This small, family campground has 12 campsites. At an elevation of 1,650 feet, the surrounding forest of western hemlock, Douglas fir and red alder make the area quite enjoyable on a hot summer day. Each site is equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring. Valut toilets are provided but there is no drinking water.
An historic picnic shelter built by the Civil Conservation Corps in 1937 is available for day use at the Hebo Lake Day Use site. The 1/2 mile Hebo Lake Loop Trail is a peasant hike and access to the Pioneer – Indian Trail is nearby. Anglers will find five accessible fishing docks around the popular three-acre lake, which is stocked with rainbow trout.
Check out this video from Travel Oregon's "Grant's Getaways" for great views of the campground. (The Hebo Lake Campground footage is about halfway through the video.)
At a Glance
Open through November 6, 2016.
$12/Night for single unit, $5/Night for extra vehicle
Beach Access Limited to Protect Snowy Plovers March 15 - Sept 15
Beach access near plover nesting areas is limited during their breeding season, March 15 - September 15. In these areas, dry sand beach is CLOSED to entry. Within most plover nesting areas, dogs (on and off leash), kites (including drones), motorized vehicles, non-motorized vehicles (including bicycles) are prohibited in both dry and wet sand beach.
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