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Hobo Campground

Contact Info
Umpqua National Forest
78405 Cedar Park Rd
Cottage Grove, OR

Phone:
541-767-5000
Basics
Number of Sites:
5 sites
Elevation:
1800 feet

Description

Hobo Camp is a small dispersed camp located along road #2470, above Brice Creek. A short trail leads to a beautiful pool in Brice Creek. Hobo is primarily used by day use swimmers and picnickers although people frequently stay the night. The site offers flat ground for 2-4 trailers and/or RV's.

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Details

Season
May 25 to September 30
Elevation
1800 feet
Basic Info
Total Sites:
5 sites
More Site Details
Max RV Length:
16 feet
Additional Details

Activities include picnicking, swimming, fishing, and hiking on the nearby Adams Mtn. Way Trail ( 1/2 mile west of Hobo on the south side of Road #2470). The Hobo Camp area is withdrawn from mineral location although recreational gold panning is allowed.

Amounf of use : Light

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Cottage Grove Exit 174 on Interstate 5, take Row River Road No.2400 east 19 miles to Brice Creek road No.2470 (2149). Turn right (southeast) on County Road No.2470 and continue for 7 1/2 miles along Brice Creek. Hobo Camp is located on both sides of the road, south of Brice Creek.


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