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Steamboat Falls Campground

Contact Info
Umpqua National Forest
18782 N. Umpqua Hwy
Glide, OR

Phone:
541-496-3532
Basics
Number of Sites:
10 sites
Elevation:
1400 feet

Description

This campground offers some excellent scenery. Although Steamboat Creek is closed to all fishing, summer visitors often see large steelhead trout attempting to jump the falls during their spawning runs.

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Details

Season
June 1 to December 1
Elevation
1400 feet
Basic Info
Total Sites:
10 sites
More Site Details
Max RV Length:
20 feet
Additional Details

Amount of use : Light

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From the North Umpqua Ranger Station, (16 miles east of Roseburg on State Highway 138), take Highway 138 east for 23 miles to Road 38, Steamboat Creek Road. Continue on Road 38 to Road 3810 and turn right. Cross the bridge, stay to the left, and continue on 3810 for 1 mile to Steamboat Falls Campground.


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