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Top Dispersed Camping near Oakridge, OR

Looking for dispersed camping near Oakridge? Dispersed camping is an excellent way to get away from it all and to disconnect. You're sure to find the perfect dispersed campsite for your Oregon excursion.

Best Dispersed Camping Sites Near Oakridge, OR (20)

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      Mount Thielsen Wilderness

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      538 Saves
      Diamond Lake, Oregon

      Mt. Thielsen Wilderness encompasses 54,914 acres and runs along the crest of the Cascades 80 miles east of Roseburg and just north of Crater Lake National Park. Elevations range from 5,000' to the 9,182' summit of Mount Thielsen. Born of the same volcanic activity that created Crater Lake, this is the land of fire and ice.

      Much of the Mount Thielsen Wilderness is made up of high alpine forests and open meadows. The terrain is moderate but becomes very steep toward the crest of the Cascade Mountains. Timberline stands at about 7,200 feet, just above a forest of mountain hemlock and fir mixed with whitebark pine. Lodgepole pine dominates the vegetation at lower elevations. The many streams in the area carry a substantial amount of snowmelt in spring.

      The Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail winds through the Mount Thielsen Wilderness for 26 miles along the summit of the Cascade Range. For a more serene wilderness adventure, hike into Lake Lucille or Maidu Lake on the North Umpqua Trail #1414. The trail passes over deep pumice that was deposited when Mt. Mazama erupted to form Crater Lake. The famed North Umpqua Wild and Scenic River begins at Maidu on its long trek to the Pacific Ocean.

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        Lemolo Forebay

        3 Reviews
        55 Saves
        Clearwater, Oregon
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        • ADA Access
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        Rock Creek Dispersed Camping

        2 Reviews
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        80 Saves
        La Pine, Oregon
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        • Standard (Tent/RV)
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        NF 2612 Dispersed Camping

        1 Review
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        42 Saves
        Diamond Lake, Oregon

        Many people enjoy the solitude of camping away from developed campgrounds. Many people prefer to drive out on a Forest Service road and pitch their tent near a stream or at a spot with a nice view. Call any of our ranger stations for recommendations about where to camp.

        Be aware that some areas may be closed to dispersed camping and that campfires may be prohibited in the summer, so call a ranger station ahead of time to ask. Generally, you cannot camp within a mile of developed recreation areas such as trailheads or picnic areas. Also, you cannot camp on the Forest for longer than 14 days at a time or more than 28 days in a year.

        There are usually no facilities or services available to dispersed campers, such as trash removal or toilets. Please practice Leave No Trace by using existing sites when possible, packing out your trash, camping 100 feet from water, and digging a 6-8 inch hole for human waste.

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        • Equestrian
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          Millsite Forest Dispersed Camping

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          55 Saves
          Diamond Lake, Oregon

          Millsite Forest Camp is a campsite in Oregon. Millsite Forest Camp is situated nearby to Thielsen Forest Camp and southeast of Toolbox Meadows.

          There are 6-15 campsites at this location and the maximum RV length is 25 feet. You may stay up to 14 days at Millsite.

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