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Summer’s recreation centers around Mt. Biking, Hiking, Camping, Water Sports, Site seeing in Crater Lake National Park, the Umpqua National Forest, along the Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway, and just old fashion relaxing. Diamond Lake Recreation Area has a full service tackle shop and marina offering fishing boats & motors, patio boats, bumper boats, canoes, kayaks, water bikes & mountain bike rentals.

Charter fishing service for rainbow trout is also available. Facilities include a boat moorage for private boats and full service marina, a cafe, a family dining room, a pizza parlor, guest cabins, motel units, a grocery store, cocktail lounge, coin operated laundry, and Texaco service station.

Diamond Lake Resort is three miles from the Diamond Lake RV Park, a privately owned and operated summer RV park at the south end of Diamond Lake. There are three United States Forest Service Campgrounds, Diamond Lake, Thielsen View and Broken Arrow, which offer over 400 camping sites around Diamond Lake.

The area features the Diamond Lake RV Park and three campgrounds, Broken Arrow, Diamond Lake and Thielsen View, with over 400 campsites. The area is also one of the most popular sites in the northwest for snowmobiling. On site is a charter fishing service for Rainbow Trout of up to 10 pounds.

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