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Old 05-17-2015, 10:00 PM   #1
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Suggestions for Umpqua National Forest

Hubby and I went on a waterfall sightseeing tour this weekend and fell in love with the area. Unfortunately, finding a camp site in October hasn't been successful. Any suggestions for sites that will accommodate a 26 ft travel trailer? Thanks so much.
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Have you checked out the campgrounds along Hwy 138? Here's a great national forest site that might help you:


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Try either Diamond Lake campground is usually open thru October[ no hookups and 5200 ft elevation. Susan creek is real nice our you can commute from Roseburg. Great hiking but careful its Deer hunting season.
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Try either Diamond Lake campground is usually open thru October[ no hookups and 5200 ft elevation. Susan creek is real nice our you can commute from Roseburg. Great hiking but careful its Deer hunting season.
Susan Creek us our first choice, but those spots on the river are booked solid. Diamond Lake looks like it has a few pull through sites.
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