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Feyrer Park - A Clackamas County Park
Campground Description: Feyrer Park is owned and operated by the County of Clackamas, Oregon. Clackamas County should be awarded a medal for this and their other outstanding parks. Feyrer Park is a 27 acre combination day use and camping park located just outside the town of Molalla, approximately 17 miles East of Woodburn and 47 miles Southeast from downtown Portland. Feyrer offers tent camping and RV camping, a sandy swimming beach, fishing, horseshoe pits, a volleyball court, playground equipment, a boat launch, and picnic areas large enough to accommodate up to 200 people. An RV sewage dump station is located at the exit of the campground. All campsites are available for either RV camping or tent camping. Overall the park is very well landscaped and maintained. Open May 1 to September 30. Reservations are recommended and must be made no fewer than 3 days in advance.
Number of Sites: 20
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes
Directions: Interstate 5 Northbound from Salem - Drive North on Interstate 5 (I-5) to exit 271 - Woodburn/Highway 211/Highway 214. Turn right (East) and follow Highway 211 for 15.6 miles into the town of Molalla. At Mathias Road, turn right (South). Follow Mathias Road for .3 miles to Feyrer Park Road. Turn Left on Feyrer Park road and follow for 1.9 miles to the park entrance. The park is located on the left (North) side of Feyrer Park Road. Interstate 5 Southbound from Downtown Portland - Drive South on Interstate 5 (I-5) to exit 271 - Woodburn/Highway 211/Highway 214. Turn left (East) and follow Highway 211 for 15.6 miles into the town of Molalla. At Mathias Road, turn right (South). Follow Mathias Road for .3 miles to Feyrer Park Road. Turn Left on Feyrer Park road and follow for 1.9 miles to the park entrance. The park is located on the left (North) side of Feyrer Park Road.
Fishing: Yes, on the Molalla River at the park
Astronomy Opportunities: Dark skies and little light pollution but there are few clear areas for telescope camping because of trees. The parking lot at the boat launch is the best location. For computerized telescopes, the exact location of the parking lot is 45.13825° North, 122.53414° West.
Nearby Golfing:The OGA Members Course at Tukwila 2850 Hazelnut Drive Woodburn, OR 97071 503-981-6105 The OGA Members Course at Tukwila Woodburn Golf Club Highway 214 West Woodburn, OR 97071 Woodburn Golf Club (Be sure to visit the site before going to the course)
Contact Information:Clackamas County Parks 150 Beavercreek Rd Oregon City, OR 97045 503-742-4414 http://reservations.clackamas.us
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Sign at the entrance to Feyrer Park
Map of the campground and the day use area at Feyrer Park
One of the picnic shelters at Feyrer Park
Playgouund equipment in the day use area, across the lawn from the camping sites at Feyrer Park
A typical back-in camping site at Feyrer Park
The restrooms at Feyrer Park offer flush toilets and hot showers
All of the camp sites at Feyrer Park are set into the forest
All 20 camping sites back up to a small stream at Feyrer Park
Feyrer Park is well landscaped and maintained
Typical of all 20 camping sites at Feyrer Park
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