If you want to teach your children to fish, Promontory Park is the place to come. Small Fry Lake, a one-acre lake within the park, was developed for the exclusive use of young anglers. Kids up to 17 years old can fish for their limit of two fish per day on Small Fry Lake.
Anglers of all ages can fish on the 350-acre North Fork Reservoir. In addition to fishing, Promontory Park has:
- 50 campsites, including yomes (canvas cabins)
- Restrooms and showers
- Picnic areas
- Picnic shelter which accommodates 75 people
- Electric cooking facilities
For people with disabilities, the park has accessible restrooms, campsites and fishing areas.
Camping reservations: Promontory Park will open on May 17 and close on Sept. 15. Customers wishing to reserve a site at Promontory Park can do so directly through our online system beginning March 15. Phone-in reservations and email requests will be accepted beginning April 1 at 8:00 a.m.. For more information, email us or call 503-630-7229. Park rules | Payment and cancellation policy
Note: Possession or consumption of alcohol is not permitted in the campground, day-use shelter or Small Fry Lake areas.
Promontory Park: 503-630-7229.
Promontory Park Store and Marina: The store and marina are under new management. The park store offers groceries, ice, cafe, fishing tackle, boat rental and fuel. The lake has a small water skiing area and is ideal for fishing, canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. 503-630-5152.
Park features: Picnicking, camping, fishing, boating and hiking trails.
40600 OR-224, Estacada, OR 97023, USA
Directions: Travel seven miles east of Estacada on Highway 224.
- 5 out of 5 I loved this camp ground from when i was a kid to adult. Hot showers, and toilets. U are kinda close to other people but u have lake for swimming and fishing or boating. Near mt.hood forest so u have plenty of wooded trees near by. Quit at night not to bad noise from the road. They need to make it bigger as the get full fast all summer by Nicole S
- 5 out of 5 The camp grounds are well kept and the staff are friendly. It was close to the river and the trails are well managed while keeping the integrity of the natural beauty of Promontory Park. The camp sites are well priced and I cant wait to go back! I LOVE the Yomes!! So adorable! And they provide a fire pit and you can purchase wood for burning next to the office. by alexandria kakalia
- 3 out of 5 It's a matter of preference, but I wasn't keen on this campground. It's very open, little to no privacy. It isn't woodsy at all, feels more like a parking lot with spots for tents. That may appeal to some, but not me. I'd prefer the camp sites more sectioned off with trees and the like. Some nice features like fish washing stations, spots to wash dishes and use electric devices (to cook, etc) was a plus (even if we didn't use them). by Justin Lowmaster
- 3 out of 5 Nice park. Very clean bathrooms and showers. No fishing/no fish and no a nice place to swim at. Very nice rentals on Mondays and Tuesdays. Swimming holes very close if you drive by PUBG LIVE, BLOOD BRO'S ULTIMATE
- 5 out of 5 Excellent boat ramp. Nice little store for whatever you might need out on the water. Only issue is that they lock the gates at 21:00. by Dana Schaffer