Barton Park Campground is a large campground on the tree covered banks of the Clackamas River in the Portland area. Getting to Barton Park Campground requires some navigation feats to following winding roads and find the campground, but the scenic location on the Clackamas River makes finding the campground worth the trouble. This spot on the river is popular for steelhead and salmon fishing.
There are 102 campsites in the Barton Park Campground for tent and RV camping. Some of the campsites are RV friendly, with partial hookups and pull-through spaces. Many of the campsites are shaded under a pine tree canopy. All of the campsites include a picnic table, fire ring, and access drinking water, showers, and flush toilets. There are also a number of non-traditional camping activities available with a playground, volleyball court, and horseshoe pits located within the campground. Campers must arrive by 10pm, as the park’s gates are locked from 10pm-6am.
Fees vary by campsite size, type, and location. Also beware that they charge for additional tents beyond the first 2 tents per campsite.
Barton Park Campground Features
|Number of Campsites:||102 Campsites|
|Cost:||Varies by campsite, size, location, etc.|
|Showers:||Yes – Coin Operated|
|RV/Trailer Length:||40 Feet|
|RV/Trailer Amenities:||Partial Hookups|
|Cell Phone Service:||Yes|
|Operating Season:||Open Year-round|
|Address:||19009 SE Barton Park Rd., Boring, OR 97009|
|Geo Coordinates:||45.381014, -122.404527|
|Nearest City/Town:||Eagle Creek, Oregon|
|Location:||Clackamas County, Oregon|
|Paved Road Access:||Yes|
|Proximity to Stores:||Store located less than 1 mile away|
|Directions:||Barton Park is located just off of Hwy. 224, approximately 9.8 miles east of Clackamas on the Clackamas River. From Interstate 205 take Exit 12, Clackamas/Estacada. Turn east-bound onto Hwy. 212/224. Proceed 3.2 miles through Clackamas to the Hwy. 212/224 split (Rock Creek junction). Follow Hwy. 224 to the right, following the signs to Estacada. Proceed 6.4 miles on Hwy. 224 to Bakers Ferry Road and turn right (Barton Grocery on the right-hand side). The park is .2 miles on the left-hand side of the road.|
Maps & Brochures
|Web:||Barton Park – Clackamas County Parks|
|Reservations:||Barton Park Reservations – Clackamas County Parks|
When To Go
Spring – Early Summer – The best time to go to Barton Park Campground is from Spring to Early Summer, as the campground is the least busy but the weather is still warm.
What To Do
Hiking – There are several hiking trails that are located near Barton Park Campground.
Fishing – Fishing for Steelhead and Salmon are popular activities at Barton Park Campground.