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Willamette National Forest, Oregon

The Willamette National Forest runs 110 miles along the Cascade Range in western Oregon. The landscape includes a stunning variety of towering mountains with volcanic peaks, densely forested slopes, Read more...
The Willamette National Forest runs 110 miles along the Cascade Range in western Oregon. The landscape includes a stunning variety of towering mountains with volcanic peaks, densely forested slopes, and narrow ravines. Winding through the Forest are not one, but two Congress-designated “Wild and Scenic Rivers.” Willamette is also known for its cascading waterfalls and has more than 375 lakes. The forest is home to big game like black bear, Roosevelt elk, and cougar. And be on the lookout out for northern bald eagle and wolverine! Both species are rare, but can be spotted in the National Forest.
Timpanogas Campground
Timpanogas Campground is located in a high elevation stand of silver, grand, and noble fir. You can...
Indigo Springs Campground
Be tickled by the tininess of Indigo Spring’s three-site campground set in a stand of Douglas fir...
Sacandaga Campground
Enjoy a touch of history at the Sacandaga Campground conveniently equipped with toilets and drinking...
Campers Flat Campground
Prance amongst Ponderosa pines you camping king or queen, you. Fish, hike, or cycle all within the...
Secret Campground
Shhh. It’s a secret. Except that it really isn’t because there isn’t a ton of tree cover and the sites...
Sand Prairie Campground
Mmm, hazelnut, and no, we’re not talking about the coffee creamer. Spacious and scented, the Sand...
Gold Lake Campground
Embody american hero Huckleberry Finn at Gold Lake Campground. Hike to a primitive log shelter circa...
Packard Creek Campground
Packard Creek Campground is huge and nearly fully accessible. Perfect for large gatherings, Packard...
Blue Pool Campground
The Blue Pool Campground is close to the highway, but local attractions and activities trump the...
Shadow Bay Campground
You can find Shadow Bay Campground on a bay at the southern end of Waldo Lake, surrounded by a...
Salmon Creek Falls Campground
A local favorite, the Salmon Creek Falls Campground is a small piece of paradise (hint: think fairy...
Islet Campground
Islet Campground is located near the sandy beaches of northern Waldo Lake. The wind blows consistently...
North Waldo Campground
Madeleine
Madeleine: This is my favorite campsite in all of Oregon. I've visited North Waldo Lake nearly every summer since...
Blair Lake Campground
Fish for Brook in the alpine air at Blair Lake Campground; or go the herbivore route and eat all of...
Black Canyon Campground
Black Canyon Campground is going up pretty much every weekend of the summer so arrive early to stake...
Skookum Creek Campground
Skookum Creek Campground is a popular starting point for backcountry hiking, fishing, and horseback...
Kiahanie Campground
Don’t move too fast at the Kiahanie Campground or risk distrupting the perfect quietness of this...
Frissell Crossing Campground
Today’s menu: angler’s delight. Far removed from the main road and set next to a picturesque babbling...
Puma Campground
It’s at the end of the road, folks. The Puma Campground sits literally at the end of the road and at...
Bedrock Campground
Recently shaped by fire and restored in 2005 (reconstruction of amenities and habitat revival),...
Broken Bowl Campground
Bunker down for a night or two at Broken Bowl Campground before heading down the 13. 7 mile Fall Creek...
Big Pool Campground
Big Pool Campground is a small, shady, and splashy five site camp that offers wet ‘n’ wild water...
Dolly Varden Campground
Three drive-up and two walk-in sites mark the Dolly Varden Campground on Fall Creek. All campsites sit...
French Pete Campground
There’s nothing french about the French Pete Campground, but it is pretty cool. Escape the summer heat...
Cougar Crossing Campground
Don’t be confluenced by the junction of the McKenzie River and Cougar Reservoir–there’s plenty of...
Sunnyside Campground
Shady grove my little love… Break out the pic ‘n’ guitar at the Sunnyside Campground after a long day...
Slide Creek Campground
Oh the choices. Located just 50 miles from Eugene, the Slide Creek Campground has something to offer...
Delta Campground
Surrounded by water and connected through trails, the Delta Campground is huge! With a total of 38...
McKenzie Bridge Campground
McKenzie Bridge Campground is kind of a big deal. You have picnic tables, toilets, drinking water,...
Limberlost Campground
If you had to choose between drinking water and fire to warm yourself at night which would you choose?...
Paradise Campground
This place is paradise if you not only enjoy people watching, but people watching rafters catapulting...
Mona Campground
Mona Campground Attention anglers, commodores and landlocked mermaids: welcome to aquatic...
Lookout Campground
Lookout Campground Ahoy able bodied seaman (and women)! Set your anchor at Lookout Campground for...
Alder Springs Campground
Let’s cut to the chase: extreme camping isn’t for everyone. If your packing list looks like a liquor...
Scott Lake Campground
You know that photo that your friend posts to Instagram of a lake surrounded by snow-capped mountains,...
Olallie Campground
Which came first, the river or the creek? No need to answer because both parallel Olalie Lake...
Trail Bridge Campground
Makenzie
Makenzie: Right down the road is Smith Reservoir, if your into fishing at all then stop by this place and throw...
