Close to highway 138 east, at over 3000’ elevation. Camp ground is small and well suited to tent or pickup campers. Look out for low tree branches. Thielson creek runs through the area.
Primitive hot springs, heavy use and not very safe. Steep scrabble trail up slope to hand dug holes. Toilet paper and human waste around area.
This campground is reminiscent of days gone by. Located along the banks of the beautiful upper North Umpqua River, and the North Umpqua trail campers can enjoy nature. The local area is home to the Toketee Ranger Station, and a unique Historic hydroelectric power generation system. Toketee Lake is well suited to canoe and pontoon fishing. The lake is cold and German Brown trout can be caught on loot or fly. This campground is with in 2 miles of the beautiful Toketee Falls and 5 miles of the stunning Watson Falls. In addition to the North Umpqua Trail the Clearwater trail provides cascading aqua clear waters and cool temps on hot summer days. The area hot springs are disappearing and potentially unsafe. Local residents reported problems with car break ins and in sanitary conditions from over use.
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.