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The 20 best camping spots in Oregon.

Towering volcanoes, deep crater lakes, and pristine wilderness make for epic Best Coast camping.

Camp On a Buffalo and Yak Ranch
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1. Camp On a Buffalo and Yak Ranch

Pitch your tent on a lush grassy area in the midst of a 40 acre bison and Yak ranch. Enjoy the majestic Cascade Mountain Range in the backdrop....

Antelope Flat Reservoir Campground and Day Use

2. Antelope Flat Reservoir Campground and Day Use

If sleeping near a lake but probably not having a direct view of it sounds like your kind of adventure, Antelope Flat Reservoir and Campground is...

The only thing camping in Oregon can't offer is a moment of boredom. A trip to the coast offers wide, rolling dunes and dramatic sandstone formations, all in close proximity to Siuslaw National Forest's endless camping opportunities. Leave the tent at home, find yurts galore in both state parks and on private land. Journey inland to camp beneath the awe-inspiring shadow of Read more...
The only thing camping in Oregon can't offer is a moment of boredom. A trip to the coast offers wide, rolling dunes and dramatic sandstone formations, all in close proximity to Siuslaw National Forest's endless camping opportunities. Leave the tent at home, find yurts galore in both state parks and on private land. Journey inland to camp beneath the awe-inspiring shadow of Mount Hood, or find the best camping near Bend, Oregon in the Deschutes National Forest, where you can pitch your tent beside serene lakes and sweeping rivers. The waterfalls, crater lakes, deep gorges and high mountains of Oregon can be explored year round, and you'll need all the time you can get to discover all of Oregon's wild splendor.
Double Cabin Campground

3. Double Cabin Campground

The imaginatively named Double Cabin Campground is a short walk from the equally-inspired Double Cabin Pond. Something tells us that you’ll find a...

Pine Mountain Campground

4. Pine Mountain Campground

Huff and puff your way to Pine Mountain Campground, located at the summit of Pine Mountain, and you’ll be rewarded with ah-mazing views. And the...

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Stunning Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the U.S., formed within the remains of a volcano.
Wiley Flat Campground

5. Wiley Flat Campground

Wiley Flat Campground is in a classic idyllic Oregon meadow. The kind where a stream runs through the middle, wildflowers and grasses wave lazily...

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Elkhorn Campground

6. Elkhorn Campground

Elkhorn Campground is one of the free rugged campsites in the Maury Mountains. If you’re into rockhounding, sleeping near the legendary Maury...

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Oregon is the only state to have an official state nut and it's the hazelnut. Sounds like a great excuse to pack some Nutella.
Prineville Campground

7. Prineville Campground

The main Prineville campground provides lake-soaked views and the tawny, ginger stripes of a desert canyon to gaze upon. It’s a sanctuary for water...

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China Hat Campground

8. China Hat Campground

Located smack dab in the middle of the East Fort Rock OHV Trail System, China Hat Campground is popular with ATVers and other off-road vehicle...

Sea Lion Caves, located right in Florence, Oregon, is the largest known sea cave in the world.
Eclipse Camping Near Shaniko
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9. Eclipse Camping Near Shaniko

Reserve a camping space in the eclipse totality on our ranch near Shaniko. We have lots of space so no one will be crowded, including over thirty...

Cinder Hill Campground

10. Cinder Hill Campground

Even though Cinder Hill Campground has 108 campsites up for grabs, you’ll still get some semblance of privacy thanks to strategic between-site...

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Oregon is the best state in the country to get your yurt on, with 159 yurts located throughout 19 state parks and private land.
East Lake Campground

11. East Lake Campground

If you have to go chasing waterfalls, then make East Lake Campground your homebase—you’ll find a number of pretty falls, and plenty of TLC nearby....

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Guyon Springs Cabin
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12. Guyon Springs Cabin

Stay in our cozy cabin with a wood stove, and wood fired hot tub. Off the grid, sleeps four. Near by attractions include John Day River swimming (...

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Little Crater Campground

13. Little Crater Campground

Add this to your bucket list, stat: pitching a tent inside a volcano! Mind eruption. You can do just that at Little Crater Campground; the 50 sites...

Natala
Natala : Wonderful spot -- where almost every camp site is lakeside! Each site is equipped with a fire ring, picnic table and parking....
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Biggs Springs Campground

14. Biggs Springs Campground

Take a sabbatical from your push notifications with Biggs Springs Campground. There are only three campsites with fire pits/grills, picnic tables...

Chief Paulina Horse Camp

15. Chief Paulina Horse Camp

Exploring the Newberry Volcanic Monument on horseback is a great way to see the area—and you’ll definitely cover a lot more ground when riding on...

Newberry Group Campground

16. Newberry Group Campground

Are you and 50 of your closest friends looking to explore the ah-mazing Newberry Volcanic Monument together? Then Newberry Group Campground is for...

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Paulina Lake Campground

17. Paulina Lake Campground

Paulina Lake Campground offers breathtaking hiking trails, easy lake access and—get excited!—toilets that flush! It’s one of the nicest campgrounds...

Anna
Anna: This campground is situated right next to the lake but shaded beneath the trees. Not a ton of privacy between sites but also...
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Ochoco Forest Campground

18. Ochoco Forest Campground

Quaint best describes Ochoco Forest Campground. This small five site setup can service tent or trailer camping with fire rings, drinking water,...

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McKay Crossing Campground

19. McKay Crossing Campground

Peaceful silence. . . note the chirp of birds and the tinkle of water running through a creek: sounds more like you’re staying at a spa than a...

Buck Spring Campground

20. Buck Spring Campground

Get a lot or a lil’ R&R at this wooded campground removed from beaten path of the Malheur National Forest. When you’re here, pack in and pack...