This high elevation, spruce fir surrounded campground is the largest and most popular campground on the Umatilla National Forest. Jubilee Lake is nestled among the trees and the lake provides a beautiful setting for day-use as well as camping. This site is known for good fishing and swimming and is a wonderful way to escape the summer heat.
Jubilee Lake campground offers a variety of recreational actitivies for visitors of all abilities, including fishing and hiking trails.
Jubilee Lake campground offers a variety of recreational actitivies for visitors of all abilities, including fishing, crawfishing, a 2.8 mile hiking trail, boating (non-motorized or electric trolling motor only), and wildlife viewing.
This campground includes 48 tent/rv sites, 5 tent only sites, 4 vault toilets, 5 flush toilets, a boat ramp, and a day use area. Potabale water is located throughout the campground and trash service is provided. The 2.8 mile Jubilee Lake National Recreation Trail offers a pleasent 2.8 mile stroll around the lake.
The Umatilla National Forest is located in the Blue Mountains of southeast Washington and northeast Oregon and offers a vast selection of majestic scenery and recreational opportunities. It covers 1.4 million acres of diverse landscapes and plant communities. The Forest has some mountainous terrain, but most of the Forest consists of v-shaped valleys separated by narrow ridges or plateaus. The landscape also includes heavily timbered slopes, grassland ridges and benches, and bold basalt outcroppings. Elevations range from 1,600 to 8,000 feet above sea level. Changes in weather are common, but summers are generally warm and dry with cool evenings. Cold, snowy winters and mild temperatures during spring and fall can be expected.
The unincorporated town of Tollgate is located 11.5 miles southwest of the campground. It has a store/resteraunt with gas being available. The 177,423 acre Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness Area is accessable, via the Timothy Springs Trailhead, 7.8 miles northeast of the campground.