Upper Whitcomb Creek Boat-in Campground

Mile post 11 Quartzville Road, Foster, Oregon

Linn County Parks & Recreation (LCPR) has worked with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to open a boat-in only campground. The campground is located in Upper Whitcomb Creek County Park (see map links below) on Green Peter Reservoir. The site currently offers five reservable campsites with picnic tables, campfire-rings and trash cans. There is also one unisex vault toilet at the site. No potable water available at the Upper Whitcomb Boat-in campground. Boat-in campsite fees are $15.00/night. Additional overnight vehicles are $7.00/night. No additional discounts will be applied to campsite fee. To reserve a boat in campsite visit the Linn County Parks Website or call (541) 967-3917.

Park Location – Green Peter Reservoir

Park Usage – Memorial Day Weekend through mid-September

About the Park

Upper Whitcomb Creek Boat-in Campground location map click here: Green Peter Overview_05_19_2022

Upper Whitcomb Boat-in Campsite Map:  Upper Whitcomb Site Map

  • All visitors wishing to camp at the Upper Whitcomb Creek Campground must make reservations.
  • Upper Whitcomb Creek Boat-in campers are required to park any vehicles, staying overnight, in the boat-in parking lot at the main parking area in Whitcomb Creek County Park.
  • Vehicle staying overnight will need to post their Upper Whitcomb boat-in parking permit in their vehicle.
  • All camping fees must be paid in advance via the Linn County Parks website or by calling the Parks Office.
  • Boat-in campsite fees are $15.00/night. To reserve a boat in campsite visit the Linn County Parks Website or call (541) 967-3917. Additional overnight vehicles are $7.00/night.
  • No additional discounts will be applied to the campsite fee.
  • A Vault restroom and trash receptacles are available for your convenience.
  • No potable water is available at the Upper Whitcomb Boat-in campground.
  • There are no moorage docks available at Upper Whitcomb Boat-in Area.  Securing your boat is at your own risk.
  • LCPR cannot guarantee lake levels.  Lake levels will determine the ease of accessing the campsite.