Clackamas River Ranger District is southwest of Mt. Hood. The 140,000-acre Riverside Fire that was propelled by the historic Labor Day windstorm has created countless hazard trees and possible slides along many key district roads. Learn more about specific road closures on the district.
Zigzag Ranger District spans 250,000 acres on the south and west side of Mt Hood and is about an hour from Portland.
The district manages one of the region's largest recreation programs including 550 summer homes, 30 developed campgrounds, three ski areas including Timberline Lodge, over 300 miles of trails, and two wilderness areas.
The district also manages the Bull Run Watershed cooperatively with the City of Portland, which supplies drinking water to the Portland metro area.
The Zigzag Ranger District offices are historic, constructed in the 1930s by the CCC.
Scroll down for a list of Zigzag Ranger District recreation sites, sorted by activity.
Pine Point Campground is located on the southwest side of Timothy Lake, in the shadow of Mt. Hood. There are miles of scenic trails surrounding the campground and access to the lake provides endless recreation possibilities. There is a large parking area on the lakeshore for boaters. The campground has barrier-free campsites and restrooms