Lake Harriet Campground/Day Use

Area Status: Open
This area is Open

Lake Harriet Campground sits on the eastern shores of crystal clear Lake Harriet. It is located between the Oak Grove Fork of the Clackamas River, which flows into the lake, and the nearby forest highway. It is a great location for camping, fishing and boating. The campground is wheelchair accessible and has an accessible fishing dock.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 05/29/20: Site opening for the season. Some facilities & restrooms may not be open. Be prepared and pack-out what you brought with you.
Reservations: Campsites can be reserved by calling Toll Free 1-877-444-6777 (International 518-885-3639 or TDD 877-833-6777). Questions: call PGE Parks, 503-464-8515
Open Season: Memorial Day Weekend - Mid-September
Usage: Heavy
Restrictions: Vehicles 30 ft. max
Closest Towns: Estacada, OR
Water: Potable Water
Restroom: Vault Toilet
  • Camping: 50% discount for single site camping with any of these passes: Interagency Senior, Interagency Access, Golden Age or Golden Access.
  • Day use: Northwest Forest Pass or federal interagency passes may be used as a form of fee payment.
Operated By: Portland General Electric
Information Center: PGE:  503-464-8515.

General Information


From Estacada, OR - take OR-224/Clackamas Hwy east for 26 mile to the old Ripplebrook Guard Station, 1/4 mile past the Guard Station. Cross the bridge and turn left on Forest Service Road 57 going toward Timothy Lake. Travel 5 miles, crossing the concrete bridge take a left onto Forest Service Road 4630, A narrow gravel road, and on to Lake Harriet Campground and Day Use area.

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No. of Sites11 single site(s)
Reservation InfoThis site can be reserved by calling Toll Free 1-877-444-6777 (International 518-885-3639 or TDD 877-833-6777) or on-line at
No. of Accessible sitesNone
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