Broken Arrow

Diamond Lake, Oregon

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Tucked away from shore in the lodgepole pines, this camp shared by humans, jays, and golden-mantled squirrels sits at the southeastern corner of Diamond Lake. The center of activity is the natural lake, which covers more than 3,000 acres. It offers year-round fun, taking you from goggles and swimsuits to snowshoes and mittens. During the camping season, swimming, boating, and fishing for rainbow trout are all popular. Five boat ramps serve lake users. Next to camp, South Shore Picnic Area has a designated swimming beach. A paved pedestrianandbicycle trail travels the shoreline; nearby hiking trails lead to Teal and Horse Lakes, Silent Creek, and Mount Bailey.

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"Tucked away from shore in the lodgepole pines, this camp shared by humans, jays, and golden-mantled squirrels sits at the southeastern corner of Diamond Lake. The center of activity is the natural lake, which covers more than 3,000 acres. It offers year-round fun, taking you from goggles and swimsuits to snowshoes and mittens. During the camping season, swimming, boating, and fishing for rainbow trout are all popular. Five boat ramps serve lake users. Next to camp, South Shore Picnic Area has a designated swimming beach. A paved pedestrianandbicycle trail travels the shoreline; nearby hiking trails lead to Teal and Horse Lakes, Silent Creek, and Mount Bailey."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Diamond Lake
Season: Mid-May–Labor Day Weekend
Local Contacts: Umpqua National Forest

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Jun 2018