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Q. I’m interested in camping at one of PGE’s parks this summer. Is it too late to make reservations?

A. PGE parks, an important part of our environmental stewardship efforts, offer peaceful, nearby recreation opportunities. It’s not too late to plan your getaway. Many camping dates are still available at these parks:

  • Promontory Park on the North Fork Reservoir on the Clackamas River has 46 campsites including yomes and rustic cabins.
  • Timothy Lake near Mount Hood is a popular spot with seven campgrounds providing 200 campsites, including some walk-in sites.
  • Lake Harriet, also at Mount Hood, has a 10-site campground.
  • Pelton Park is located in Central Oregon, near Madras, on the shore of Lake Simtustus. It has 67 campsites including yomes and cabins. Weekends are already booked at this popular park, but midweek spots are still available!

Or if you want to host a large group picnic, you can reserve a picnic shelter for day use at Promontory Park, Timber Park or Trojan Park.

To learn more about all of our parks, including a map and how to make reservations, see our Parks & Campgrounds section.