CAMPFIRES PROHIBITED at ALL Jackson County Parks starting midnight tonight, July 19, 2018. Due to recent fires, high temperatures, and dry conditions, the Oregon Department of Forestry has raised fire danger level to EXTREME. Due to this new notification, we have banned campfires at ALL of our Jackson County Parks, including campgrounds at Emigrant Lake, around Howard Prairie Lake, Willow Lake, Rogue Elk, Southern Oregon RV, and Cantrall Buckley parks. With fire crews stretched to their limit and the current EXTREME FIRE DANGER LEVEL, we have decided to ban campfires at all Jackson County Parks, until further notice. We will update our website if there are any changes. Thank you for your cooperation during these extreme conditions.
Cabin, Yurt, and Campsite Reservations can be made Online or by Phone (541) 774-8183, up to 9 months in advance and a minimum of 15 days in advance of your desired arrival date. Less than 15 days of your arrival date is First Come First Serve.
Willow Lake, a wooded escape set at the base of Mt. McLoughlin, offers an accessible retreat from the hustle and bustle work week. Just 7.5 miles east of the City of Butte Falls, Willow Lake is a short drive and an excellent opportunity to enjoy a peaceful day at the lake and take in the picturesque views. With an expansive 927 acres, including 4.4 miles of lake frontage, recreational activities include hiking, swimming, fishing for trout, bass or crappie, camping and boating. Willow Lake can accommodate anyone from the most avid outdoor enthusiast to someone just wanting to escape for a while.
Perfect for the family vacation, romantic getaway or business retreat, each of the four cabins at Willow Lake offers two bedrooms, a bathroom with shower, a dining/living area, and a kitchen. For those wanting to get back to nature and still enjoy some of the comforts of home, the cabins at Willow Lake are just the right fit. Cabin Reservations are 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.
For a more traditional experience, set up camp in one of the 32 tent sites or try one of the 31 hookup sites to keep your stay as relaxing as possible. All sites come complete with campfire ring w/grate and picnic tables and restroom/shower building is nearby. Campsite 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 with its 11 sites, and can accommodate up to 150 people and 15-20 recreational vehicles, making it a perfect spot for a family reunion, business retreat, or any larger social gathering. Group Camp Reservations are required and must be made by phone through the Parks Office.
For the best of both worlds, try one of our brand new cozy Yurts. Each of our two Yurts are furnished with a full Futon sofa, one single/double-sized bunk bed, coffee table, outdoor campfire ring w/grate, picnic table, and a locking door. Yurt Reservations are 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.
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1. Restroom (near Boat Ramp) 2. Parking 3. Yurt #2