Delta

Lane County, Oregon

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Overview

Known for its access to rafting and drift boat fishing on the McKenzie River, Delta campground, located along a portion of the West Cascades National Scenic Byway, is one of the largest and most scenic campgrounds on the McKenzie District. Access to the river, hiking and mountain biking trails are nearby. Reservations are available May through Mid-September, they can be made at least six months in advance, but must be made at least 4 days prior to your intended arrival date.

Recreation

Cougar Reservoir and Terwilliger Hot Springs make this campground a great spot for camping and exploring the area. Visitors can also enjoy a short botanical walk on the Delta Old Growth Nature Trail. A Day Use area and amphitheater are also available at the campground.

Nearby Attractions

There is a non-motorized boat launch within one mile. Within ten miles there is a motorized boat launch and access to flat water. Hiking and biking trails and Terwilliger Hot Springs are also within ten miles.

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