No cash, check, or cards are accepted on site. Make a reservations online or use the mobile app. Cedar Grove campsites are only available by making a reservation. Reserve a campsite on recreation.gov or Recreation.gov Mobile App prior to entering the Molalla River Recreation Corridor. There is no cell reception in the drainage.
Situated in a picturesque grove of western red cedar 6 miles south of Glen Avon Bridge, the site has 10 tent campsites, each equipped with a tent pad, metal fire ring, BBQ grill, and picnic table. The campground also has vault toilets and river access.
Amenities includes a vault restroom, individual campsites with picnic tables, BBQ grill, and a metal fire ring. There are two parking spots for each campsite located in the central parking lot. There is a central handpump for potable water. There is no firewood at the site or firewood collection allowed, please bring your own firewood if you wish to have a fire.
Current fire information for the Northwest Oregon District can be found at BLM Fire Restrictions and Closures under the district specific section.
Vehicle parking is centralized, campsite access is walk-in and distance from parking area varies.
There is no cell phone service. In case of emergency go to an area where you get cell service and dial 9-1-1. There is a payphone on the east side of Glen Avon bridge.
Please use available dumpsters for packing out your campsite’s trash.
Pets are allowed but must be leashed (max. 6 feet). Please dispose all pet waste in trash receptacles.
Beware of wildlife. They will scavenge your campsite. It is advised to keep items secured in a container.
Be aware that the main S. Molalla Forest Rd is regularly used for hauling timber and forest products.
The Molalla River Recreation Corridor sits between 800 and 1200 feet in elevation.
No horses allowed in the campground.
No motorized vehicles allowed outside of the central parking area.
Please observe posted rules and regulations.
Be prepared for flying and biting insects. Bring your bug spray.
Poison Oak is in the area. Leaves of three - let it be.
Molalla Wild and Scenic River and forested environment.
Enjoy a scenic drive along the Molalla Wild and Scenic River which offers easy river access and opportunities for picnicking, swimming, camping, whitewater boating and fishing. The Molalla is one of the few undammed tributaries of the Willamette River and cuts a picturesque gorge on its way to the valley floor. Table Rock Wilderness is further up the canyon and accessible through three trailheads.
Camping, fishing, swimming, hiking and biking on nearby trails (Hardy Creek TH closest)
Standard processing fees apply and are non-refundable.
Visit https://www.recreation.gov/rules-reservation-policies for more information.
Bureau of Land Management Northwest Oregon District-Attn: Recreation Operations 1717 Fabry Rd SE Salem OR 97306
For campground inquiries, please call: 503-375-5646
The Molalla River is located approximately 10 miles southeast of Molalla in Clackamas County. From the town of Molalla, drive east on Main St/OR 211. Veer right at the OR 211/Mathias Road intersection, follow signs for Feyrer Park. Once past Feyrer Park, cross over the Molalla River, turn right, and follow signs for Dickey Prairie Rd. Continue south on Dickey Prairie Rd, keeping the Dickey Prairie Store on your left. At 3.7 miles past the store, turn right on Molalla Forest Rd and cross Glen Avon Bridge. Continue 6 miles, Cedar Grove will be on your left.