Little John Sno-Park & Campground
This site is primarily a shared use winter recreation area, but also has a campground for use in the summer. Information board, warming shelter and a vault toilet are available. Room for 40 vehicles. Trailer parking allowed.
The snow play hill is limited to inner tubes and sliding discs only. No sleds, toboggans, snowboards, skis, snowmobiles, etc. Please read safety information posted on the information board at the snow play hill. Many serious injuries occur here due to unsafe behavior.
- Adult supervision at all times
- Everyone, but especially children under 12, should wear helmets when enjoying winter sports
- Only one tube on a run at a time
- Walk up the hill on the sides to avoid collisions
Little John Campground is open for first come, first served camping during summer months and is managed by the Forest Service. While use can be heavy in the winter, it's generally less busy during the summer months.
At a Glance
|Reservations:||Campground use is first come, first served during summer months.|
|Fees:||Winter: Sno-park permit required.
Summer: Campground fees are $10/campsite/night. Cash or check only.
|Permit Info:||State of Oregon Sno-Park permit required November 1 through April 30.|
|Restrictions:||Only tubes or plastic sleds allowed on hill. PROHIBITED: Snowmobiles, sleds, toboggans, skis, and snowboards.|
|Closest Towns:||Hood River, OR|
|Restroom:||Vault Toilet (1)|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
|Information Center:||Hood River Ranger District: (541) 352-6002|
General InformationDirections: 30 miles south of Hood River on Oregon Highway 35.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Camping is allowed on a first come, first served basis from about May through October each year. Fee for a campsite is $10/night.
Please read safety information posted on the information board at the snow play hill. Many serious injuries occur here due to unsafe behavior.