Mt. Hood National Forest
Black Lake Campground provides primitive tent sites on the east shore of Black Lake located in the northern part of Mt Hood Natioanl Forest in the Hood River Ranger District. The area accesses nearby Black Lake Trail. The trail network in this area enters Mark Hatfield Wilderness to the north. This…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Tent Sites
- Tent Cabin
- Picnic Table
- Phone Service
I’ve need here a couple of times and every Saturday night hordes of teenagers show up and party all night. Loud music, drunk driving, trash everywhere, reviving up engines and yelling all night. When confronted the terns said this is where the local kids come to party and purposely run people out…
4 camp sites surrounding a small lake. 1 and 2 are private While 3 and 4 are right next to each other. Campsite 2 is on the way to 3 and 4 so not to private.
The camp is a close walk to many trails and other sites.
The best campsites are those that are not crowded and you can enjoy the…
I stumbled on this campground while visiting Rainy Lake, which is one mile North of Black Lake. This is a fun campground with a unique layout.
Unlike most campgrounds, the sites are not laid out on a grid. Spaces are spread seemingly randomly on the hillside just next to the lake and connected by…
Black Lake Campground—Mount Hood National Forest is located in Oregon
From Hood River, OR take OR-281 about 4 miles then turn right on Portland Drive for 2 miles, turn left on Country Club Road then continue on Binns Hill Drive and turn left on Kingsley Road and follow for 6 miles. Take a left on Dead Point Road and after 2 miles take a right on Forest Road 2820 then left on Forest Road 2820 four miles to the campground.