Willamette National Forest
Middle Fork Ranger District
American Land & Leisure operates 17 campgrounds and day use areas in the Middle Fork Ranger District. This Middle Fork Travel Corridor is accessed via Hwy 58 south out of Eugene.
This beautiful campground is shaded by towering Douglas fir and cedar trees on the banks of Lookout Point Reservoir. A one-mile nature trail winds through the campground. 19 of the 74 campsites may be reserved at least 4 days in advance of your arrival.
Broken Bowl Campground
This shaded, family, campground has easy access to the adjacent Fall Creek. All 16 campsites are first-come-first-served only.
Big Pool Campground
Big Pool is a small campground, with just 5 sites, with easy access to the river. Take Forest Road 18 to the campground.
DOLLY VARDEN CAMPGROUND
Dolly Varden has 5 campsites; each located on the banks of Fall Creek. It has easy access to the beginning of the 14-mile Fall Creek National Recreation Trail.
About 20 campsites in Bedrock Campground provide a cool get-away in the Fall Creek drainage. Hiking and fishing are the favorite activities.
Clark Creek Organization Group Camp
Clark Creek Organization is a group campsite built by the Civil Conservation Corp in the 1930's. With features like lean-to structures with platforms for sleeping, a large field for tents and sports, a large covered dining area (seating for 50) and a fireplace and food preparation area, this is the perfect place for your next family reunion. The sleeping area is next to Clark Creek and Fall Creek is just across Forest Road 18.
Native rhododendrons and majestic Douglas fir trees provide a lush and shady setting for this small campground on Fall Creek.
North Waldo Campground
This campground is the most popular of the campgrounds on North Waldo Lake. It has 58 campsites, a boat launch that is a little deeper than the others, access to several popular hiking trails. North Waldo is also in a drier setting than the other campgrounds which supports fewer mosquitoes.
Islet has 55 campsites on the north end of Waldo Lake. A sandy beach and hiking the Shoreline Trail are among the reasons campers come here. Winds blow every afternoon to provide a break from the summer heat and the mosquitos.
Shadow Bay Campground
92 family campsites are a mix of reservable and first-come-first-served. 16 of those campsites may be reserved up to 6 months prior to your arrival. 3 group sites can accommodate from 30 - 120 people and may be reserved up to 1 year in advance. The campground is located on a large bay at the south end of Waldo Lake where it is considerably wetter than other areas, thus supporting a more diverse and prolific ground cover as well as more mosquitoes!
Gold Lake Campground
21 family campsites are first-come-first-served in the campground on Gold Lake. There is a boat ramp for non-motorized access to excellent fishing.
Packard Creek Campground
Packard Creek is a very popular campground with just 37 family campsites and 1 group site for up to 80 people. There are some first-come-first-served sites but it is best to get a reservation for your weekend stay. The campground is situated on a large flat beside Hills Creek Reservoir
Salmon Creek Falls Campground
This small, 14-site, campground is in a beautiful setting on Salmon Creek. The rocky, gorge-like, terrain creates two small waterfalls and several deep pools. The sound of the creek will lull you to sleep.
Sand Prairie Campground
This shaded campground provides access to good fishing on the Middle Fork of the Willamette River. 21 family sites are first-come-first-served. The 27-mile Middle Fork Trail begins at the south end of the campground.
Secret is a quaint, 6-site campground, beside the Middle Fork of the Willamette River. The tree cover is scant, but there is adequate vegetation to buffer the campsites from FS Road 21. Fishing in the Middle Fork is fair.
Campers Flat Campground
5 sites are available to first-come-first-served campers on a small flat adjacent to the Middle Fork of the Willamette River. The river drowns out the sound of the traffic on the adjacent Road 21. Fish for Rainbow or Cutthroat Trout. Mountain bikers enjoy Young's Rock Trailhead; across FS Road 21 from the campground's entrance.