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About Umpqua Hot Springs Trailhead
The trailhead and surrounding area is a Day-Use only site, open from sunrise to sunset. Toketee Lake Campground is the closest overnight campground. Provides access to: Umpqua Hot Springs Trail #1444 North Umpqua Trail Amenities No drinking water Vault toilet Limited garbage disposal - Please pack it out
USDA Forest Service
Umpqua Hot Springs Trailhead is located in Oregon
43.296 N
-122.361 W
Get Directions
From Roseburg, OR, take OR-138 east / northeast Diamond Lake Boulevard. Continue east on Highway 138 and then turn left at milepost 59 onto Forest Road 34. At the bottom of the hill, turn left across the concrete bridge. Go 2.2 miles and turn right onto Forest Road 3401. Proceed 0.7 mile to a parking area on the left.
2 Reviews of Umpqua Hot Springs Trailhead
don’t go here, it sucks...

had a horrible time soaking in the hot springs for 8 hours. definitely wouldn’t go back

First to Review
Technically Day Use Only But...

It seems the new rules that have designated Umpqua Hot Springs Trailhead as "day-use only" aren't quite being listened to by some determined hot springs-loving campers. When I pulled up early on a Friday morning there were several established looking RVs in addition to campers and cars. That took up quite a bit of the parking lot, and what used to be camp sites have clearly been closed up nearby by the forest service.

That rule-breaking aside, the Umpqua Hot Springs Trailhead is easy to reach and the hike, while steep, is fairly easy and definitely short. There are bathrooms both at the trailhead and along the way to the hot springs.

The hot springs themselves were clean and well-maintained and, while nudity is definitely on the menu, all of the other bathers were quiet courteous and respectful.