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General Information

Description - Lemolo Lake Resort is a private resort on the Umpqua National Forest. It is an equal opportunity service provider, operating under special-use permit administrated by the USDA Forest Service, Umpqua National Forest. Bunker Hill, East Lemolo, Inlet and Poole Creek campgrounds are all on site. Facilities include cabins, trailer hookups, a trailer sanitation station, a boat ramp, boat rentals, boat moorage, gasoline, supplies, meals, showers, and laundry.

In addition, the area includes a full service resort operating under special use permit from the Umpqua National Forest including: motel units and Swiss chalets, a restaurant, a lounge, groceries, gasoline, propane, fishing licenses, and boat rentals and boat ramp. An RV park which includes full hookup or electricity and water hookup only, a dump station, bathrooms,showers, and a Landromat is within this area as well.

Attractions - Located on site are the Bunker Hill, Poole Creek, Inlet and East Lemolo campgrounds. In addition, is an RV park and full service resort. Activities range from hiking, biking and picnicking to swimming, fishing and boating in Lemolo Lake.

Recreation - Activities include hiking, biking, picnicking, fishing, swimming and water play, boating, and camping.

Climate - Climate on the Umpqua changes with elevation. The area receives a high amount of precipitation. Much of the precipitation comes from October to April in the form of rain at the low elevations and as wet heavy snow in the higher elevations. Although snow is possible in the lowest elevations, it is infrequent. Much of the Umpqua National Forest is at the 3000-4000 foot elevation and averages about 60 inches of rain per year. Late spring, summer and early autumn tend to bring clear, sunny days with moderate temperatures.

Location - The Lemolo Lake Recreation Area is located in the eastern portion of the Umpqua National Forest and can be accessed from Roads 2610, 2614, and 2612.


Current Conditions & Trip Reports

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Filed By: Sa by (Los Angeles, CA)
Number of People Encountered: 0-10 ppl
Recommend to a Friend: Highly
Report: Its as close to perfect wilderness as you can get while enjoying the comfort of a nice little resort with well provided basic amenitites. The Lake is serene and beautiful with conifer covered mountains yawning down on it wrapped in a world of clouds with a listless, temperamental beauty - melancholy and calm. If you are looking for some peace and refuge away from the city life... this is it. Do not miss the falls nearby specially Tokete and Lemolo falls.

Number of People Encountered: 0-10 ppl
Recommend to a Friend: Highly
Report: Lemolo lake is a trip of its own you have to really love the outdoors to appriciate this place. the fishing is good if you Know about fishing best times to go are the mornig or late in the after noon. The staff is wonderful there very conferting. Its is also close to a lot of othere lakes and rivers. so when you stay be a little opptimistic and you will have a good time.

Number of People Encountered: 11-25 ppl
Recommend to a Friend: Not Recommended
Report: Stay in 7/03 - Cabins outrageously priced and are not in good condition. Not very clean and we ended up sleeping with a cockroach. Not alot to do at the lake. Ended up cancelling remainder of stay and headed up to Diamond Lake.

Number of People Encountered: 11-25 ppl
Recommend to a Friend: Highly
Report: Good German Brown fishing in the AM with a boat. Cabins need some work. New proprietors intend to clean things up.

Number of People Encountered: 50+ ppl
Recommend to a Friend: Not Recommended
Report: Very rustic, not for family or ski boats.Fishing is poor at best.Limited activity and services. Bad roads.Cabins high $$$ and falling apart.Odd smells. Lots of party people on weekends (locals) Rowdy hunters-many fire hazards.


More Information

Contact Information:
Lemolo Lake Resort, P.O. Box 147 , Idleyld Park, OR, 97447, Phone: 541-793-3300

Additional Information:
Diamond Lake Ranger District - The Diamond Lake Ranger District encompasses the eastern portion of the Umpqua National Forest and includes the Boulder Creek, Mount Thielsen and a portion of the Rogue-Umpqua Divide wildernesses.
Oregon Lakes and Reservoirs - This list includes some of Oregon's largest reservoirs, as well as several smaller mountain lakes. These sites offer a full range of water-based outdoor recreation opportunities.
Southern Oregon - Southern Oregon offers a balanced mix of natural, historical and cultural attractions. The centerpiece of Southern Oregon is Crater Lake National Park, Oregons only National Park. Crater Lake is 1,932 feet deep, the deepest lake in the United States.

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