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Broken Arrow Campground

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Reviewed 5 October 2016

When wishing to explore Crater Lake I opted to stay at the campground due to the proximity to the entrance of Crater lake NP. The campsite was large and had a view of the lake. Bathrooms and showers were clean and water was hot. I would stay here again and recommend to others.

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Chico, California
Reviewed 24 June 2016

I stayed in the group site at Broken Arrow Campground. The campground is about 1/4 mile from the south shore boat ramp. Cannot see the lake from the campground. The bathrooms are clean, One building has showers. The forest is thinned, with wood stacked around for firewood. Not too picturesque, but uncrowded and quiet. This was in mid June. The...

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3Thank bbilson
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 5 September 2015

As national park and national forest campgrounds go, this is pretty nice. BIG campsites (though not as many trees as you might expect between sites). Close bathrooms. A centrally located shower facility which is big enough...except when a bunch of firemen suddenly show up all at once. The shower is actually free, though they ask for donations. Part is reservation...

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1Thank SeattleBasedVagabond
Fayetteville
Reviewed 1 August 2015

There are a ton of campsites here, but not many people. Even on a Saturday night, early July. My friend and I also stayed Sunday night, which was great because it was even fewer people and even quieter than the night before. We were able to have a campfire both nights. The wood we bought from the local pizza joint/shop...

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1Thank 25Stefan25
Reviewed 28 August 2014

The wasn't the most beautiful campsite we had. There were trees, but thinned out. The campground is large and has restrooms with water close to all the sites. There are also showers in the middle of the campground for a small fee that were very clean. The light from the restrooms ruined star gazing, but overall it was a good...

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2Thank Worldtex
Newberg
Reviewed 5 August 2014

My family has come to Broken Arrow for a number of years. We enjoy the site and Diamond Lake. Usually it's been about half full. This year we arrived on a Monday afternoon and left on Friday morning. I think there are 120 camp sites and we counted a total of 6 people the whole week! Other camp sites around...

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4Thank Dennis L
New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Reviewed 4 September 2013

Stayed at the campground across the lake from Mt. Thielsen and was delighted to find cut firewood, clean campsites and good swimming. As campsites go, this was a good find and I would recommend it to anyone looking to visit Crater Lake.

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5Thank Ben D
Yamholl
Reviewed 22 May 2013

Summer of 2012.... Outstanding host. Best camp ground for family. Showers, flush toilets, lots of sunshine. Least mosquitos of all camp grounds. Been coming to diamond lake for last 4 years. Most favorite place to stay. If you plan on camping on any of the high lakes in Oregon You can plan on mosquitos. Bring 40 deat repelent and will...

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9Thank William C
Oregon
Reviewed 5 September 2012

First off, I would just like to point out that if you go to a lake in the middle of the summer, there are going to be many mosquitos, that's a given. Go when it's colder and there won't be an issue. This campground is quiet and lovely. The host for the F loop is so friendly and super helpful....

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1Thank OregonSnowflake
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 24 July 2011

When we first got to Broken Arrow, there was a cloud of mosquitos practically tapping on the window of our car. It was horrible and there was no way to keep them away. We had 5 cans of OFF DEEP WOODS bug spray, fires that were lit all day, and 2 citronella candles that were lit all day also. The...

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Address: 2020 Toketee Ranger Station Rd, Diamond Lake, OR 97447-9819
Region: United States > Oregon > Diamond Lake
Number of rooms: 117
Also Known As:
Broken Arrow Campground Hotel Diamond Lake
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“Not as nice as loops A,B, or C. Quiet and secluded.”
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