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Mt. Hood National Forest

Mt. Hood National Forest, Oregon

Over the northern Williamette River and through the woods, to Mt. Hood National Forest we go! Located twenty miles east of the city of Portland, Oregon, the Mt. Hood National Forest extends across Read more...
Over the northern Williamette River and through the woods, to Mt. Hood National Forest we go! Located twenty miles east of the city of Portland, Oregon, the Mt. Hood National Forest extends across more than sixty miles of forested mountains, lakes, and streams. Before embarking on a journey into the depths of this fiercely forested area, check the National Forest Website or give the ranger’s station a call at (503) 668-1700. A wilderness permit is required from May 15 through October 15 and must be in your possession. Lucky you, permits are free and self-issued at trailheads and wilderness boundaries. Score! Scan for weather alerts and notices before you head out, especially in the winter due to snowfall. Whether you plan on shredding Mt. Hood, or squatting in the forest, check for any necessary passes or permits prior to your trek, and devote a nice evening to mapping out your journey!
Trillium Lake Campground
Alex
Alex: This is a very popular campsite. If you are looking for exclusivity, this isn't your place. Some would...
Still Creek Campground
Sleep well at Still Creek, as the sounds of burbling water echo throughout the campground. Stay well...
Little Crater Lake Campground
Little Crater Lake Campground is one of the most scenic spots in the Mt. Hood National Forest (shhh,...
Gone Creek (Timothy Lake) Campground
Once you go Gone Creek, you may never go back. Peeps come near and far to let their hair blow in the...
Cloud Cap Saddle Campground
After a long slumber due to a forest fire in 2011, Cloud Cap Saddle Campground reopened its...
Alpine Campground
Since you’ll be spending most of your time outside near the base of Mt. Hood, why not stay outside? At...
Kinnikinnick (Laurance Lake) Campground
Ken
Ken: Just to give some up-dated info, OHV are not allowed in the campground or on the roads in the area....
Lost Creek Campground
Cristina
Cristina: Love this place, it is fantastic! CASH ONLY ($20 in July 2015), but it's just 4 mi from town. No...
Nottingham Campground
No restrooms, no water, nada problem. Nottingham Campground is a little retreat off of Highway 35 on...
Sherwood Campground
Makenzie
Makenzie: This campground is right off the Highway and is near quite a few hikes in the Mt. Hood National...
Riley Horse Campground
Man and wild live amongst each other at Riley Horse Camp that boasts six equine-fine sites out of the...
McNeil Campground
Briana
Briana: No running water here! But little to no bugs or animals here and decent sized sites. A bit further...
Badger Lake Campground
Four non-reservable sites and one vault toilet reside for those who dare to take this rustic road less...
Bonney Meadow Campground
Bonney Meadow Campground is located on a high ridge near a lush meadow, what else could you ask for?...
Barlow Creek Campground
Three is the magic number! At Barlow Creek there are three campsites, and perhaps three main...
Frog Lake Campground
Ben
Ben: This is a neat campground with a good vibe. There is a gas station and convenience store about 2 miles...
Tollgate Campground
A convenient spot for anyone coming from Portland, Tollgate Campground is right on the Zigzag River...
Lost Lake Campground
Despite its name, it’s quite hard to lose sight of Lost Lake Campground! 125 sites (and 18 vault...
Fifteenmile Campground
There are no reservations at Fifteenmile Campground’s three sites, no services provided, and best of...
Barlow Crossing Campground
Emily
Emily: Being nestled away in the Mt. Hood forest makes it a little difficult to navigate to, however once you...
Pebble Ford Campground
Use of Pebble Ford Campground is light, so your chances of scoring one of the three non-reservable...
Eightmile Campground
Eightmile campground is a frequented spot within Mt. Hood National Forest with 21 easily accessible,...
Lower Eightmile Crossing Campground
Lower Eightmile is not to be confused with its more popular, 23-site cousin, Eightmile Campground. At...
Green Canyon Campground
Last one at the campground is a rotten egg! Green Canyon Campground is a first-come, first-served...
Clear Lake Campground
Let us make it clear for you--Clear Lake Campground is an adventurer’s paradise! Lake lovahs can boat,...
Post Camp Campground
It’s likely that the area status of Post Camp Campground is unknown, but it’s good to check the...
