• Toketee Falls

    A cascading water fall that plunges 80 ft over a sheer wall of volcanic basalt.

  • White Water Rafting the North Umpqua River

    The North Umpqua river is world class, with more white water per mile than any other river in Oregon. Guides services are available  for half, full and 2 day tours. Enjoy class 2, class 3 and class 4 white water.

  • Watson Falls

    Watson falls is the tallest water fall in southern Oregon at 270 feet. 2nd only to Multnomah falls. It offers a fantastic wooded hike and the opportunity to frolic at the base of the falls.

  • Camper Cabin Rentals

    Cabins 15 and 16 epitomize Glamping (glamorous camping) with king size beds, linens, microwave, refrigerator, flat screen with DVD, WiFi, coffee maker and thermostat heaters. Enjoy the great outdoors without the need of a tent.  

  • The North Umpqua Trail

    The North Umpqua trail travels over 79 miles, providing 12 primary trail heads and access to segments varying from 3.5 to 15.7 miles in length. Whether you’re hiking, horse back riding, mountain biking, photographing, fishing or site seeing the trail abounds the spectacular beauty of the Umpqua National forest.

  • Crater Lake National Park

    All of this beauty, just an hour from the resort was once a towering 12000 ft volcano, mt. Mazama violently erupted 7700 years ago creating the deepest lake on the continent (1932 ft deep). The caldera created from the clapse of the mountain upon itself filled with pure snow melt creating vibrant shades of blue.

About Us

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Hello & Thank You!   Umpqua's Last Resort, Wilderness RV Park & Campground is nestled along the North Umpqua River with-in the Umpqua National Forest. This region of the Oregon Cascade Mountains is commonly referred to as "Oregon's Emerald-Jewel Gateway" to Crater Lake National Park. Spectacular marble river views, volcanic formations, thundering waters, and towering firs are just the beginning... the North Umpqua River is World Class!

Settled in the community of Dry Creek, 27-miles east of Idleyld Park [Idle-wild Park] on the North Umpqua River, Umpqua's Last Resort hosts twenty 50/30/20amp Full Hook-up RV Sites, two vacation homes, four Camper Cabin Rentals, several Water & Electric Tent Sites, Group Camping, heated Shower House & Restroom, automatic Laundry, satellite Wireless Internet, access to the North Umpqua River & Dry Creek.

Umpqua's Last Resort "Signature Services" range from personalized Ceremony & Wedding Planning, groups and events hosting, Group Catering, Chauffeur, Town Cars & Limo service, Umpqua Winery Tours, and a selection of Scenic Wilderness Attractions, Sporting Guides, white water rafting tours, shuttle services for river, mountain biking as well as hiking, and a friendly Camp Concierge team.

Umpqua's Last Resort is a "privately-owned" recreational vehicle park & campground located on exclusive "private-property" with-in the Umpqua National Forest. As a proud equal-opportunity recreation provider we thank you for your interest.

Happy Camping, "The Umpqua Team"

THINK LOCAL - UMPQUA "Supporting Local Farms and Independent Businesses in Douglas County"

Crater Lake

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Crater Lake is one of the most magnificent of our area’s attractions. The North entrance is only about an hour’s drive from Umpqua’s Last Resort, making it a wonderful day-trip destination. Along the way, stop and enjoy numerous waterfalls, including Watson Falls (the tallest in Southern Oregon) Toketee Falls, or stop at the North Umpqua Hot Springs for a dip in a series of heated thermal pools perched on a cliff beside the river.

Enjoy a picnic lunch from the Dry Creek Deli and spend some time hiking around Crater Lake’s unique Wizard Island- (accessible via boat ride during the summertime)

Crater Lake is known worldwide for clarity and unbelievably deep blue color. Formed when the caldera volcano Mount Mazama erupted over 7700 years ago, there are no rivers coming into or out of the lake. Crater Lake’s volume is maintained by snowfall and rainfall. It is the deepest lake in the United States at 1,949 feet and the ninth deepest in the world.