Tent campers occupying a designated RV space will be charged the normal
$12 nightly fee for an RV space. Each additional tent set up in any space
(RV or tent) will be charged another $2 per tent, per night. A maximum
number of three tents may be set up in an RV space at one time if space in
the campsite allows.
(November through March)
The park facilities are provided and
regulated in accordance with section 10(a) of the Federal Power Act.
Consistent with applicable laws, rules and regulations, reasonable fees
are charged for the use of the park facilities at Brownlee, Oxbow, and
Hells Canyon developments. All rates apply per site, per night, per
- All grounds are subject to unscheduled
watering day and night. You are responsible for taking the necessary
precautions to protect your property from any damage such watering may
- A 14-day stay limit is followed in all
parks. You must then vacate that park for a minimum of five days. During
those five days you may visit any of our other parks in Hells Canyon.
After the five days you may return to your original park, if space is
- All overnight camping, with or without
hookups, is subject to the posted fees. Fees are due upon arrival. Check
out time is 2 p.m., Mountain Time.
- Campsites may not be reserved and no
advance payments are accepted. Those who reserve and those persons for
whom the space is reserved may be asked to leave the park. Leaving an
unoccupied vehicle, trailer, tent, or other belongings as a means of
reserving a site is strictly prohibited.
- Only one recreational vehicle per space
except where prior permission is obtained from park personnel.
- All vehicles must stay on established
roads or parking areas and operators must possess a valid operator's
- Boats and trailers are to be parked in
- All parks have a noise curfew of 11p.m.
Mountain Time and all guests are required to observe this curfew.
- Pets are welcome, but must be attended
and kept on a six-foot leash. The pets also must not disturb other park
visitors and their owners are required to clean up after them.
- Dump all wastewater and gray water in
designated dump stations and all trash in garbage cans, not in fire
- All fires are to be confined to the
grills or fire rings provided by Idaho Power.
- Fireworks or the discharge of a firearm
or device that propels a projectile is prohibited within or near any
- Companies, organizations, or anyone
wishing to use our facilities for gatherings, picnics, vending
merchandise, or providing other services like catering, etc., must
obtain advance permission from the park coordinating team by calling
- Please respect the property and privacy
of other park visitors and Idaho Power employees.
- Those who violate these regulations can
be required to vacate the premises immediately at the request of Idaho
Power personnel. Those refusing to do so can be prosecuted.
- Get information about camping outside
the developed campgrounds within the Hells Canyon Complex, or access
more details about the Hells Canyon Complex camping policies.
Emergency and Ambulance Information
Woodhead Park: dial 9-1-1, or call
McCormick Park: dial 9-1-1, or call 208-253-4227
Hells Canyon Park: dial 9-1-1, or call 208-253-4227
Copperfield Park: dial 9-1-1, or call 541-523-6415
Idaho Power, Oxbow, Ore., 541-785-3323
Hells Canyon Recreation Report
Information provided by Idaho Power