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Welcome to Clackamas County Parks

Vehicle Annual Pass and Boater Annual Passes are available at the individual parks and through the Parks Administration Office. Please call us at (503) 742-4414 or stop by at 150 Beavercreek Rd, 4th Floor, Oregon City.

Developed parks and campgrounds located in Clackamas County

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Current Fire Level Information
Clackamas County Parks is currently on an HIGH fire danger alert. Campfires are allowed in metal fire rings only, no rock/stone rings. Flames are to be kept no more than 12" above the grate.

Camping Extended in Barton Park's East Loop
The East Loop in Barton Park is now open longer! Sites #60-98 will be open throughout October and sites #60-80 will remain open throughout November. Ground tents are permissible in the East Loop in October and November.

Hebb Park Boat Ramp
Due to an extremely low water level at Hebb Park on the Willamette River, trailers can drop off the end of the boat ramp. Please use caution when launching at Hebb Park Boat Ramp.

New Playgrounds Coming Soon!
Barton, Feyrer and Metzler Campgrounds are undergoing playground replacements. Please excuse the inconvenience during construction.

Knights Bridge Property
Open with limited parking. There are port-a-potties and garbage cans available, no parking fees.

Wagon Wheel Park
Open from 6am to 8pm; port-a-potty and garbage cans available, no parking fees. Access to the river is currently open.

Feyrer Park Boat Ramp
Open from 6am to 8pm; port-a-potty and garbage cans available. Access to the river is currently open; parking fees apply ($2/day for vehicles towing Oregon registered boats, $5/day for non-boat-towing vehicles; Annual passes available through the Park Admin Office (503) 742-4414)

A Special Use Permit Application is required when considering any organized event taking place within the Clackamas County Park system (without a standard camping or picnic reservation).

Prohibited Articles

Members of the Sheriff's office, and other individuals designated by the Parks Director, are hereby authorized to perform visual inspections of personal property items, such as coolers, or any other containers capable of concealing prohibited items. You are free to decline a request for inspection. However, if you decline the inspection, you must then immediately leave the park area.

If a person already inside the park area possesses a prohibited article, that person shall be considered to have violated the license to enter and use the park area. The person's license is automatically revoked and the person shall be requested to leave immediately.

Any person in violation of park rules is subject to citation and immediate trespass.

By order of the Clackamas County Board of Commissioners

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Did you know? Stone Creek Golf Club is also a County Park. Enjoy a round at one of the best scenic golf courses in the Portland area. Take a pleasant walk on an almost 3-mile trail around the course. Zinzer Hall can be rented for just about any event, from business meetings to weddings.

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Development Services Building (DSB)
150 Beavercreek Rd.
4th Floor
Oregon City, OR 97045

(503) 742-4414


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