Promontory Park

The perfect family getaway

A fishing lake just for kids

If you want to teach your children to fish, Promontory Park is the place. Small Fry Lake, a one-acre lake within the park, was developed for the exclusive use of young anglers. Kids up to 17 years old can fish for two trout per day on Small Fry Lake.

Anglers of all ages can fish on the 350-acre North Fork Reservoir. In addition to fishing, Promontory Park has:

  • 46 sites including yomes and rustic cabins
  • Restrooms and showers
  • Picnic areas
  • Picnic shelter, which accommodates 75 people
  • Electric cooking facilities

A yome is a cross between a yurt and a dome, with canvas walls. Each yome is equipped with a futon and bunk bed and sleeps five. Cabins also accomodate five and have two sets of bunk beds. If you reserve a yome or cabin all you need to bring are your sleeping bags.

The park store offers groceries, ice, fishing tackle, boat rental and fuel. There is no speed limit on most of the reservoir, but the upper end has an enforced speed limit of 10 miles per hour.

Nearby is the North Fork Lower Boat Launch, a recreation site on the Clackamas River with a single-lane boat launch, a bathroom and parking. Day-use only. Free and open to the public from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

For people with disabilities, the park has accessible restrooms, campsites and fishing areas.

Improvements to the marina include reconfiguration of the boat launch, new docks and gangways, a separate canoe/kayak launch dock, improved picnic area and parking. A new concessionaire operates the store and marina.

Promontory Park details

Promontory Park and its campsites are open from May 26 to Sept.17.

Campers can make online reservations for the 2017 season through PGE’s online reservation system beginning at 9 a.m. after Jan. 3 or by phone/email starting March 1 at 8 a.m. Make a reservation.

For more information, use our contact form or call Promontory Park at 503-630-7229.

Promontory Park Store and Marina: 503-630-5152

Address and directions

40600 E. Highway 224
Estacada, OR 97023

Go east on Highway 224 approximately seven miles from Estacada.

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Learn more about PGE’s efforts to protect fish on the Clackamas River.

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