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RV Hookups
Potable water
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Hobo Camp is a small roadside campground in the Umpqua National Forest. It offers easy access to Brice Creek via a short trail near the entrance of the site. The creek provides a perfect opportunity for a dip during the hot summer months and is a popular spot for day use. While the accommodations are primitive, the site is free of charge, open year round, and near many great trails, including Parker Falls.

The campground offers four campsites and one group campsite. Three campsites are nestled between the forest road and Brice Creek. Across the road is a single vault toilet as well as a fourth individual campsite and a larger group campsite. The creekside sites are very small; the remaining individual site and group site are larger and slightly more secluded. All sites include a picnic table and fire ring. Sites are not numbered.

There is no potable water here, so you'll have to bring your own or treat water from Brice Creek. Garbage service is not available, so please pack out anything you bring.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)


Parking Pass

Not Required


Creekside campsites. Free.


Traffic noise. No amenities.

Pets allowed

Allowed with Restrictions

Managed by

Forest Service


Vault toilet
Swimming holes
Picnic tables



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