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The 10 best camping spots near Portland, Oregon.

Surrounded by state parks, Mount Hood and the Cascade Locks, Portland offers a cornucopia of outdoor activities.

Yurt glamping in private park
Logan
Logan: What a place! Jeff's property is beautiful, something that you can tell he has put a lot of love and...
Teal Creek Camp
Jack
Jack: Great Location. Sara (Land Owner) was gracious and kind. If you camp and want to bring a dog think...
Camping near Portland provides diversity from days spent exploring Oregon's largest city to watching boats navigate the Cascade Locks. Nearby Mount Hood offers camping on peaks that rise over 2 miles above sea level while Tillamook State Forest provides camping among soaring trees next to clear water streams. Camping in cabins and rustic dwellings provide protection during the Read more...
Camping near Portland provides diversity from days spent exploring Oregon's largest city to watching boats navigate the Cascade Locks. Nearby Mount Hood offers camping on peaks that rise over 2 miles above sea level while Tillamook State Forest provides camping among soaring trees next to clear water streams. Camping in cabins and rustic dwellings provide protection during the colder months. Selecting one of the national parks or forests near Portland for your camping adventure makes it easy to wake up and hit the hiking trails, do some bird watching or enjoy the sounds of water lapping against the lake shore. Camping near Portland means you have easy access to the benefits of a major city while enjoying the great outdoors. Enjoy farm camping, lakeside camping, mountainous camping and camping among soaring trees on both private and public land near Portland.
Naked Falls Exclusive Access
Whitney
Whitney: Naked Falls is a swimming and hiking dream! The property has tons of dispersed camping sites along the...
Glamping At  Camp Heaven
Mike
Mike: After my stay at Camp Heaven I now understand the appeal of "glamping." For me, my least favorite part...
Portland received its name from a coin toss. If the coin hand landed the other way, its name would now be Boston.
Breathtaking Sanctuary
Sara
Sara: We really enjoyed Breathtaking Sanctuary. Francine was an awesome host, she was very accommodating to...
Nestled in the Woods
Francine
Francine: pitch your tent in a fabulous spot between fir trees with views of 4 mountain peaks, rolling farmland...
Packing light? Perfect! Ride your bike naked during the World Naked Bike Ride in Portland with its 13,000 participants.
Whispering Pines
Bethany
Bethany: We had such a great time. There isn't a ton of privacy is the hosts are there in the camper, and that...
Babbling Brook
Francine
Francine: pitch your tent in a fabulous spot between fir trees with views of 4 mountain peaks, rolling farmland...
Portland is the only major city in the United States to have a volcano within its city limits.
Silver Falls Campground
Makenzie
Makenzie: Great go to campground that is very kids/family friendly. Easy trails for kids or the elderly. Also...
 Mountain Escape
Octave
Octave: We arrived at the cabin in the early afternoon after stopping at Zigzag Mountain Cafe for a late lunch...