Lake Harriet Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Located on the east end of Lake Harriet.Oregon
Number of Sites: 13
Lake Harriet campground is located on a wonderful 22 acre reservoir on the Oak Grove fork of the Clackamas River. Lake Harriet is situated in a heavily forested canyon in the Mount Hood National Forest. Lake Harriet is a great place to fish, boat, canoe, or to just relax.
The campground has 11 standard non-electric sites, accessible vault toilets, and on-site staff. If this campground is full, try Timothy Lake Campgrounds: Oak Fork, Hood View, Pine Point, Gone Creek or Clackamas Lake.
Fees: $16/Night for single unit $7/Extra vehicle (2011)
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Restrictions: Vehicles 30 ft. max
Directions: Take Highway 224 from Estacada, OR. Just past the Ripplebrook Campground, turn left on U.S. Forest Service Road 57, then take another left on U.S. Forest Service Road 4630. Watch for signs to Lake Harriet
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