41132 Robinette Road
Richland, OR 97870
Campers must register at the office
(Check out time is 12:00 noon)
RV Electrical/Water Hook Ups $17.00
RV Camping no Electrical/Water Hook-ups $11.00
Tent Camping $11.00
Parking/Launching Fee $4.00
Annual Season Pass $35.00
We are now selling 2016 Passes!
DAILY FEES REQUIRED
$4.00 Per Vehicle
1. Place fee in envelope, deposit in the fee box
2. Validate and tear off stub
3. Display stub as directed
4. Permit is valid for current day ONLY
VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED
The Brownlee Reservoir water level is 31 ft. from full pool. Neither the boarding floats nor fishing docks are in the water at this elevation. Water conditions are murky, however fishing is slow at this time.
Please be aware that conditions can change rapidly.
2016 Season Passes are available for purchase at the Hitching Post as well as at Baker County Parks facilities.
For reservations, call 541-523-8342 or 541-893-6417.
DAY USE FEE REQUIRED TO DUMP SANITARY WASTE
Hewitt/Holcomb Park offers:
Showers, Restrooms, Fish Cleaning Station, Basketball Hoop, Playground Equipment, Tent Spaces (with picnic table and fire ring), RV Hook Ups (with picnic table and fireboxes), Ice, Firewood, and 3 Boat Ramps for launching.
Hewitt/Holcomb Parks are well known:
as a "FISHERMEN'S PARADISE". Excellent fishing for Small & Large Mouth Bass, Bluegill, Catfish, Crappie, Perch and Trout Hells Canyon Information Wayside
Take a day from fishing and come see this scenic wayside located 12 miles from Richland just as you are entering Halfway. Stop and read the Tim Goodale Memorial Trail Kiosk.
Historic Sumpter Valley Rail Road Park
This Park is located on Hwy 7 at McEwen, Oregon. The train runs every weekend from Memorial Day through the last weekend in September. The train ride will take you into the Historic Town of Sumpter, Oregon where you can visit the Sumpter Valley Dredge State Heritage Area.
Fizz Spring Enhancement Project
Fizz Spring is located about 18 miles from the City of Richland. This County Park is the location of a naturally carbonated spring, that drew Native Americans to it for the curative powers it allegedly possessed. At one time it was hoped to be a resort. One of the sawmill families in the Eagle Valley had plans drawn up for such a resort. The operations of the Hot Springs Resort in Union County would make treks over the mountain to refill their supply of this water. County Parks has plans to enhance the visitors experience, with some day-picnic facilities.
Baker County Parks & Recreation Department
Baker City, OR 97814
Phone: (541) 523-8342
Fax: (541) 524-7666
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