Find your new favorite spot to spend a day or a weekend at one of PGE’s many parks and campgrounds.
Oregon is a dream location for the outdoor enthusiast, and a great way to explore the beauty of the Northwest is at one of PGE's parks or campgrounds. From beautiful views to well-maintained trails, family-friendly programs to accessible features, PGE parks have something for everyone, whether it’s your first time visiting or your 50th.
If you haven’t, you’ll want to go. On the Metolius Arm of Lake Billy Chinook, this campground offers easy access to one of the area’s most popular lakes. You can enjoy fishing and comfortable camping with the convenience of a boat ramp, docks and drinking water while surrounded by the beauty of rugged canyons and a diverse evergreen forest. Motorized boats are allowed on the reservoir, making it easy to cool off with water sports or spend the day fishing for bass, trout, kokanee salmon, whitefish, and the occasional sucker, minnow or dace.
The Clackamas River corridor is a mecca for outdoor recreation just outside of Portland. Along its banks you can find plenty of paddling, hiking, bicycling and camping. And from our river access sites, you can launch your watercraft for up to 13 miles of class II-IV whitewater rapids, take in the canyon’s grand views or just enjoy the mountain-fed waters of the Wild and Scenic Upper Clackamas.
SUP rental? Check! Barrier-free camping? Of course! From kayaking and motor-boating to disc-golf, hunting, playground fun or just connecting with nature, there are lots of ways to play at our parks and campgrounds. The chart below gives quick highlights, then check out all the things you can do, and where you can do them.
Now online! Kids can learn about the animals and plants in our parks by doing fun, interactive activities to earn a Junior Ranger badge.
Get fish counts for the Clackamas, Deschutes, Willamette and Columbia Rivers.
Fishing, boating, and camping near dams, reservoirs and powerhouses can present risks. Understand the hazards and safety measures when visiting.
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