4/5 (1 reviews)

Pine Point Campground, Timothy Lake, Oregon - Mount Hood National Forest

Campground Details

  • Campground Rating: 4/5 (1)
  • Reservations Available: Yes
  • Number of Campsites: 25
  • Avg. Overnight Fee: $17
  • Drinking Water: Yes
  • Toilets: Vaulted
  • Camphost on Site: Yes
  • Fires Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Service: Unknown
  • Season: End of May to - October
  • Nearest Store (Miles): 20
  • GPS: 45.11296,-121.80178
  • Elevation: 3,200 ft.
  • Showers: No
  • Firewood for Sale: Yes

Pine Point Campground Description

Pine Point Campground is located on the SW shore of Timothy lake and has 25 campsites to pick from.  This is a very popular campsite so it is recommended to either make reservations or show up early to ensure a spot.

Pine Point Campground Map

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*Distances are as the crow flies

Attractions/Activites near this campground

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*Distances are as the crow flies
  • Sarah says:

    I recently stayed at Pine Point campground to run the Timberline Marathon. Our experience with Timothy Lake was wonderful. It is absolutely beautiful there.

    However the female camp host at Pine Point was AWFUL! she was terribly rude right when we arrived. She treated us as if we were not welcome, drove by about 30 times a day. When you go camping you intend to get out in the winderness to relax and get away from people. She dose not understand that. We will not ever stay at Pine Point or recommend it to anyone we know only because of that female host. Madra i think her name was? She needs a chill pill and a new job!

    • Chris says:

      Hey Sarah, sorry to hear you had a bad experience there and glad you are sharing that with the rest of us. Camp hosts can be completely hit or miss. I have experienced terrible hosts like this and also experienced hosts that have been so kind they invited us to stay in their own site when a campground was full and even made us dinner. I believe Timothy Lake uses Thousand Trails as their concessionaire. You can always submit a complaint about a host. They are not volunteers… most are paid employees so by all means submit a complaint if you have a bad experience. Better luck next time and happy trails!

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