10 Best Camping Spots in Oregon!

Are you a camping enthusiast? Then it’s time to visit the Beaver State, which delivers some of the best camping in the country. From pitching a tent near the sound of barking seals at Seal Rock RV Cove to camping by a volcano at East Lake Campground, here are the 10 Best Camping Spots in Oregon.

Cape Lookout State Park, Tillamook, OR

Cape Lookout State Park is a popular vacation destination for visitors looking for camping and oceanfront access. Spend time at the park with a beach or on hiking trails leading to a serene viewpoint on a spit.

Cedar Bloom Farm, Cave Junction, OR

If you want to camp in style, try Cedar Bloom Farm, with tons of river access and long pebble beaches to walk. Plus, enjoy their fully equipped commercial kitchen and comfortable wooden showers overlooking the river.

Little Crater Campground, La Pine, OR

Locals love Central Oregon's Little Crater Campground, often touted as their "favorite campground in the lower 48". Enjoy beauty camping near lake views, bird watching, kayaking, hiking, and hot springs.

Seal Rocks RV Cove, Seal Rock, OR

For world-class RV camping with tons of amenities, pull up to Seal Rocks RV Park. The sound of the waves and the barking of the seals will provide a fun backdrop for your next camping excursion.

Bonney Meadows Campground, Mt. Hood National Forest, Maupin, OR

Explore the eastern side of Mount Hood at Bonney Meadows Campground. Backpackers love this campsite because they can pitch tents with peaceful views of the mountain.

Lick Creek Campground, Joseph, OR

Lick Creek campground provides a laid-back camping experience along the creek. Known for excellent day hikes and infinite exploration, it's perfect for tent campers and trailers alike.

Camp Dakota, Scotts Mills, OR

Camp Dakota is the camping destination for families with kids. Join them for themed events like "High Adventure Day," where adults and kids can experience zip-lining, gold panning, and even get pizza delivered after a long day!

Alder Springs Campground, Bend, OR

Alder Springs Campground offers first-come-first-serve camping inside the Willamette National Forest. Surrounded by towering Douglas fir trees, it's a renowned home base for rafting the McKenzie River or tubing along Willamette Pass.

Mann Lake Recreation Site, Hines, OR

Near the Alvord Desert, Mann Lake Recreation Site is known among anglers for its Lahontan cutthroat trout. With a handful of primitive campsites situated along the shore, campers can expect basic amenities and one of the area's most spectacular views of Steens Mountain.

East Lake Campground, Deschutes National Forest, La Pine, OR

East Lake Campground sits near the edge of East Lake, nestled within Newberry Volcano's caldera. The camp has one feature every visitor will remember: a white beach with emerald water that looks more like a tropical paradise than your typical lake in Oregon.

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