Discover the Pacific Northwest from Corvallis—a jewel on the Willamette River.
For secluded camping in the Willamette Valley, the nature-loving town of Corvallis has you covered. Explore 60 miles of surrounding trails, kayak the river, or drive to a hilltop for Benton County views. Want to surf the Pacific? The Oregon Coast is just an hour's drive away. Whatever your camping style, you're sure to find your dream spot around Corvallis and nearby Albany. Pulling into an RV park puts Oregon State University events right at your doorstep. (Free Wi-Fi is a tempting plus). For a more rustic camping experience, pitch a tent in one of the state parks or natural areas. A short drive west takes you to a breathtaking coastal wilderness—Siuslaw National Forest. Across the mountain landscape, you find horse camps, offroad vehicle camps, and 40 developed campgrounds. One of the most accessible camping spots is Marys Peak. The highest point in the Coast Range, it's a popular getaway for hiking, snowshoeing, biking, and birding. At the Marys Peak Campground, camp easy with picnic tables and fire rings under a canopy of Douglas fir and cedar trees. Another Coast Range favorite for RV and tent camping is Alsea Falls Recreation Site. Meditate to the crashing of 30-foot falls, or step down to the Alsea River. It's a mecca for swimming in the summer and salmon fishing in the winter.