August 18, 2019
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Grizzly Park at Howard Prairie Lake

Grizzly Park at Howard Prairie Lake covers a total of 80 beautiful acres, including 1.36 miles of lake frontage and a majestic view of Mt. McLoughlin.

Surrounded by the forests of the Cascade Mountains, Howard Prairie Lake is a popular destination, offering an abundance of recreational opportunities, and has some of the best trout and bass fishing in Southern Oregon.

This little gem of a park provides numerous activities such as camping, fishing, boating, hiking, swimming, or just relaxing in the midst of a natural oasis.

With beautiful lakefront campsites and boat ramp, Grizzly Park offers a unique outdoor experience and an opportunity to escape from the city for a fun-filled day or weekend camping trip. Campsites at Grizzly Park are first come, first served.  No Reservations.

4550 Feet

ODFW Fishing Report:
Howard Prairie Reservoir

Bureau of Reclamation:
Lake Levels

 ADA Accessibility
1. CXT Vault Toilet by Boat Ramp

Amenities & Park Fees

  park map 

Grizzly Park Amenities:
21 Campsites (No Hookups)
Picnic Tables
Campfire Rings
CXT Vault Toilets

Grizzly Park Fees:
Daily Parking Fee is $4.00 per vehicle
(Season Passes are sold at the Parks Office for $30)

Campsites are $18/night (includes 1 vehicle)
Maximum of 8 people per campsite
Maximum Stay Limit at ALL Jackson County Parks: 14 days out of any 30-day period
Additional Vehicles (limit one) are $6/night
Firewood is $6.00/bundle.


Open Dates/Hours:
Day Use/Boat Ramp/Campground
Open mid April - mid September
(dates may vary - contact Parks Office )

Hyatt Prairie Road, Ashland, Oregon
40 miles southeast of Medford, OR
21 miles east of Ashland, OR
I-5 Ashland Exit 14, east on Hwy 66 (1 mi)
Take Dead Indian Memorial Rd
Sign shows "Mountain Lakes"
17 miles to Hyatt Prairie Rd - Go about
2 miles on Hyatt Prairie Rd to Grizzly Park