Camping near Bend, Oregon

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Camping near Bend

Adventure is written all over this Central Oregon camping paradise in the heart of the Cascades.

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Sunset with the fire pit and sitting area
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B:30 Desert Destination
3 sites · Tents10 acres · OREnjoy Cascade Mountain views during the day and unlimited stargazing at night.  Cook your own meals in the outdoor kitchen, featuring a propane stove, propane BBQ and a sink.  Camping is situated on 10 acres and just 10 minutes from the Crooked River, Prineville Reservoir and Millican Valley OHV Trail System .  A 15 minute drive will take you to a very scenic hike at Chimney Rock Trail.  Bend and Prineville are both a 30 minute drive away. Our group tent site is on two separate-12' x 14' flat gravel pads and will accommodate tents of all reasonable sizes. The other two separate tent sites are roughly 20'x20' flat gravel pads and will accomodate 2 individual tents if needed. Wood fire bans are in effect year round. We do provide propane fire pits at each site as an alternative. Group site outdoor shower available Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.
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Each of the campsites have a picnic table and electric hookup
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Umpqua's Last Resort
28 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents4 acres · Idleyld Park, ORUmpqua’s Last Resort is nestled along the North Umpqua River in the Umpqua National Forest. This region of the Oregon Cascade Mountains is commonly referred to as “Oregon’s Emerald-Jewel Gateway” to Crater Lake National Park. Spectacular marble river views, volcanic formations, thundering waters, and towering firs are just the beginning… the North Umpqua River is World Class! Settled in the community of Dry Creek, 27-miles east of Idleyld Park [Idle-wild Park] on the North Umpqua River, Umpqua's Last Resort hosts fifteen 50/30/20amp Full Hook-up RV Sites, Glamping Tents, Camper Cabins, a Tiny Home, RV Experiences, heated shower house & restrooms, mountain Wi-Fi, access to the North Umpqua River & Dry Creek. Umpqua’s Last Resort is a privately owned recreational vehicle park & campground located on exclusive private-property deep in the heart of the Umpqua National Forest. As a proud equal opportunity recreation provider we thank you for your interest.
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Crazy Horse Tipi
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Tipi Village Retreat
7 sites · LodgingMarcola, ORJanet and Ken both have a love for quality food and create healthy and plentiful meals. Janet is...
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The entrance to the Property. Guests receive remote control for gate to come and go. Gate must be kept closed for animals protection.
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Carsners Tree Farm (CTF)
8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents8 acres · Lebanon, ORCome and enjoy an 8 acre tree farm located near Lebanon, Oregon. We purchased this property in 2019. This is a tree farm with 800+ planted Christmas trees. We put in campsites, a cabin, a barn loft, and a fire pit. We offer these to guests when not being used by our family and friends. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, and quail & 3 active beehives.  Guests are welcome to fresh eggs from the chicken coop. We are fully fenced and gated for your family and pets protection. South Santiam River is less than 1 mile for fishing, kayaking, or rafting.  Foster reservoir is 30 minutes away and Green Peter Reservoir is 45 minutes away for boating, swimming, and fishing. There is a loop exercise trail that circles the property and offers 30-degree climbs. You can also play games inside or basketball outside.We thought it would be great to have family gatherings and get togethers here and think of this as our slice of heaven, and hope others enjoy it as well.
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Crooked Finger Farms
3 sites · Lodging67 acres · Scotts Mills, ORAs a working 67 acre organic farm, the property is very rural, but only an hour outside Portland,...
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Camp Colton
11 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents85 acres · Colton, OROne of rural Oregon's hidden gems, Camp Colton is a retreat and event center tucked away on 85 acres of forest. Enjoy hiking our trails, walking our creeks and swimming or canoeing in our creek-fed pond. This is a truly special setting to unplug and relax. Our listings offer something for everyone, including tent camping, RV sites, a tiny house, forest yurt and a cottage that sleeps up to six! All of our listings are pet friendly and allow campfires (burn ban permitting). Amenities for each listing vary from bare-bones to full kitchen and bath, so be sure to read each description carefully and choose according to your needs. Our guests love staying with us! "This place was absolutely amazing! We cannot wait to come back!" "The host thought of everything - every little touch and comfort to make it feel so cozy and glamping-perfect." "The fire pit and chairs outside were excellent, and the stove inside kept it so cozy and warm in there. Plenty of firewood, lighter, blankets, water & lights - we wanted for nothing!" "It felt very remote and we could hear the water all night, but it’s actually not remote and so we appreciated that the camp was gated at night." "Such a great place!! We are going to recommend it to all our friends and can’t wait to get back. Thanks to Neal for being an excellent host when we arrived!!"
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Carbon Farm Mt Hood
12 sites · RVs, Tents1462 acres · OR1462 acres of native oak woodland and pastures near Mt. Hood National Forest and the Columbia Gorge Scenic Area. We are converting this farm from Wheat, to Organic and Regenerative. Lots of building is going on during the week around the farm and there is a tonne of places to get away and see Elk, Deer, Turkey, Hawks, Bald Eagle and much more. Enjoy the Silence.
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Afternoon camp hangs
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Justesen Ranches
16 sites · Lodging, RVs, TentsORJustesen Ranches is family owned working cattle, wheat and recreation ranch . Our properties are...
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All paths lead to the oak grove.
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Creekside Farm with showers
3 sites · Lodging, Tents30 acres · Molalla, ORMilk creek cuts through the property and its perfect for sitting in a chair and watching your kids play in the creek. 30 acres of private park setting with kitchen and showers. We also have a tiny creekside cabin which is a great addition to the campground and a retro trailer with air conditioning that sleeps 6. Tiny creek side cabin with relaxing view. 120 SF cabin with 150 SF covered deck and queen bed. Very private and calm with a picnic table. Currently no power. "solar project". Lantern provided. We also have a campground which can be rented with the cabin and you would be our only guests on site with both rented. Guests love staying with us "Brenda's property is fantastic. We had a gathering of friends for a long weekend on this property (rented the cabin too) and had the best time. Having the creek to splash around in, warm running water for showers and washing dishes, trails to explore, and the delivery of fresh produce and eggs from the property far exceeded our expectations. Brenda is the best host - she answered all my questions quickly and was very generous with our group. Definitely recommend!"
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Even our laundry is picturesque!
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Historic, Quiet Organic Farm
5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents21 acres · Salem, ORGeerCrest Farm occupies Kalapuya land, settled by the Geer family in 1847, and is still owned and stewarded by the family. The house Ralph and Mary Geer built in 1851 stands and is one of the oldest in Oregon to remain in the same family. GeerCrest Farm and Historical Society manages the front portion of the land and has provided farm-life experiences for all ages since 2007, along with day and overnight experiences for individuals and families. Along with its history, the valley view, small creek and pond, farm animal, and diverse wildlife at GeerCrest is a truly unique experience. On the 20 acre property, we offer two tent camp sites, a tree house, as well as two woodland lodgings. Our peaceful, small farm offers a reflective immersion in nature and history among the occasional chatter of chickens and baaas of sheep. The scenery from all corners of the farm is incredible - a favorite is the westward view of the valley pasture at sunset -- called "Homer's View" after famous political cartoonist and Geer descendant, Homer Davenport. No matter which camping site you choose, the sounds of the creek, pond frogs, or conversing owls are sure to lull you to sleep. Please say hello to our flock of chickens, barn cats (they may say hello first) and small but mighty herd of sheep. Explore the Heritage Grove of historic trees, the Memorial apple orchard and pear glade with varieties cerca 1840s, indulge your senses in our medicinal herb garden, ponder the historic 1854 black cottonwood tree and chat with our farm family while they water the veggie gardens, if you so wish! Your experience will certainly be unique to the season. GeerCrest Farm is truly an off-the-beaten-path gem.
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Aerial of Fort Creek running through our property.
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Crater Lake Resort
4 sites · Tents13 acres · Chiloquin, OROur property has been in business in one way or another for over 70 years. The stick built cabins...
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Heartline Ranch and Tipi Village
3 sites · Lodging5 acres · ORBob & Kori bought their ranch and land in Sept. of 2016, a 'diamond-in-the-rough'. They fell in...
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Outdoor stays for every style

