Trailbridge Campground is closed for approx 5 years starting in 2017 for work on hydro electric facility there.
Located on the shore of Trail Bridge Reservoir, this campground has both campsites nestled under large old-growth Douglas Fir and campsites in an open grassy meadow.
LOCATION: Trailbridge Campground is located 13 miles northeast of McKenzie Bridge
ACCESS: From McKenzie Bridge, take Highway 126 east approximately 13 miles. Turn left at the Trail Bridge Campground. Follows signs to the campground.
ELEVATION: 3,000 feet
Overnight — 14 day limit
Late April (beginning of fishing season) — Mid-Late October (end of elk hunting season)
FEES (PER SITE PER NIGHT): YES
# OF SITES: 46 campsites including 27 walk-in / tent sites and 19 RV sites
FACILITIES: 2 vault toilets, piped water, dumpsters, garbage pick-up, tables, campfire rings, NO firewood
ACTIVITIES: camping, fishing, hiking, picnicking, boating (non-motorized), fishing
DESCRIPTION & ATTRACTIONS: Trail Bridge Lake offers fishing, swimming, motorized and non-motorized boating. Koosah and Sahalie Falls viewpoints with toilet and interpretive signs are up the McKenzie River Trail.
ACCESSIBLE SITE: 1 Seasonal restroom, paved access routes, fishing platform, tables.
MAXIMUM TRAILER LENGTH: 45 feet
RESERVATION CONTACT: None
- AddressHwy 126
- CategoryCamping and RV Parks, Camping and RV Parks, Lodging
- LocationMcKenzie Bridge, McKenzie River
- By Chris LaVoie
- Email: email@example.com