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About Tilly Jane Campground

On Tilly Jane Creek near the border of  Mount Hood Wilderness. Hiking trails are accessible from the campground including Tilly Jane Trail #600 A.

Note : Forest Road 3512 is narrow and winding and may require a high-clearance or 4WD vehicle.This campground is subject to early closure or late opening due to snow.

Campground is wheelchair accessible.

Fee Info
Reservations must be made at least seven days in advance. A 2 night minimum booking is required.
National Forest
Drive In
Tilly Jane Campground is located in Oregon
45.4 N
-121.6477 W
Get Directions
From Hood River, travel south on Highway 35 approximately 1.5 miles past the forest boundary to Forest Road 3510. Follow 3510 northwest, then southwest, to Forest Road 3512. Follow 3512 west as it winds around several miles to the campground.
2 Reviews of Tilly Jane Campground
Basecamp for Cooper Spur Hike

We used Tilly Jane as our base for hiking Cooper Spur (trail 600A to 600B) and it worked perfectly! The road getting here is not so great (you're driving up a mountain) but passable if you go slow. It's quite far up the mountain, so make sure you have everything you need. There isn't anything fancy about the campground, but it makes an adequate base for an early morning start.

Tilly Jane is also not far off the Timberline trail loop around the mountain, and the majority of people visiting the camping area were day hikers. The weather was very hot in the day, but got quite chilly at night.

In addition to the campground, the Tilly Jane A Frame is available as a rental- it was having some work done to it in August 18, so should be in good shape for the summer 19 and beyond camping seasons. There is also a small amphitheater in the campground.

First to Review
Great views, bad road

The area around Tilly Jane is quite beautiful and different from a lot of the nearby forests. The drive up goes through an old burnt out forest, where you can see plants and trees coming back as well as dead trees that are still standing. It's an almost surreal landscape, and has great views of Hood, and great views to the north. The campground is small and the spots are not particularly secluded. We found a spot but saw several people look around for a while before giving up and going to Cloud Cap Saddle (which has the same issues). Get there early and you can find better spots, but don't expect much if you show up in the mid afternoon. There is wonderful hiking in the area, so the parking lots fill up with hikers during the day but it clears out quickly as it gets late.