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Visitor Center - Diamond Lake OR

Diamond Lake Visitor Center – Diamond Lake OR

Date added: June 6, 2022

The visitor center at Diamond Lake, across from the campground, was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in 1938. It is a typical rustic-style building of the northwest forests, with stone foundation and stairs, wood siding, and tree designs… read more

Panther Trailhead sign, North Umpqua Trail - Umpqua National Forest OR

Trails – Umpqua National Forest OR

Date added: June 6, 2022

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built many trails in the Umpqua National Forest, working under the US Forest Service out of several CCC camps (e.g., Steamboat, Illahee). Mention is made of these trails in some information panels around the national… read more

Sign for Eagle Rock campground - Umpqua National Forest OR

Eagle Rock Campground – Umpqua National Forest OR

Date added: June 6, 2022

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) had a camp at Steamboat Creek from 1933 to 1941. It was a US Forest Service camp serving Umpqua National Forest.  The enrollees made many improvements along the North Umpqua River, including campgrounds, trails and… read more

Gazebo by Illahee Flats OR

Illahee Flats CCC Camp – Umpqua National Forest OR

Date added: June 6, 2022

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) had a camp at Illahee Flats, in the North Umpqua River Valley in Oregon.  We do not know the exact years the camp was active, but enrollees from this camp almost certainly built the wooden… read more

Apple Creek campground - North Umpqua National Forest OR

Apple Creek Campground – Umpqua National Forest OR

Date added: June 5, 2022

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) had a camp at Steamboat Creek from 1933 to 1941. It was a US Forest Service camp serving Umpqua National Forest.  The enrollees made many improvements along the North Umpqua River, including campgrounds, trails and… read more

Entrance sign for Island campground - North Umpqua National Forest OR

Island Campground – Umpqua National Forest OR

Date added: June 5, 2022

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) had a camp at Steamboat Creek from 1933 to 1941.  The enrollees made many improvements around area in Umpqua National Forest, working under the US Forest Service, including campgrounds, trails and bridges. One of the… read more

Shelter, Canton Creek campground - Steamboat OR

Canton Creek Campground – Steamboat OR

Date added: June 5, 2022

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), working out of the Steamboat CCC Camp under the US Forest Service built four campgrounds nearby, including Canton Creek.  The campgrounds were all built sometime between 1933 and 1941, probably earlier than later in this… read more

Section on CCC in informational panel on Steamboat OR

Steamboat CCC Camp – Steamboat OR

Date added: June 5, 2022

There was a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) on Steamboat Creek,  ~1.5 miles up Steamboat Road from Highway 138, along this tributary of the North Umpqua River.   We were not able to locate a likely site for the camp on… read more

Mott Bridge - Steamboat OR

Mott Bridge – Steamboat OR

Date added: June 5, 2022

Mott Bridge was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in 1935-36.  It is the one remaining wooden bridge of several the CCC constructed in the Umpqua River canyon. It was the work of enrollees from the Steamboat CCC camp… read more

Glide Ranger Station - Glide OR

Glide Ranger Station – Glide OR

Date added: June 5, 2022

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built the ranger station in Glide OR at the confluence of the North Umpqua River and Little River, in 1938. The building style is wood and stone, with plank siding, a typical Forest Service rustic… read more

Sign for Colliding Rivers viewpoint - Glide OR

Colliding Rivers Overlook – Glide OR

Date added: June 5, 2022

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built the Colliding Rivers Overlook (or Viewpoint), where the North Umpqua and Little Rivers come together. The work as presumably done in 1938, the same year the CCC constructed the Glide Ranger Station just across… read more

Humbug Mountain State Park Picnic Area 

Humbug Mountain State Park – Port Orford OR

Date added: June 5, 2022

  In 1934, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) initiated the development of Humbug Mountain State Park. From their camp, located on park property, the CCC enrollees undertook construction of roads and a trail to the top of Humbug Mountain, benches… read more