This small, family campground has 12 campsites, a pleasant 1/2 mile lake trail (
Hebo Lake Loop Trail) and 5 accessible fishing docks around the popular 3 acre lake. At an elevation of 1650 feet, the surrounding forest of western hemlock, Douglas-fir and red alder make the area quite enjoyable on a hot summer day.
The lake is stocked with rainbow trout.
Access to the
Pioneer – Indian Trail is nearby.
An historic picnic shelter built by the Civil Conservation Corps in 1937 is available for day use at the
Hebo Lake Day Use site.
There is a campground host on site and 4 vault toilets. You need to bring your own drinking water.
In 2010, we improved the campground by deepening the lake and adding new picnic tables and fire rings.
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.)
See the full story including other nearby attractions and additional maps from
. At a Glance
$12/Night for single unit, $5/Night for extra vehicle
Early March - November
Vault Toilet (4)
Siuslaw National Forest
Hebo Ranger District General Information
Vault toilets, five fishing platforms, Hebo Lake Loop Trail
Campground Map (pdf ~ 307 kb) Directions:
Located on Forest Service Road 14, 4.5 miles east of Hebo.
From the town of Hebo, OR at U.S. Highway 101, travel ¼ mile south on Highway 22 to Forest Service Road 14. Travel east 4.5 miles to the entrance of the Hebo Lake Campground.