Kerby Peak Trail
and the 160
acre Lake Selmac provide the outdoor enthusiasts
with opportunities for hiking, fishing, boating,
sailing and swimming. Lake Selmac Resort has a
well established, hosted 91 site campground, 39
of which have full hook-ups. With an RV dump
station, restrooms and showers, picnic shelters,
ball fields and boat ramps, the resort has all
the amenities for a comfortable stay.
include the Kids
Fishing Derby in June, the Lake Selmac Fly Float
in July and the Iron Horse Rodeo at the end of
June/early July. Open year-round Lake Selmac is
designated as a trophy bass lake by the Oregon
Department of Fish and Wildlife. In addition to
bass, the lake offers trout, crappie, bluegill,
and bullheads. Peak time for bass and trout is
March through August. Selma
Named in 1897 by the postmaster's wife after her
home town in Iowa, Selma is today the gateway to
Southern Oregon's wild and scenic Illinois River
and to the vast Kalmiopsis Wilderness which
stretches 60 miles westward through the
mountains to the Pacific Ocean. The surrounding
trees and mountains create a rustic setting for
the town businesses and services which are
located along a half mile stretch on both sides
of the Redwood Highway 99.
Elevation: around 1400 feet
Zip Code: 97538For Information
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