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Emigrant Lake The Point RV Park

New Normal At Your Jackson County Parks

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It’s important to know that this year will not be the same as previous years. There will be required changes to which facilities and amenities are available for use, as well as new rules to help keep our parks open through the summer.

FAQ’s to Jackson County Parks Phased Reopening Plan

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Note: The following FAQ’s are limited to Jackson County owned and operated parks only and do not cover city, state or federal parks. State, city, and federal sites are managed by separate entities and are responsible for establishing reopening plans for their respective properties.

RV PARK IS OPEN YEAR-ROUND.
OAK SLOPE TENT CAMPGROUND IS CLOSED FOR THE SEASON.

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED for ALL CAMPING until further notice. Reservations can be made ONLINE or by phone at (541) 774-8183 with a Minimum of 24-Hours Notice until further notice.

As one of Jackson County Park's most popular destinations, Emigrant Lake has it all. Located just minutes from downtown Ashland, Oregon, the park offers a host of activities for the entire family. Emigrant Lake is a local oasis nestled between the hills of Ashland and a great opportunity to get away from it all without having to go too far from home.

The Point RV Park, OPEN YEAR-ROUND, features 32 sites with full hookups, overlooking beautiful shoreline on the lake's north end. Each site offers water, 50-amp electrical service, sewer, and 14' x 50' pads to accommodate larger RV's.  The RV Park is for Recreational Vehicles ONLY.  Campers without RV's can stay in the Oak Slope Campground.

For a more natural experience, set up camp in one of the 40 basic sites (no hookups) at the Oak Slope Campground, Open mid-March to mid-October.  Small trailers are allowed in the Oak Slope Campground, but anything over 24' is STRONGLY not recommended. 

All campsites include a campfire ring and picnic table and a nearby restroom building in both areas. (No Showers until further notice).  RV Park and Campground Reservations are recommended but not required, and may be made online or by phone through the Parks Office, 15 calendar days to 9 months in advance of the first night's stay.

If you require a larger space, be sure to utilize the Group Campground area. Group Campground area offers several picnic tables, large campfire ring, standing barbecue, horseshoe pit and a restroom building nearby, making it a perfect spot for a family reunion, business retreat, or any larger social gathering. Reservations are required and must be made by phone through the Parks Office.

Elevation:
2241 Feet

ODFW Fishing Report

ODFW Fish Stocking Schedule

Bureau of Reclamation:
Lake Levels

 Wheel Chair AccessibleADA Accessibility
1. Restrooms 2. Parking 3. Picnic Shelters 4. RV Site #13 5. Oak Slope Campsite #33

Amenities & Park Fees

  

RV Park Site Fees:
RV Park Sites are $35/night (Full Hookups) (includes 1 Vehicle) for Recreational Vehicles ONLY
Oak Slope Campground Site Fees:
Campsites are $22/night (No Hookups) (includes 1 vehicle)
RV Park & Campground Additional Fees:
Maximum of 8 people per RV Site/Campsite
Maximum Stay Limit at ALL Jackson County Parks: 14 days out of any 30-day period
Additional Vehicles (limit one) are $6/night
Reservation Fee is $8.00/per site (online) and $10.00/per site (by phone) for Campsites & RV Park Sites.
Firewood is $6.00/bundle

RV Dump Station Onsite
For Registered Campers ONLY

CHECK IN: 2 PM    CHECK OUT: 12 PM

Group Campground Fees:
$175/night

Day Use Park Fees:
Daily Parking Fee is $4.00 per vehicle
(Season Passes - $40)

Open Dates/Hours:
Boat Ramps are Open Year-Round (daylight hours - BOTH RAMPS CLOSED DUE TO LOW WATER LEVELS.)
- Day Use Area
"The Point" RV Park is Open Year-Round
Oak Slope Campground (March - October)
Call for exact dates (541) 774-8183

Location:
5505 Highway 66, Ashland, Oregon, I-5 to Exit 14 (Ashland) Highway 66
Take Highway 66 east about 3.5 miles to Emigrant Lake Park turnoff (left-hand side)





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