Ripplebrook campground sits on the edge of the Oakridge Fork of the Clackamas River in the Mount Hood National Forest. The campground is nestled in a dense forest and each site is nicely spread out. Some of the campsites sit right on the edge of the river offering the soothing sound of running water during your visit. The river is not as large as the Clackamas River however there are a few spots that would be good for swimming.
Ripplebrook Campground is less than a mile past the Ripplebrook Station and camp store on Highway 224. Nearby campgrounds include Rainbow Campground and Riverside Campground.