Milo McIver State Park
Situated along the scenic Clackamas River, Milo McIver State Park is only 45 minutes from Portland. This beautiful park provides a variety of outstanding recreational opportunities.
Within this little-known gem, you can spend a day or a week exploring the river, forest and fields. River-lovers can challenge the sometimes wild (but always picturesque) Clackamas River with rafts, canoes or kayaks.Do you enjoy fishing? The Estacada Lake offers a boat ramp and an ADA fishing dock, and the Clackamas River has Steelhead and Chinook runs. The Clackamas Fish Hatchery is located at McIver Park, and self-guided tours of the hatchery guide visitors through the life-cycle of Chinook salmon and Steelhead.Prefer to stay dry? You can hike, or ride your horse. Still too sweaty for you? Spend a lazy afternoon playing the year-round, 27-hole disc golf course. Discs are available at the park office to rent or buy. If you’re planning a special gathering, reservable picnic sites with a shelter are available. If you just need to get away for a while, individual and group campsites are waiting for you. When staying at McIver during the summer, we have family-oriented interpretive programs — from guided hikes to nature crafts. McIver State Park offers something for everyone. See you there!
- Approximately 44 electrical sites with water
- Nine tent sites with water nearby
- Hot showers and flush toilets
- Three group tent camping
- Hiker/biker camp
- RV dump station
One campsite is accessible to campers with disabilities.
Milo McIver State Park, Estacada, OR 97023, USA
- 5 out of 5 This was first experience there and I loved it. I played in a disc golf tournament. It's a fun challenging disc golf course. There is a beautiful river that runs around it that I seen lots of people tubing on. A local told me that you can put in on one side of the park and float the river around and get out on the other side it's about an hour float. Also there is a good amount of restroom / shower facilities in the park. by luke billings
- 3 out of 5 I would give the park 5 stars, except for the fact what they've done at their boat launch. They now have kayaks and Float boards for rent. They do not have a big enough launch to accommodate these rentals and the people that bring fishing boats to the park. The boat launch was already undersized just for fishing boats before the rentals came along. They really need to open up another launch area for all the kayaks and the float boards. Maybe even build a beach area off to the side of the boat launch. by Robert Lienhard
- 5 out of 5 A great park! Arrived later in the evening and was greeted by the park host who was very helpful, informative and friendly. We used a tent site that was cheap at $18. It was well sized and private with a picnic table and fire pit with grill. There was access to firewood (from the park host or rangers), flush toilets and hot showers. There was lots to do with hiking trails along the river, horse trails, a dog park and disc golf course. Enjoyed our stay here! by Tyler Harper
- 5 out of 5 Our first trip to this campground and it was great. Small, quiet park, fishing within walking distance and clean. The volunteers do an excellent job and the Forest rangers are extremely helpful and friendly. We went in the middle of the week and the park wasn't full. Weekends are a different story 😊 by Marcia Higgins
- 5 out of 5 Loved the forest and campground. The volunteers were very helpful. The signage in the park could be improved with a sign to the campground and one that pointed to the campground exit. We would like to come again. by Claudia Wilson