Welcome to Diamond Lake



Umpqua National Forest
P.O. Box 1008
Roseburg, OR 97447
(541)672-6601


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Welcome to Diamond Lake

The Gem of the Cascades



Douglas County welcomes you to visit Diamond Lake, the nicest place in the Cascades. Diamond Lake, Oregon is waiting for you to visit and explore its abundant qualities. Fishing, swimming, camping, horseback riding, hiking, and hunting are popular throughout the summer and fall; while snowmobiling, Nordic and Alpine skiing, inner tubing and sled dog racing provide enjoyment throughout the winter and Spring.

Diamond Lake Campground: Located on Forest road 4795, on east shore of Diamond Lake. 240 campsites (trailer & tent units), tables, fireplaces, running water, flush toilets, showers, garbage bins, grey water sumps, RV dump station, boat ramps, & fish cleaning station. Accommodates trailers to 35'. Some sites designed for persons with disabilities. Reservations available for sites in loops A-F. Daily fees.

Broken Arrow Campground: Located on Forest Road 4795, at south end of Diamond Lake. A combination of 148 trailer and tent units, with tables, fireplaces, running water, flush toilets, showers, garbage bins, grey water sumps, & trailer dump station. Accommodates trailers to 35'. Loops F & G are designed for persons with disabilities us. Group reservations available for loops J, K, M, & N. Daily fees.

Thielsen View Campground: Located on Forest Road 4795, on west shore of Diamond Lake. A blend of 58 trailer & tent units, with tables, fireplaces, running water, vault toilets, grey water sumps, garbage bins & boat ramp. Room for trailers to 30 feet. Some sites adapted for persons with disabilities. Daily fees.

South Shore Area: Five non-motorized campsites adjacent to the South Shore Picnic Area for hikers & bicyclists, with tables, fireplaces, running water, flush toilets, & grey water sumps. No fee.

South Shore Picnic Area: 23 picnic sites have tables, fireplaces, running water, flush toilets, & garbage bins. Sites are adapted for persons with disabilities. Playground, volleyball court, horseshoe pits, & swimming beach available. A group picnic pavilion may be reserved for a fee.

Boat launches: 5 public boat ramps are located on Diamond Lake. The North End Boat Ramp has a concrete jetty for shoreline fishing and is designed for persons with disabilities. Three fish cleaning stations are available.

Winter Recreation

Tube sliding
Snowmobile Tours
Cross-Country and Downhill skiing