2020 Toketee RS Rd
Idleyld Park, OR
- Number of Sites:
- 148 sites
- 5190 feet
Set back from the shore in lodgepole pine forest, at the south end of Diamond Lake, is a quiet, less-hectic playground for golden mantle ground squirrels. This picturesque spot boasts views of both Mount Bailey and Mount Thielsen.
A Forest Service Information Center. Interpretive programs are provided in the summer at the amphitheatre within 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
The rim of Crater Lake National Park is 30 minutes from Diamond Lake
Thielsen View Forest Service Campground with 60 camping units on west shore
Diamond Lake Forest Service Campground with 238 camping units on east shore
A full service resort operating under special use permit from the Umpqua National Forest including: motel units and cabins, restaurant, pizza parlor, 2 grocery stores, a sporting goods shop, post office, service station, propane, laundromat,, swimming beach, boat and mountain bike rentals, moorage, charter fishing, hunting and fishing licenses and horseback riding stables
Privately operated Recreational Vehicle park operating under special use permit from the Umpqua National Forest including 160 RV units with full hookups, laundry, shower facilities and a recreation hall for guests
SeasonMay 15 to October 1
- Total Sites:
- 148 sites
More Site Details
- Max RV Length:
- 32 feet
Loop J : $132.00.Loop K : $60.00.Loop M : $78.00 .Loop N : $54.00.Single Unit - $11.00.Double Unit - $14.00.Extra Vehicle - $4.00.
Map + Directions
Located 80 miles east of Roseburg on Highway 138, turn right onto Road 4795 (Diamond Lake Loop) at the north entrance to Diamond Lake Recreation Area. Proceed 3.2 miles and turn right at the South Shore. Go 0.5 miles to the campground entrance on the left. Broken Arrow may also be accessed via Highway 230 from Medford, or Highway 97 from Klamath Falls and Bend.