Kingsley Campground Information

May 1, 2024

The campground is OPEN For the 2024 season! Come on up and enjoy the beauty of Kingsley Campground. 

 

Reminder:  This is a first come, first service campground.

 

Kingsley Campground

  • NO Potable Water source.
  • Click here for Rules and Regulations
  • Camp sites are primitive and range from 50' to 100' in length.
  • Sites are suitable for both tents and RV's.
  • 36 sites (includes 4 vault toilets, 3 ADA sites).
  • Sites are $20 per day, no reservations. Cash or check only. NO cards. (Campsite fees allow for a maximum site occupancy of four (4) persons per site (children not included).  Each site is permitted one (1) RV or Sprinter type van, or vehicle with trailer and one (1) additional vehicle.  Each site is permitted a maximum of two (2) vehicles. Additional vehicle fee is $5.00/day)
  • Check-out time is 11:00 am.
  • Campfires permitted in campground fire rings, until Fire Season Update.  Portable propane with shut off switches are allowed.
  • Reservoir has been stocked with trout.  04/18/2024
  • Interested in being a Camp Host in the future, contact 541-387-7089.

Hood River County Parking Permits are required for Day Use and Staging area.  Daily pass is $5.00 an Annual pass is $30.00.  Those may be purchased here: Hood River County Parking Permit Purchasesor at several of the local bicycle shops including XTC Truck and Toy or Fun Country in The Dalles.

 South end of Kingsley Reservoir. New campsites are to the left in this photo

Green Point Reservoir / Kingsley Reservoir is a man made reservoir owned by Farmers Irrigation District.  The land around the upper and lower reservoirs are owned by Hood River County and managed by the Forestry Department.  Revenue from the management of the forest goes directly to the Hood River County General Fund for support of the County government and services for the citizens of Hood River County.  Part of this forestland is designated as a campground and OHV staging area.

Farmers Irrigation District began in 2017 a major project to increase the capacity of the reservoir.  A result of this increase in water capacity, eliminated the existing campground.  Hood River County has redesigned the campground and improved the staging/day use area. Additional details about the project are available in the Summer 2022 County Enews article available here.