Lakes End Campground
Get your landlubbin’ self on a boat, and go explore Lakes End Campground! These 17 sites are popular...
Ice Cap Creek Campground
You’ll find Ice Cap Creek Campground on a bluff up above the McKenzie River and Carmen Reservoir. The...
Coldwater Cove Campground
Makenzie
Makenzie: Campground is right now Clear Lake. A great place for non-motorized boats and fishing!
House Rock Campground
Nope, it’s not a new genre of music, but it is a really cool camping spot! House Rock Campground is...
Trout Creek Campground
The well-shaded Trout Creek Campground sits in a forest of hemlocks and Douglas-firs, where the South...
Yukwah Campground
You’ll find the Yukwah Campground on the banks of the South Santiam River, surrounded by a forest of...
Big Lake West Campground
This tent-only, little cub campsite next to Big Lake Campground offers a quieter, more secluded...
Fernview Campground
River views don’t get much better than this! Fernview Campground is perched high above a scenic...
Lost Prairie Campground
The Lost Prairie Campground is located along Hackleman Creek, nestled among towering trees of spruce,...
Big Lake Campground
A holy grail for water recreation seekers, this multi-use campground stretches across the western...
Lost Lake Campground
Lost Lake is no lost cause, in fact it’s quite the popular destination for fishers and hunters who are...
Humbug Campground
Bah, humbug! Even Ebenezer Scrooge would find it difficult to be grumpy here! Humbug Campground is...
Marion Forks Campground
Marion Forks Campground is a great spot for campers seeking some solitude. The campground and trails...
Breitenbush Campground
Patricia
Patricia: Make sure to visit the hot springs at the resort as they are AMAING! The community there is quite...
Riverside Campground
Riverside Campground is located… on the riverside! Near the North Satiam River, this is the perfect...
Whispering Falls Campground
The Whispering Falls Campground is located on the North Santiam River, surrounded by a forest of...
Southshore Campground
Ben
Ben: There are several great tent sites right on the edge of the lake.
Cove Creek Campground
The largest and newest campground on Detroit Lake, Cove Creek is a great spot for hikers; the nearby...
Santiam Flats Campground
The Santiam Flats Campground is located where the North Santiam River meets the Detroit Lake. Once a...
Hoover Campground
Hoover Campground, located on the Detroit Lake, is the perfect spot for a family getaway. Enjoy...
Piety Island Campground
A room (errr. . . tent) with a view! The only way to reach the Piety Island Campground is by boat....
Elk Lake Campground
Do you like elk? Do you like lakes? If you answered ‘yes’ to both of these questions, Elk Lake...
Shady Cove Campground
Shady Grove Campground offers campers a primitive camping experience along the Little North Fork of...
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Lavish Country Retreat
Mike
Mike: Located approximately two hours south of Portland, and only 20 minutes south of Eugene, Lavish Country...
Mazama Campground
Lorene
Lorene: The camp store at Mazama Village is very well stocked, which is a good thing since the nearest grocery...
Tiny House Farm
Andrew
Andrew: This listing was incredible, and exceeded all expectations! The host, Ryan, was right there to welcome...
Diamond Lake Campground
Brian
Brian: Heavily wooded, spaced out campsites make this place special. You get privacy, and if you aren't...
Lost Creek Campground
Christina
Christina: Its best to go in August or September so that after a long hike you will actually want to jump into...
Eagle Rock Campground
Eagle Rock Campground offers glimpses of both eagles and rock formations from the shade of mixed...
Tipi Village Retreat
Octave
Octave: Ken and Janet welcomed us at the Tipi Village Retreat on a Friday afternoon. We spent the night in...
Union Creek Campground
Ann Marie
Ann Marie: The family was split about this one. I thought it quite lovely. Our spot backed up to Union Creek and...
Best Friends Farms
Momo
Momo: I had a great stay here! The landscape is breathtaking and the sunset is beautiful. Though I didn't...
Stunning Western Camp Site #1
Ransom
Ransom: We had a wonderful time at Kori and Bob's campsite! This a beautiful little spot in the Oregon...
Clearwater Falls Campground
Nestled along the Clearwater River, the tumbling water, mossy rocks, and Douglas Firs turn the Pacific...
Whitehorse Falls Campground
If your idea of camping is more Walden than Coachella, Whitehorse Falls Campground is your kind of...
Thielsen View Campground
Alex
Alex: The mosquitos will literally eat you alive during the summer here. The marshes and creeks that...
Poole Creek Campground
Beachside camping at altitude, surrounded by Oregon’s three most iconic evergreen species. Lemolo Lake...
Howlock Mountain Trailhead
Howlock Mountain Trailhead campsite gives new meaning to the term ‘base camp’. Two campsites, some...
Bunker Hill Campground
Freedom, solitude, bald eagles. This all-American campground has it all. With five sites and nothin’...
Joseph H. Stewart Campground
Watch the boats zip by on the reservoir below when you camp at Joseph H. Stewart. There are campsites...
Inlet Campground
True to its name, Inlet Campground is hidden deep in the forest where the Umpqua River enters Lemolo...
Broken Arrow Campground
This is a biggun’. 130 campsites, four extra-large group sites, and full facilities for campers and...