Reservations possible?
RV Hookups
Potable water
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Believe it or not, Lund Park Campground was once the home of a minor metropolis, complete with a post office and a hotel.  Then called Lund Park, the area was a popular stop on the Knott Trail, a mining route from Cottage Grove to Bohemia.  This history may explain the unique layout of the campground. Ten sites are stretched out over one-quarter of a mile on a ridge between Brice Creek and Brice Creek Road.  The first few are right at the entrance, a few more lay along the campground road, and the rest are gathered at the end of the road in their own little cul-de-sac, situated where buildings one stood.

Lund is now a place to stay and not much more.  Aside from the basic picnic table and fire pit campsites, there are two vault toilets, which is fine for the number of sites but difficult given the area of the campground.  Lund does not offer potable water.  Brice Creek is close enough to all of the sites to drown out any road noise, and the campground is centrally located for several hikes. 

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)


Parking Pass

Not Required


Close to hiking and swimming.


Sites are close to the road. No potable water.

Pets allowed


Managed by

Umpqua National Forest


Vault toilet
Swimming holes

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Most of the sites are now reserveable for the summer
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