Underhill Site Campground
Underhill Site Campground is comprised of two free, non-reservable, unmaintained sites. That leaves it...
Wahtum Lake Campground
We love lake, and Wahtum is a good’n! Take the Wahtum Express trail, and your dreams of living...
Forest Creek Campground
Head east of Forest Creek Campground, and you’ll run into Boulder Point for a mighty view. Head west,...
Clear Creek Crossing Campground
Take your pick from seven non-reservable sites when you reach Clear Creek Crossing Campground!...
Bonney Crossing Campground
Will you go fishing, horseback riding, or hiking when you stay at Bonney Crossing Campground? Whatever...
Black Lake Campground
Amenities, who needs ‘em! With no water, and no restrooms, it’s just you and Mother Nature. When you...
Meditation Point (Timothy Lake) Campground
Inner peace awaits you at the five non-reservable, hike or boat-in only sites at Meditation Point...
Keeps Mill Campground
Like the majority of Mt. Hood National Forest campgrounds, the five tent-only sites at Keeps Mill are...
Rainy Lake Campground
David
David: Beautiful, peaceful campsites. Very clean outhouse w/ plenty of toilet paper. Mosquitos were abundant,...
Oak Fork (Timothy Lake) Campground
Imagine your epic lake fort at Oak Fort (Timothy Lake) Campground, and your search ends here! Peeps...
Pine Point Campground
Located on the south shores of Timothy Lake in the shadows of Mt. Hood, Pine Point Campground is...
Little Badger Campground
Use of Little Badger Campground is light, so your chances of scoring one of the three non-reservable...
Hoodview (Timothy Lake) Campground
Briana
Briana: The gnats get nuts once the sun goes down, but besides that - absolutely beautiful place. People were...
Joe Graham Horse Camp
Talk about horsing around, Joe Graham Horse Camp fits up to 41 stallions! Each campsite comes with...
Rock Creek Reservoir Campground
Egads! Reservable campsites in Mt. Hood National Forest! And potable water! That’s because the 33...
Clackamas Lake Campground
Click, clack, click, clack is what you’ll hear at equine-friendly Clackamas Campground! When you’re...
McCubbins Overflow Campground
McCubbins Gulch Campground was full, wasn’t it? Here, you can enjoy the same OHV lands, fishing from...
McCubbins Gulch Campground
McCubbins Gulch Campground is a hotbed for OHV fun, so bring the toys! Fifteen non-reservable sites at...
Hideaway Lake Campground
Leave civilization in the dust when you pick from the nine sites that border Hideaway Lake. And if one...
Summit Lake Campground
Started from the bottom now you’re here! Summit Lake Campground is a grand alternative to the busy...
Shellrock Creek Campground
Jason
Jason: Great campsite! Try and minimize cars. One car per campsite will fit but no more than that. The best...
Lake Harriet Campground/Day Use
At Lake Harriet Campground, voyagers can dip their toes in the 22-acre lake for a leisurely swim, fish...
Sunstrip Campground
Jon James
Jon James: Sunstrip is a great small basic Campground. With only a handful of tent sites it is rarely crowded....
Roaring River Campground
Christine
Christine: Know that the wildlife enjoy organic almond butter almost as much as you and they will chew thru the...
Indian Henry Campground
Indian Henry Campground is a hot bed of activity, boasting a bustling 86 sites! Campsites are situated...
Ripplebrook Campground
Imagine the sounds you’ll hear at Ripplebrook Campground--spotted owls hooting at night, an actual...
Rainbow Campground
Rainbow Campground will lead you to your own personal ‘pot of gold’, whether that be an artisanal...
Lockaby Campground
Whether you’re super relaxing or super recreation-ing, there’s something for everyone at Lockaby...
Armstrong Campground
Reservable campsites in Mt. Hood National Forest! And potable water! If you’re jonesin’ for a trip to...
Carter Bridge Campground
Will you go fishing or whitewater rafting in the wild Clackamas River, just steps away from the Carter...
Fish Creek Campground
Will you go whitewater rafting or cast into the wild Clackamas River, just steps away from Fish Creek...
Lazy Bend Campground
Lazy Bend Campground is equal parts laidback, lush, and lively. Chill at one of the 21 campsites--most...
Riverside Campground
To river, or not to river… Is that even a question? It shouldn’t be when the nearest source is the...
