Jubilee Lake Campground in Umatilla National Forest is a beautiful, high elevation campground that's open from July to November.
The campground is busy during the holidays, particularly in the middle of summer. Even during off days, visitors might find themselves crowded by people visiting the lake for the day. It's an incredibly beautiful spot that offers fishing and opportunities for hiking.
The campground is in the Blue Mountains of Washington and Oregon and includes over 1.4 million acres of land. There are over 715 miles of trails and more than 20 campgrounds, of which Jubilee Lake Campground is one of.
Jubilee Lake Campground: At a Glance
Open Season: July to mid-October (Lake is open after October)
Location: Weston, Oregon
Number of sites: 48 RV and tent spots and 5 tent-only sites
Day use are? Yes.
Jubilee Lake Campground Map
Here is a map to help you make your way to Jubilee Lake Campground.
Here are the most important fees that you need to be aware of if you're going to be camping at Jubilee Lake.
Tent site: $17.00
Standard site: $17.00
Double site: $24.00
Here are the many amentiites that you'll have access to at the campground:
What to Do Nearby
Nearby, you can enjoy a variety of exciting outdoor activities. These include:
Fishing (there are lots of rainbow trout)
Hiking (there are 2.8 miles of hiking trails nearby)
Kayaking and other water sports
About Jubilee Lake
The Jubilee Lake area is a popular outdoor recreation site that offers opportunities for whichever outdoor activity you enjoy. It is a man-made lake in Umatilla National Forest, in the northeast corner of Oregon. The lake touches three counties: Union, Umatilla, and Wallowa and was created in 1968 with the construction of a dam at Motett Creek.
Surface area: 92 acres
Max depth: 45 feet
Shore length: 2.6 miles
The lake's primary outflow is Motett Creek.