All campsites at Broken Arrow Campground (Oregon) are set to open for reservations next week, June 17.
As per a report, Chris Bentley of the Umpqua National Forest said that every year, recreation crews work hard to remove hazardous trees as well as treat water systems, and do necessary work to make sure that campgrounds are in good condition.
Bentley explained that this year, some work was delayed because of the late snow. Reservations for dates prior to June 17 will be refunded.
For those looking for alternatives, these campgrounds are now open either for reservation or first-come-first-served camping:
For more information about camping and other recreation opportunities in the Umpqua National Forest, visit https://www.fs.usda.gov/recmain/umpqua/recreation.
This story originally appeared on K Qen News. Featured image from US Forest Service.