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Timpanogas Campground

Campground in Willamette National Forest

Overview

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Description

This small, high-elevation 10 site campground sits at 5,300 feet at the far southeast end of the district, surrounded by fine stands of silver, grand, and noble fir. Be prepared for mosquitoes from July through August.

Summer recreation includes hiking, viewing, horseback riding, fishing and camping. The Timpanogas Basin offers 23 miles of hiking trails with excellent views of Diamond Peak, Sawtooth and Cowhorn Mountains. Winter recreation offers many marked snowmobile routes and a shelter across the lake, as well as spring cross-country skiing.

Timpanogas Lake is the headwaters of the Middle Fork of the Willamette River. Only non-motorized boating is allowed, and anglers typically have success with cutthroat and brook trout.

Allowed Activities
Tent Camping
Boating
Picnicking
Hiking
Fishing
Swimming

Additional Information

Activities

  • Boating - Non-Motorized
  • Campground Camping
  • Day Hiking
  • Lake and Pond Fishing
  • Picnicking
  • Swimming

Fee

Campsite must be occupied every night paid, and fees must be paid within 30 minutes of arrival.
  • Single Campsites - $14 per night
  • Extra Vehicles - $6 per vehicle, per night

Reservations

No advance reservations. All sites are first come first serve.

Restrictions

  • Camping is not allowed more than 14 days in a 60 day period.
  • Check-in time: 2:00 pm or later. Check-out time: 1:00 pm 
  • Use of chainsaws in the campground is prohibited
  • Dogs MUST be on leash at all times within the campground

Open Season Start

Tentatively 5/28/21 (snow-melt dependent)

Open Season End

TBD