Jubilee Lake

Umatilla National Forest

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National Forest Development Road 250 Union, OR 509-522-6290 541-278-3716 Official Website

GPS: 45.828, -117.964

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Overview of Jubilee Lake

Number of Sites 115

Elevation 4,724 ft / 1,439 m

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Reviews of Jubilee Lake 2 people have reviewed this location.

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5 reviews
“Remote Campground I’m Pretty Lake”

Reviewed 7/22/2022

Nightly rate: $17
Days stayed: 3
Site Number: 20
Overall Rating

Campsites are nicely spaced apart and there are a great mix of tent, small rv and a few for larger rvs too. The lake is pretty and had a lot of fish in it. Posted that there is a camp host on-site but they were never there. There’s a fun rope swing off the round the lake trail. Tons of water faucets with great water. Garbage cans everywhere but still there was a ton of trash and cigarette butts all over the campground and picnic areas (the worst I’ve seen in any campground in a long time). A lot of the lake edge is mucky but if you hunt you can find some good swimming areas. The road from Elgin is 13 miles of dirt roads. Be prepared!

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9 reviews
“Best campground in the Blue Mountains ”

Reviewed 3/13/2022

Nightly rate: $17
Days stayed: 2
Site Number: 8
RV Length: 30' (Travel Trailer)
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In my opinion, Jubilee Lake Campground is by far the best campground in the Blue Mountains proper. Located in the heart of the northern Blues on the shores of man-made Jubilee Lake, the campground offers both pull-through and back-in sites of varying lengths. We had no problems pulling our 30 foot trailer attached to a 20 foot tow vehicle into site number 8, with plenty of room to spare. With the roads and turns in the campground being fairly wide, I would have been comfortable maneuvering a much larger rig in and out of our site. The big draw here is camping in the forest of the high Blues….and Jubilee Lake. The nearly 3 mile long hike around the lake is on a well graded trail, partly paved from the campground to the dam. We have hiked this often with our children from a very young age well into the teenage years. The only real drawbacks of this campground is that this is dry camping (water is available most of the season at designated faucets throughout the campground, but was already shut off when we visited in the fall), cell service is non existent, and the tree canopy limits solar use. Bring your own water, and don’t hesitate to use your generator if needed (be sure to observe quiet hours); we weren’t the only ones using ours in the morning and nobody seemed to mind. Overall, this is a great campground and I would recommend it for medium to large rigs that don’t mind the 12 mile drive on gravel Forest Road 64 from Highway 204 just past Tollgate. Added bonus: this popular campground is now reservable through Recreation.gov.

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GritnGrace would stay here again

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