Waterloo County Park
39510 Gross St, Waterloo, OR 97355
Family-fun park with campground and plenty of activities!
Park Location – Located five miles east of Lebanon off Highway 20.
Park Usage – Open Year-Round in the A-loop. B-Loop closes for the winter months on September 30th, 2018.
About the Park
The town of Waterloo plays host to this 128-acre park located on the banks of the South Santiam River. This beautiful park provides families with a great opportunity to fish, hike, swim and relax within its shady confines. Enjoy year-round camping, fishing, hiking, and picnicking in the fresh and beautiful landscape of Waterloo County Park.
Please note if you are trying to reserve with in 4 days of your arrival the map will show all campsites not available.
Camping & Vehicle Fees
- Basic Campsite (water/electric): 100 sites | $30/night | $7/night senior discount
- Basic Campsite (no water/electric): 20 sites | $26/night | $5/night senior discount
- Reservations will be charged a $12 non-refundable reservation fee per site
- Extra vehicle fee $7.00/ night. Extra Vehicle classification chart.
- 60 Campsites are reservable (A-loop)
- 60 Campsites are first-come, first-serve (B-loop)
- Fees are based on up to 8 guests per site
- 3-night minimum for Memorial Day & Labor Day holidays
- 2-night minimum for any weekend and for the 4th of July holiday
Change & Cancellation Fees
- Changes to your reservation may incur a $5.00 change fee per site.
- Cancellations will be charged a $12 non-refundable reservation fee. **If you cancel within the 4 day window we will keep the first nights camping fee as well as the reservation fee**.
- Cancellations must be made at least 4 days prior to your arrival.
- Please be aware that you will forfeit your first nights camping fee, if you move from your reserved campsite to a first come, first serve campsite.
Check In times
- Check in: Check in is anytime after 2:00 p.m.
- Check out time: Check out time is 12:00 p.m.
Have your wedding or family reunion on the beautiful grounds of Waterloo County Park. There are three covered shelters and one picnic area to choose from. Shelters include electricity and water. The large gazebo has a $200.00 non-refundable reservation fee. Shelters #3 & #4 have a $150.00 non-refundable reservation fee. The non-sheltered picnic area has a $100.00 non-refundable reservation fee.
Please be aware Linn County Parks does not allow any live bands,amplified music or karaoke machines at any of our facilities. Reservations for the shelters can be made up to three days prior to your event. Call our office to make your reservations. Please note that a special-use permit request form is required with all shelter reservations. You will be required provide insurance for dunk tanks, bounce castles and inflatable slides.
- RV Hookups
- Boat Ramp
- Dog Park
- Dump Station
- Group Shelters
- Drinking Water
- Disc Golf
Starting in the Cascade Mountains, the South Santiam River offers Chinook salmon and summer steelhead. Spring Chinook are in the river from late April through early July, peaking in May.
For avid fisherman, Waterloo County Park offers two boat ramps — one above the falls and one below the falls. Come for both the spring and fall Salmon runs and discover why the South Santiam is such a great fishing spot.
Waterloo County Park has special area where your dogs can play and exercise off-leash. Here, your pet is free to run, roll over, meet new friends, work out, and play. This area is fully fenced in and is large enough for your dog to play a great game of fetch. There are concrete block walls, jumps and trees for your dogs enjoyment.
Dog waste bags and garbage cans are provided to help keep the facility clean and safe for everyone.
Waterloo County Park has an 18 basket disc golf that will challenge even the most expert disc golfer. The course was designed by local disc golf enthusiasts and draw disc golfers from all over the State of Oregon. The course runs along the southern half of the parks an includes both open grassy fairways and difficult forested holes.
Larwood and Shimanek Covered Bridges Oregon has more covered bridges than any other state west of the Mississippi. Many of the covered bridges are concentrated in the Sweet Home area. For more information about all the covered bridges in Linn County go to: Covered Bridges of Oregon.
Linn County’s 66-mile Oregon Scenic Byway. This picturesque route travels from the rich farmland of the Willamette Valley, along and across the Calapooia and South Santiam rivers into the thick forests of the Cascade Mountains. For more information on this historic journey contact U.S. Forest Service in Sweet Home or go to: Sweet Home Chamber of Commerce.
Lebanon, Oregon’s Annual Strawberry Festival has the world’s largest strawberry cake, parade and carnival every year. The Lebanon Strawberry Festival began in 1909 as a salute to abundant berry fields in the Mid-Willamette Valley. Usually held in late May and early June, join Lebanon and the surround area in celebrating nearly 100 years of strawberries. For more information about the festival please go to: Lebanon Strawberry Festival