North Umpqua River

Important: August 1, 2015, Toketee Lake access by boat ramp limited due to lowered water level.  Learn more »

In Southern Oregon, east of Roseburg, the Wild and Scenic North Umpqua River provides spectacular recreation opportunities for rafting, mountain biking, hiking, angling and wildlife observing. Above the Wild and Scenic portion of the North Umpqua River is the North Umpqua Hydroelectric Project. The project has three small reservoirs, Lemolo, Toketee, and Soda Springs. The reservoirs provide multiple recreation opportunities including boating, camping, hiking, biking and fishing. There is also a viewpoint and boat launch at Toketee and a viewpoint at Lemolo Lake. All of the recreation sites are operated and maintained by the Diamond Lake District of the Umpqua National Forest.

For more information about these recreation facilities, visit the Umpqua National Forest’s homepage or call the Diamond Lake District at (541) 498-2531.