*Hebo Lake is Closed for the Season* 

Hebo Lake campground is ideal for those wanting a secluded, quiet camping getaway in the forest. Located on Mt. Hebo, this small, family campground has 12 campsites, a historic picnic shelter, a three-acre lake, and access to hiking trails. Two campsites are reservable on recreation.gov, and the remaining ten sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. The first come, first serve sites may be available outside the booking window for online reservations; please contact the Hebo Ranger District for open season dates. 


A historic picnic shelter built by the Civil Conservation Corps in 1937, and restored in 2016, is available for day use at the Hebo Lake Day Use site. The 1/2 mile Hebo Lake Loop Trail is a pleasant hike around the lake, and access to the Pioneer – Indian Trail is nearby. Anglers will find five accessible fishing docks around the popular three-acre lake, which is stocked with rainbow trout.


Each site is equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring. Vault toilets are provided but there is no drinking water.

Natural Features

At an elevation of 1,650 feet, the surrounding forest of western hemlock, Douglas fir, and red alder make the area quite enjoyable on a hot summer day.


For facility specific information, please call (503) 392-5100.

From Hebo, OR: Starting at the intersection of Highway 101 and Highway 22, travel 1/4 mile south on Highway 22 to Forest Service Road 14; if you reach the Hebo Ranger Station you have gone too far. Turn left onto Forest Service Road 14 and travel east for 4.5 miles; the entrance to the Hebo Lake Campground will be on the right.