Perched atop Pickett Butte at an elevation of 3,200 feet, this lookout offers visitors a unique lodging experience in Umpqua National Forest in southwest Oregon.
Regions: Southern Oregon
Packers Cabin was originally built during the 1930s and served as the headquarters for the Forest Service packer who supplied lookouts and field crews by horse or mule pack trains.
Packard Creek is a popular campground on the western side of Hills Creek Reservoir.
Millpond Pavilion is beautifully set along Rock Creek, which flows into the Wild and Scenic North Umpqua River.
Situated along the rocky banks of the Applegate River, the McKee Bridge Community Kitchen is a fantastic day-use picnic shelter and registered National Historic Site.
The Ludlum House is situated at the base of a mixed-conifer forest at the confluence of Wheeler Creek and the Winchuck River in southwestern Oregon, offering guests a
Loon Lake is a popular recreation area 20 miles east of Reedsport, Oregon. It boasts one of the coast's finest campgrounds with a warm, sandy beach.
Lone Pine Group Campground is adjacent to Rock Creek, a tributary of the North Umpqua River.
The guard station at Lodgepole Meadow was built in 1935 by the Civilian Conservation Corps to replace the original station built in 1911.
Lake Selmac is a Josephine County Park offering camping and day use facilities roughly 24 miles from Grants Pass, OR.