Beneath a sheltering canopy of old growth Douglas-fir forest the Clearwater River tumbles into a tranquil pool. The cool, relaxing setting is one of many along the Rogue-Umpqua National Scenic Byway. Facilities 5 campsites with picnic tables and fire pits 2 picnic sites with picnic tables at day use site 2 vault toilets No drinking water No garbage disposal - Please pack it out
So much beauty is on the North Umpqua River. It’s been a while since I stayed at Whitehorse, but I recall it being gorgeous and very private. It’s a small campground, with just five sites. If you’re lucky to get one, you’ll love it. It is also really close to Clearwater and Toketee falls, and the hot springs. Definitely plan a trip up Highway 138. Hit all the falls and then Crater Lake.
I stumbled across this "mini" campground when I was in the area waterfall hunting and staying at nearby Thielsen view campground. This would be a great backup plan, if you find that all other options are exhausted around the area. It is small and primitive with no amenities other than a pit toilet. It does have the falls right at the entrance and is close by many other falls and the Umpqua hot springs. It is in proximity of Diamond Lake and it's many outdoor activities.
Not the greatest spot, but a good 'last resort'.
Love it here the views are great but the mosquitoes will eat you alive!