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Set in Central Oregon's high desert, just east of the Cascade Range, Bend is a small but growing city that attracts outdoor recreation fans with year-round sunshine and easy access to some of the state's most spectacular natural areas for hiking, mountain biking, and skiing. The Deschutes River, a tributary of the Columbia River, flows right through town, offering white-water rafting and fishing, while Smith Rock State Park—the de facto birthplace of sport climbing—is only a short drive away. While outdoor fun reigns supreme here, it’s also a bit of a foodie destination, with a wide range of local breweries. Whatever your camping style, you'll find your dream spot near Bend, where tent sites, RV parks, yurts, and farmsteads complement the state parks and national forest.

Where to Go

Along the Deschutes River

One of Central Oregon's biggest draws, the Deschutes River and its tributaries, lakes, and reservoirs attract boaters and paddlers, particularly in the summer months. Private and public camping opportunities abound near the river, especially given it passes through some state parks, including The Cove Palisades State ParkLaPine State Park, and Tumalo State Park, a riverside gem with canyon trails, swimming holes, and excellent rainbow trout fishing. Unfortunately, this pristine spot is no secret—book early to secure your spot in the summer.

Ochoco National Forest

Spread out over nearly a million acres, quiet Ochoco National Forest offers a diverse mix of canyons, forest, arid high desert, and lakes. It's a great place to camp, with both dispersed campsites and campgrounds, plus plenty of cabins and private options available to book.

Willamette National Forest

Directly west of Bend, the Willamette National Forest is among the most popular spots in Oregon for hiking and camping. About a fifth of the forest is designated wilderness, accessible only on foot or by horseback, making the area particularly popular for multi-night backpacking trips.

When to Go

Bend attracts lovers of the great outdoors throughout the year, with all sorts of summer fun, including rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, and river rafting. Winter sports enthusiasts flock to the area in the cooler months to ski the slopes of Mt. Bachelor, the crown jewel of the Deschutes Forest. Summers are generally hot and dry, and this time of year is certainly the busiest for camping, so book ahead to sleep under the stars.

Further, in the mountains, Scout Lake features a popular campground and Sandy swimming beaches. When it comes to staying cool, it doesn't get better than the Cascade Lakes. Paddle or cruise your boat across Elk Lake, or kick back on your hammock at a seasonal waterfront campground.

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