Camp Ten (Olallie Lake) Campground

Area Status: Closed

Located on Olallie Lake, Camp Ten offers non-motorized boating, fishing and numerous trails available throughout Olallie Lake Scenic Area. Olallie Campgrounds are remote and do not have drinking water but they have many other amenities.

Trails available throughout Olallie Lake Scenic Area.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Sites south of the Olallie Lake, including Peninsula CG, Horseshoe Lake CG, and Skyline Road, suffered extensive damage in Lionshead Fire and subsequent winter storm blowdown.
Camp Ten Campground might open in late summer 2023, depending on work completed - to be determined. Check Olallie Lake Resort for updates.
Reservations: First come, first served.
Fees: Camping:
  • $15/night for single site
  • $20/night for premium site
  • $5/night for extra vehicle
Payment is made with cash or check at the campground drop box or to an Olallie Lake Resort employee. Credit or debit cards not accepted.
Open Season: June - October
Usage: Medium-Heavy
Restrictions: Check out Olallie Lake Resort's campgrounds webpage for more information.
  • Maximum vehicle length: 16 feet
Closest Towns: Detroit, OR
Water: Bring your own drinking water.
Restroom: Vault Toilet (1)
Passes: Camping: 50% discount for single site camping with any of these passes: Interagency Senior, Interagency Acces, Golden Age or Golden Access.
Operated By: Concessionaire (Olallie Lake Rustic Resort, LLC)
Information Center:

General Information


From Estacada, OR - Take Hwy 224, which turns into FR 46, to Ripplebrook Ranger Station. Continue about 22 miles and then turn left onto FR 4690. In about 9 miles turn right onto FR 4220 (at the gate) and continue 5 miles to the resort. The road around the lake is closed at the resort to vehicles (it would wrap around and reconnect with FR 46 closer to Detroit if it were open).

From Portland, OR - Take Hwy 26 to FR 42 (Timothy Lake/Skyline Rd turnoff). Continue on FR 42 for 18 miles on a two-lane road, when it will then turn into a one-land road. Continue on FR 42 (single lane) for about 4.5 miles and turn left onto FR 4220. Continue 3 miles on paved FR 4220 and then 4 miles on gravel FR 4220 to the Olallie gate. Continue 5 more miles on FR 4220 to the resort. (From Portland, you can take I-84 E to Hwy 26, or Hwy 224 to Hwy 212 to Hwy 26.)

General Notes:

FR 46 is only open to the Mt. Hood-Willamette National Forest border. You cannot reach Detroit from Estacada via FR 46 at this time. Check out the fire recovery FAQs for more information. 

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Campground Camping

No. of Sites 10 single site(s)
Reservation Info Not reservable
No. of Accessible sites None

RV Camping

Reservation Info Not reservable
Pavement Type for Parking No
Hookup - Water No
Hookup - Sewer No
Dump Stations No
Hookups - Electric No

Lake and Pond Fishing

Fishing in Ollalie Lake.

Day Hiking

Hiking trails wind throughout the lake-filled Olallie Lake scenic area, including the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, which heads south into the Mount Jefferson Wilderness.


Access to the Pacific Crest Trial. See day hiking description.


Boating - Non-Motorized

Canoeing in Ollalie Lake

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities


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