Open: Open from May 15 through Sep 30 Number of Sites: 25
Camp Creek Campground is located on the Mt. Hood National Forest at 2200 feet of elevation. This shady, cool campground sits on a flat bench above Camp Creek. The campground was orginally constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1936. Some features from this era remain, such as several stone fireplaces. Several campground updates have taken place since 1983. The Still Creek trail takes off from the west end of the campground, and other trail heads are nearby.
Fees: $18/Night for single unit, $20 premium, $36/Night for double unit $5/Extra vehicle. NOTE: $2 per night extra charge on all holidays and holiday weekends. (2011)
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Restrictions: Vehicles 22 ft. max.
Directions: From Sandy: Travel east on Highway 26 past the town of Rhododendron to the campground.
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