Clearwater Falls Campground is located along the Rogue-Umpqua National Scenic Byway. The Clearwater River meanders through old growth Douglas fir forest, surrounded by picturesque moist green foliage. Clearwater Falls separates the campground into two sections with one section situated above the falls. Facilities 9 campsites with picnic tables and fire pits 4 picnic sites with picnic tables and fire pits 3 vault toilets No drinking water No garbage disposal - Please pack it out
Beautiful waterfall and cold clear river running through old growth evergreen forest. Easy access off of highway 138 east - limited turn around area for larger RVs.
We got in at about 9:00 pm and had to leave the following morning at 8:00. The vault toilet was clean and not especially stinky. The campsite was large and very flat, with a picnic table and fire ring. There is a nice waterfall right nearby and the surrounding first is beautiful.
This campround is a lot like the nearby Whitehorse falls campground. Very small and primitive, but with a waterfall right in the park. It is also just down the road from Diamond Lake and is close by many other waterfall destinations. I would think that this would also be a good spot to use as a backup plan if all other grounds were full. It was very busy when I visited, but found if I stayed for a bit and took the less popular trail, I had that side of the falls to myself. Very peaceful once the crowd dies down.
Peaceful and relaxing. A great, cheap place to crash the night. Lots of mosquitoes due to proximity to water…but would 1000000% stay again in a heartbeat!!