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RV Parks
Diamond Lake RV Park

This privately owned park is operated on leased government land in the Umpqua National Forest at the south end of Diamond Lake. The seasonal park (May-September) has 160 RV spaces with 35 pull-throughs. Located at an elevation of 5200 feet it is located on 22 wooded acres just 85 miles east of Roseburg off Highway #138. Closest RV Park to Crater Lake.


 

This park is located adjacent to the Douglas County Fairgrounds Complex and the Douglas County Museum at I-5 exit #123. There are 50 spaces for trailer, RV and tent camping, some with hook-ups. There are showers and restrooms. Nearby is a boat ramp on the South Umpqua River, a picnic area and playground.


Douglas County Parks

For a complete listing of all county parks, including the 4 overnight campgrounds in the Roseburg area, click on this category. Amacher County Park on the North Umpqua River 5 miles north of Roseburg at I-5 exit #129; Whistler's Bend County Park on the North Umpqua River 12 miles east of Roseburg off Highway #138; Stanton County Park located 19 miles south of Roseburg off I-5 at exit #99 just north of Canyonville on the South Umpqua River; Chief Miwaleta, Galesville Reservoir, I-5 exit #88, 7 miles east on Upper Cow Creek Rd; Pass Creek County Park in north Douglas County at I-5 exit #163 near Curtin.


Loon Lake Lodge and RV Resort

This resort has cabins, vacation house, yurts, RV and tent sites and one mile of shorline on Loon Lake with onsite marina and boat rentals available. Located off Highway 38 approximately 68 miles northwest of Roseburg.


Lemolo Lake Resort/RV

26 full hook-up sites for both RV campers and tent campers along scenic Highway 138, located 72 miles east of Roseburg. Lemolo Lake offers a variety of recreation options throughout the year.


Rising River RV Park

Just 1/2 mile from Wildlife Safari this RV park has South Umpqua River frontage with great fishing. Only 2 miles off the freeway at I-5 exit 119.


Seven Feathers RV Resort

Located in the beautiful "Land of Umpqua", the resort is situated on 23 acres of manicured lawns and lush landscaping. 191 full hook-up sites, with back-in and pull through sites available. Just minutes from Seven Feather Hotel & Casino, exit #99 off freeway I-5. 


Twin Rivers Vacation Park

Spacious, shady sites next to day use River Forks County Park at the confluence of the North and South Umpqua Rivers. A boat ramp, river swimming area, playground and picnic tables are nearby. RV Park offers groceries, propane, cable, Club Room and many other amenities. A Good Sam Park with 85 spaces for trailer, RV and tent camping, some with hook-ups. Also available are restrooms, showers and laundry. Located just 7 miles northwest of Roseburg.


Umpqua's Last Resort, Wilderness RV & Campground

Umpqua's Last Resort, Wilderness RV & Campground- has cabins too!  Nestled in the Umpqua National Forest along the North Umpqua River in the Dry Creek community.  The general store & gas station has propane, fuel and groceries.  Private sports guides, personal spa treatments and wilderness related recreational opportunities can be arranged by the resort operators.  Located 47 miles east of Roseburg on Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway Hwy 138.


Umpqua National Forest

Many campgrounds can be found on Umpqua National Forest lands east of Roseburg. Check out the UNF website and click on Recreation / Camping for a full list of these sites. Or call the North Umpqua Ranger District at the number listed here. 541-496-3532


Wildlife Safari RV Park

This rustic park is on Safari Road off of Highway 42 on the road into Wildlife Safari. It is a seasonal campgound with 20 spaces, some pull-throughs and some electrical hook-ups. The campground is managed by Wildlife Safari on a first come basis. Take I-5 exit #119 to reach the park.

 
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