Kinnikinnick Campground is a hidden gem, situated north of Mt. Hood, just outside of Parkdale, Oregon. Sitting on Laurence Lake, Kinnikinnick Campground offers beautifully landscaped campsites with views of Laurence Lake and the wide-open hills that surround the lake.
Laurence Lake allows all non-motorized water sports. There are no rental facilities on site.
The campground features well-groomed campsites, including campfire pits and picnic tables. The location offers vault toilets. There is a boat ramp nearby.
Surrounded by Laurence Lake, Kinnikinnick Campground is a natural attraction all its own. With incredible lake views, regular sightings of bald eagles and rock and hill formations that surround this site, it is the perfect place to go "off the grid" and enjoy the outdoors.
Laurance Lake is great for waterplay and fishing. Kinnickinnick Campground is just a 30-minute drive to nearby ski resorts, where summer hiking and outdoor adventures await.
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Beautiful views of Mt Hood on the way to this campground. We got a walk in spot and it was forested and more private. There were some spots right on the lake. Being near water is always a plus for campground and this one was nice for kayaking. Campground host was super helpful and friendly.
We camped here about 2 years ago for Memorial Day weekend. It was the most magical experience. The weather was amazing and we had the most spectacular view from our campsite. We got there early(Wednesday night) and it seemed to fill up by Friday morning so get there as soon as you can!
This campground is very peaceful and beautiful. It sits on a resavoir with great fishing, kayaking and paddle boarding. Beautiful little creek to hike up and the whole place is kept very clean. One of our favorite spots close to home.
This was a fun area to kayak, paddle board, or do any other water sports on a hot day and be able to camp very close by.
I enjoyed this campground with a group of friends and we all easily were able to find the grounds and reserve a spot for us comfortably to stay.
This place does get crowded on a hot summer weekend, so make reservations ahead of time.
Has a beautiful view of Mt.Hood from the north side which I typically don't see coming from Portland.