Hewitt and Holcomb Campgrounds

Baker County Parks

Near Richland, Oregon, United States

Park Overview

Hewitt and Holcomb campgrounds features an excellent warm water fishery experience on the banks of the Powder River arm of the Snakes Rivre's Brownlee Reservoir. The RV and tent campsites make excellent base camps as you explore the North East corner of Baker County.

Brownlee Reservoir offers fishing, water, recreation and boating. For fishing information, check with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Current water levels are posted on the Idaho Power website.

The park is open for day-use year-round. The day-use area features a wide, paved boat ramp, fish cleaning station and viewing deck. There are picnic areas for yo to enjoy. You may even see wildlife, including deer, proghorn, geese, eagles, chukars, and quail.

Seasonal Camping

Campground is open from about April 1 to September 30, weather permitting. Limited first-come, first-served camping may be available during the winter months. Check park advisories on this page for updates, or call the park. Campers may book reservations up to 12 months in advance by calling the Parks office.

  • Electrical sites with water.
  • Tent sites with water nearby reservations needed.
  • Contact Us

    For more information call:

  • 541-524-7480 Oct 1 to Mar 31
  • 541-897-8223 Apr 1 to Sep 30
  • Advisories

    Mosquito populations can be high during the summer.

    Brochures and Maps

    Questions and Answers

    Is there WIFI at Hewitt and Holcomb Parks? Yes
    Is firewood available for purchase? Is ice available for purchase? Yes
    Is my dog allowed in the park? Yes

    Amenities & Features

    Dump Station

    Boat Ramp

    Hot Shower



    Restrooms Flush+Vault




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    Parks Web Cam

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