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BROKEN ARROW CAMPGROUND (OR)



Created: 2010/09/24 07:43 AM        Last Updated: 2010/09/24 07:43 AM


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Camp Details Camp Name: BROKEN ARROW CAMPGROUND (OR)
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Diamond Lake is one quarter mile away. Views of Mt. Bailey and Mt. Thielsen can be seen through the pine trees.

There are four Group areas in Broken Arrow: J-Loop consists of 12 individual camp sites, K-loop consists of 5 individual site, M-Loop consists of 7 individual campsites, and N-Loop consists of 5 sites.
The loops that are available to reserve were designed for individual camp units. These loops are offered as a group area, so that families and groups can be assured they will all camp in the same area.

There is 117 non-reservable (first come, first serve) individual family sites.
There is 13 reservable individual family sites (I1-I13).



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Latitude:43.3653934
Longitude:-123.4684175

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vLocated 80 miles east of Roseburg on Hwy 138 at the south end of Diamond Lake, or 80 miles from Medford on Hwys 62 and 230. Crater Lake National Park is 6 miles to the south.


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