREST CAMP $7.00
Road#60 at Jct. of Road#2612
Take Road#xx 1/4 mile
Not the best camp, should be free.
(Prices last updated 2006)

SCAREDMAN CAMPGROUND
Scaredman Campground and BLM Recreation Site
is comfortable, easy to get relaxed. The air is clean
and fresh...

W5721 Lake on Diamond Drive
W5721 Lake on Diamond Drive towards Oakridge

DIRECTIONS:
From Roseburg
Take Hwy.138 about xx miles
Turn to Lemolo Lake

From Oakridge
Turn towards Hill Creek Reservoir
Take Road#21 / Diamond Drive
Follow signs to Timpangas Lake.
Continue to Lemolo Lake
Take Road#770 (about 3 miles)
Turn right at Road#700
Turn right on Road#2612

From Cresent Lake
Take Road#60
(23 miles from Road#6020 to Road#2612)
Turn right on Road#2612
Lemolo Lake is a couple miles

NOTE:
Road#60 was closed due to snow (June 17, 2006)

From Bend / LaPine
Take Hwy.97 south to Gilchrist
Turn right on Cresent Cut-Off Road
(4.5 miles between milepost 7-8)
Turn left at Gulick Road
Stay to the right on Road#5820
At Hwy.58 continue across on Road#6020
Turn left at the junction of Road#60
Take Road#60 (23 miles to Road#2612)
Turn Right on Road#2612
Lemolo Lake is a couple miles

MILEAGE CHART:
From the Jct. of Road#60 and Road#2612

Highway 58
Highway 138(Road#60)

Lemolo Lake Resort

23 miles
5 miles

5 miles

See road map... the roads are narrow, winding
up the mountains. Expect rocks in the road.

Water at Lake Lemolo / Poole Creek Campground

Showers at Lemolo Lake Resort
Showers at Susan Creek Campground
Hwy.138 / Milepost 29.2

NEARBY CAMPGROUNDS
These campgrounds are on Highway 138
CANTON CREEK CAMPGROUND $8.00
Picnic tables, metal firerings, outhouse,
water, and garbage service
STEAMBOAT FALLS CAMPGROUND $7.00
Picnic tables, metal firerings, outhouse,
and garbage service.
ROCK CREEK CAMPGROUND $8.00
Day Use Area with horseshoe pits, badminton,
garbage, outhouse, ect...
MILLPOND CAMPGROUND $8.00
Water, lighted outhouse...
No dogs in picnic area.
(Fees last updated 2006)
WHITE HORSE FALLS CAMPGROUND

More things to do and see...
Spectacular scenery and geologic phenomenon
World Class Fishing and Whitewater Boating...

COLLIDING RIVERS
Hwy.138 near Glide
North Umpqua River and Little River
colliding together for dramatic effect.

Upper Toketee Falls
Upper Toketee Falls

TOKETEE FALLS
Double-tiered falls drops 120' over columnar basalt.
0.4 mile trail leads to an observation deck.
Hwy.138 / Milepost 59
Turn north on Road#34 and follow signs.
(Less than 1/4 mile)

WATSON FALLS
272 feet.
Hwy.138 / Milepost 61
Turn south on Road#37

CINNAMON BUTTE LOOKOUT
Road#4793

CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK
Highway 138

Redwood Aquaduct at Toketee Falls Trailhead
Redwood Aqueduct at Toketee Falls Trailhead

Umpqua National Forest
2900 NW Stewart Parkway
Roseburg, OR 97470
541-672-6601
http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/umpqua

LINKS:
www.lemololakeresort.com

Smokey Bear
Smokey Bear
"Close the book on forest fires"
At Junction of Road#2612 and Road#700

Also see: HILL CREEK LAKE
Also see:
INDIGO SPRINGS
Also see:
LAVA FLOW CAMPGROUND
Also see:
LOGGERS BUTTE
Also see:
ROCK CREEK CAMPGROUND
Also see:
SALMON CREEK ROAD
Also see:
SCAREDMAN CAMPGROUND
Also see:
WICKIUP RESERVOIR / ROAD#090
Also see:
WICKIUP RESERVOIR / ROAD#4260
Also see:
WICKIUP RESERVOIR / ROAD#4280
Also see:
WICKIUP RESERVOIR / ROAD#4370
Also see:
WICKIUP RESERVOIR / ROAD#44

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Mushroom Camp
Mushroom camp on Road#5814 near Crescent Lake

Over 5000 people live here during the mushroom season.
You can see hundreds of these pole buildings...

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TOURIST PHOTOS

Forest covered with plastic
Some people like plastic, some people don't...
Road#700 near Lemolo Lake
100's of slash piles covered with plastic...

Some sheets of plastic made it into the stream.
We heard on the radio today, that every piece
of plastic ever made is still in the environment
and eventually ends up in the ocean.

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Free campgrounds and camping
OREGON CAMPING
UMPQUA NATIONAL FOREST
LEMOLO LAKE