Riverford Campground
To river, or not to river… Is that even a question? It shouldn’t be when the nearest source is the...
Raab Campground
The more, the merrier! Raab Campground is a newer, group-centric getaway for those who are looking for...
Kingfisher Campground
There’s so much to experience at Kingfisher Campground, you might as well book multiple trips in...
Triangle Lake Horse Camp
Does your horse like to go camping as much as you do? The name of Triangle Lake Horse Campground...
Bagby Campground
Bagby Campground is a gem in Mt. Hood National Forest. Here you can find campsites with an uncommon...
Lower Lake Campground
No restrooms, no water, no reservations, no problem! That’s what camping’s about, right? Though a...
Paul Dennis (Olallie Lake) Campground
Stacey
Stacey: Definitely not a great place to go if you don't have a truck or suv. The roads are bad around the lake...
Camp Ten Campground
Though a reservation isn’t required, ya still gotta shell out 15 big ones for the night at Camp Ten...
Peninsula (Olallie Lake) Campground
Lakefront property at $15/night? Can’t beat it! Peninsula (Ollalie Lake) Campground consists of 35...
Horseshoe Lake Campground
You’ll ‘lake’ what you see at Horseshoe Lake Campground! At $15/night, reservations can be made to...
Breitenbush Lake Campground
Caroline
Caroline: We camped here over the July 23rd campground and a few things to say about it: The campground itself...
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Naked Falls
Zach
Zach: We really liked the campsite. It was nice and secluded. Pretty dusty, no bathroom, and no campfires...
Black Forest Camp
Steven
Steven: Quiet area with access to water and bathrooms. There's a forest right behind where you camp with...
Cedar Root Portland Escape
Sara
Sara: We had a great stay at Cedar Root Portland Escape. It was the perfect city escape. Close and...
Labor Day Campsites-Madras, OR
William
William: Super helpful and friendly. Llamas, kittens and lots of room for dogs and kids. Quick trip to town but...
Peaceful Woods
Mike
Mike: Located less than an hour from downtown Portland, the campsites at Peaceful Woods are a great escape...
Horse Lovers Paradise
Heather
Heather: Michelle's property is such a wonderful place to get outside and away from the hustle and bustle of...
Enola Hill Property at Mt. Hood
Sara
Sara: We had an awesome stay at Enola Hill Property at Mt.hood. Rachel was extremely easy to communicate...
Cedar Grove Hike-In Tent Camp
Eldon
Eldon: Awesome choice of sites, all super private. The property is incredible and the hosts are great. They...
Bridge Camp
Julian
Julian: I loved my stay at TreeBird Ranch! The property is nestled in a beautiful, quiet valley between Mount...
The Stand Family Farm Camp
Janette
Janette: The Stand is a working production farm complete with a big red barn, chickens chirping their morning...
Vintage Glamping in the Gorge
Emilie
Emilie: WOW!! Honestly, staying here MADE our trip to Portland and this is as side from the fact that Renee...
Teal Creek Camp
Jack
Jack: Great Location. Sara (Land Owner) was gracious and kind. If you camp and want to bring a dog think...
North Mountain Falls Mt. Hood
Richard
Richard: Big thanks to Rachel and her family for hosting us. We really appreciated you help moving our stuff up...
 Mountain Escape
Octave
Octave: We arrived at the cabin in the early afternoon after stopping at Zigzag Mountain Cafe for a late lunch...
The Rolling Hills of Elysium
Erica
Erica: Welcome to Elysium! In Greek mythology Elysium refers to a place or condition of perfect happiness...
Red Cabin on the Hill
Donal
Donal: Darling 100 sq foot rustic cabin, wonderfully secluded in the woods. Try out tiny-house living, or use...
The Arboretum
Evan
Evan: Whether you're roadtripping through Washington or looking to explore Mount Rainier National Park, The...
Salmon River Oasis
patty
Patty: Pitch your tent or park your RV in the beautiful Mt. Hood National Forrest on the pristine Salmon...
Farm Near Gallon House Bridge
Melody
Melody: Small family farm of just over 10 acres . Extreme low chemical use, which means I have weeds and...
Dauenhauer Family Campground
Erinn
Erinn: Through rolling hills of ornamental farms and vineyards, we found our campground- a large field ideal...