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Your national forests and grasslands are 193 million acres of vast, scenic beauty waiting for you to discover. Visitors who choose to recreate on these public lands find more than 150,000 miles of trails, 10,000 developed recreation sites, 57,000 miles of streams, 122 alpine ski areas, 338,000 heritage sites, and specially designated sites that include 9,100 miles of byways, 22 recreation areas, 11 scenic areas, 439 wilderness areas, 122 wild and scenic rivers, nine monuments, and one preserve. And remember, “It’s All Yours.”

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Peninsula (Olallie Lake) Campground

Peninsula Campground is the largest campground on Olallie Lake, in the Olallie Lake Scenic Area. Olallie Lake is a large, high elevation lake bordered in part by the Warm Springs Reservation.  As the name suggests, Peninsula Campground is on a large chunk of land that extends out into the lake - an ideal location for fishermen and paddle boaters.…

Government Camp Summit Sno-Park

This Sno-Park, nestled in the shoulders of Mt. Hood, is a fabulous launching point to access many winter recreational opportunities including skiing, snowshoeing, and more. Space for 125 cars. Trailer parking available. Click here for map of area.

Rock Creek Reservoir Campground

The campground is easily accessible and very popular due to the beautiful lake and serene atmosphere. This campground is found on the Rock Creek Reservoir. This campground is popular for families & anglers, and is shaded by lovely ponderosa pines.

Sandstone Bridge Boat Access Day Use

CLOSED until further notice due to Riverside Fire damage. Sandstone Bridge provides access to some of the area's whitewater opportunities on the Wild and Scenic Upper Clackamas River, as well as a place to fish year-round. View …

Barlow Ranger District

Barlow Ranger District is on the East side of Mount Hood.

Clear Lake Day Use/Picnic Site

Adjacent to Clear Lake. This site is wheelchair accessible and located off Highway 26. Clear Lake is not a natural lake but a reservoir created and managed under a long-term permit for agricultural irrigation off the forest. The lake usually becomes increasingly shallow beginning in early July.

Timothy Lake- Oak Fork Campground

Oak Fork Campground is located on the shores of Timothy Lake in the shadow of Mt. Hood. The surrounding forest setting offers scenic views, several trails for exploration, and abundant fishing. There is a large parking area on the lakeshore for boaters. Oak Fork Campground has 8 hike-to sites, 6 cabins, and 36 single-family campsites. Campground has barrier-free campsites and restrooms.

Burnt Lake Trailhead (North)

The Burnt Lake North Trailhead leads to the Burnt Lake Trail in the Mount Hood Wilderness.  You may continue up to Zigzag Mountain with views above treeline.  The Burnt Lake Trail also has wonderful old cedar snags showing remnants of a wildfire that came through around 1900. Capacity for 10 medium-sized vehicles. Picnic table,…

Breitenbush Lake Campground

This campground is just north of Mt. Jefferson Wilderness and provides nearby access to the Pacific Crest Trail #2000. Breitenbush Campground has limited facilities with no garbage service, so please pack out all of your garbage.  Located on the Warm Springs…

Nottingham Campground/Day Use

On the East Fork Hood River. Campground is wheelchair accessible. *There is no vehicle access to campground after seasonal closure in October.  

Old Growth Trailhead

This is a short barrier free trail that travels through old growth forest near Lost Lake.  The trail offers hikers an opportunity to learn more about the ecology of the area through numerous interpretive signs along the trail.  The trail travels through old growth forest. This trail runs north-south between A Loop Campground and the Organization Camp.  To access this trail, take the…

Timberline Bike Park

The Timberline Bike Park opened for the first time in 2019. Timberline Bike Park is part of the Timberline Ski Area, which operates under a special use permit with the Mt. Hood National Forest. The park offers biking activities for all skill levels, bike lessons, youth camps, and more. 

Rock Creek Reservoir Day Use/Picnic Site

Located adjacent to the Rock Creek Reservoir Campground, this day use area is a popular spot for fishing, canoeing, and non-motorized boating. Anglers can expect a catch of bass and bluegill, and the lake is regularly stocked with rainbow trout. Day use area is located near a hiking trail. It includes a boat ramp & picnic…

Little Badger Trailhead

This trailhead is located adjacent to Badger Creek Wilderness and has parking for 8 vehicles. Provides access to: Little Badger Trail #469

Fifteenmile Campground

Fifteenmile Campground is a small campground situated along Fifteenmile Creek. This campground is popular due to its proximity to Fifteenmile Trail, which is popular for hikers and bikers, as well as the Badger Creek Wilderness boundary.   Provides access to: Fifteenmile Trail #456. Located on the border of…

Frog Lake Day Use/Picnic Site

Space for 50 vehicles. Trailer parking available.

Timothy Lake- The Cove Day Use Area

The Cove offers picnicking, swimming, fishing, campfire talks, and serves as a base for hiking on nearby trails. Located on Timothy Lake. Boat ramps available at nearby campgrounds & day use sites.

Polallie Trailhead

The trailhead has interprative signs and seasonal outhouse. Accesses the East Fork and Elk Meadows trails.  Provides access to: East Fork Trail #650 and Elk Meadows Trail #645 within

Lake Harriet Campground/Day Use

Lake Harriet Campground sits on the eastern shores of Lake Harriet, along the Oak Grove Fork of the Clackamas River, which flows into the lake. It's a great location for camping, fishing, and boating. The campground has barrier-free campsites, restrooms, and fishing dock.

White River West Sno-Park

White River Sno-Park is a popular winter destination on the Forest, especially on weekends and after fresh snow! Due to the sno-park's stunning view of Mt. Hood and its proximity to Portland, this area is a family favorite. Sno-park provides access to ungroomed backcountry ski trails. Parking at White River often fills quickly, slowing traffic in the area. Use caution. If the lot is full, please do not…

Raab Campground

Raab Campground is a group campground, perfect for those that are looking for multiple campsites or have large families. This campground is located on the banks of the Collawash River, which flows into the mighty Clackamas River in the mountains of northern Oregon. Hikers, fly fishers, bicyclists, and rafters/kayakers will enjoy this campground.

Green Canyon Campground & Day Use

Green Canyon Campground sits in a canyon that was carved out by the scenic Salmon River. The campground sits next to this popular river and is nestled among old-growth trees. There are several hiking trails nearby including those that take you to the surrounding Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness