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Glamping in Pacific Northwest

Old-growth forests, sweeping coastlines, snowy peaks, and hot springs abound in this pristine wonderland

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Afternoon camp hangs
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Justesen Ranches
3 sites · Lodging, RVs, TentsOregonJustesen Ranches is family owned working cattle, wheat and recreation ranch . Our properties are...
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$160
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Roots Rise Family Farm
2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents12 acres · Lyle, WashingtonSituated in the beautiful High Prairie on Friends of the Gorge land with gorgeous views in every...
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Front entrance with accessible ramp
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Romantic Forest Hide-a-Way
2 sites · Lodging40 acres · WashingtonLargely constructed from materials lovingly and gently harvested on-site, the Yurt at Rivendell...
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Bologna Creek Ranch
3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents101 acres · OregonMy grandfather and my dad bought the property as a bank foreclosure in 1987.  Our grandfather...
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The view...
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Waterfall Sanctuary
5 sites · Lodging17 acres · Carson, WashingtonHappy 2023 Hipcampers! We look forward to seeing you this upcoming season! Waterfall Sanctuary...
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The cabin
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The Burke Cabin
1 site · Lodging34 acres · Rhododendron , OregonMy husband, Chandler and I were both lucky enough to have grown up in the beautiful Mt. Hood area...
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$400
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Morning view
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Be A Farmer For A Day!
3 sites · Lodging1 acre · Corbett, OregonOur property was homesteaded in 1919 by L.T. (Toot) and Doris Evans.  Toot's parents homesteaded...
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Camp Colton
5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents85 acres · Colton, OregonOne of rural Oregon's hidden gems, Camp Colton is a retreat and event center tucked away on 85...
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K Kay M.’s Land
2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents75 acres · Randle, Washington
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All paths lead to the oak grove.
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Creekside Farm with showers
2 sites · Lodging, Tents30 acres · Molalla, OregonMilk creek cuts through the property and its perfect for sitting in a chair and watching your...
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Masabaje Camp
3 sites · Lodging, Tents20 acres · Ellensburg, WashingtonPurchased in 2013 after a fire came through the area. We've spent the last 7 years regenerating...
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Crooked Finger Farms
3 sites · Lodging67 acres · Scotts Mills, OregonAs a working 67 acre organic farm, the property is very rural, but only an hour outside Portland,...
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$195
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The Pacific Northwest (PNW) region of the United States offers some of the most spectacular nature in the United States. Here you’ll find a mix of climates, from temperate rainforests to arid high desert, with massive mountain ranges stretching through both Oregon and Washington. Even the Columbia River, which divides the two states, is characterized by vistas, waterfalls, and spring wildflowers. While the Pacific Northwest gets its fair share of rain, this only adds to the lushness. Plus, a little water doesn’t stop most Northwesterners from getting out and exploring, and many of the campgrounds are open year-round (and offer yurts for rainy-day glamping).

Where to Go

The Pacific Coast

Stretching along the Pacific Ocean, from the edge of the redwoods up to the Olympic Peninsula, this Oregon and Washington expanse is characterized by forest-flanked beaches and epic rock formations. It’s also home to Olympic National Park, a protected area of varied ecosystems spread over nearly a million acres.

The Cascade Range 

Usually referred to simply as the Cascades, this long stretch of mountains stretches from British Columbia clear down to Northern California. Here you’ll find many of the PNW’s tallest mountains, including Mt. Rainier (which has its own national park), Mt. St. Helens, and Mt. Hood. It’s also home to Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the US (and Oregon’s only national park).

East of the Cascades

Eastern Oregon and Washington are characterized by dry, desert environments, without the heavy rainfall that's the norm in the western parts of the states. It’s also the least populated part of the Pacific Northwest, ideal for deep wilderness backpacking and avoiding the crowds.

The Willamette Valley

Sandwiched between the Coastal Range and the Cascades, the Willamette Valley is home to Oregon’s largest cities: Portland, Salem, and Eugene. The region is among the best for hiking and camping experiences in the state, with plenty of national forests and state parks to choose from. It’s also a great place for wine tasting, and its American Viticultural Area (AVA) is internationally renowned, particularly among pinot noir fans.

Northwest Washington State

While Seattle is the biggest attraction for many visitors to this corner of Washington state, there’s plenty for campers and outdoor enthusiasts to discover, too, from kayaking the Puget Sound to whale watching in the San Juan Islands. At the northernmost edge of the state, North Cascades National Park attracts hikers and backpackers with its remote trail networks flanked by ancient forests.

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