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The best camping near Fall Creek State Recreation Area

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Take your boat camping at this wooded spot on Fall Creek Reservoir.  

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Ruby’s Cabin

1 site · Lodging90 acres · Westfir, OR
Grandpa had a dream of building cabins for his granddaughters. Ruby is the first grandchild and this cabin was built for her. Jay and Tamara (Ruby’s grandparents) bought this acreage in 1998 and are excited to share their special place with other people who love the outdoors while being with family and friends.This is a rustic, off the grid, cabin experience that you will never forget. Almost 200 acres of forest are available to explore. Winter, our second granddaughter is expecting grandpa to get her cabin finished soon.Cabin with loft can sleep 6. Think of it as camping with walls and extras thrown in. Air beds provided, bring your own sleeping bags. Outhouse provided. Additional tents and people are allowed for an additional 15.00 per tent/2 people. Additional RV’s are allowed for 15.00 per RV. Area for tents and RV’s is large grassy wooded area. Great for large gatherings of friends or family who enjoy camping. Fire pit and bar-b-que provided, pavilion for shelter at fire pit area is in the process of construction. Mountain bike/hiking trails run throughout property as well as National forest trails within a few miles. North Fork River swimming 10 minutes away. Golf course across Westoak Rd. Sit on the porch and enjoy the solitude only minutes from Oakridge. Grocery store, etc... all available in Oakridge. Beautiful, safe and secluded. Elk, deer, and other forest critters live here too. Well behaved dogs are welcome.
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Umpqua's Last Resort

33 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents4 acres · Idleyld Park, OR
Umpqua’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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Zen Garden Wellness Center

19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Elmira, OR
Tucked in our own micro-climate just outside of Veneta, the Zen Garden Wellness Center is a peaceful refuge. Take a stroll through our organic gardens, relax by the lounging pool, soak in the hot tub, catch a sports game in the bar patio, pet some horses, or go for a hike straight out of our driveway. Tour LaVelle Vineyards 2 miles away, sample locally grown cannabis, or visit the legendary Oregon Country Fair. We welcome big rigs! Large camping bays with electrical hookups. Outdoor shower and flush toilet. We exist for living in the present moment!
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Bamboo Forest Campsite

2 sites · Tents33 acres · Eugene, OR
Welcome to Parker Learning Gardens! We are a nonprofit educational 33-acre farm located 10 miles north of Eugene, Oregon right between the small towns of Coburg and Harrisburg. Our campsites are located at our 3 acre Bamboo Forest, with covered platforms located alongside and underneath the canopy of our whimsical corridor of huge Linden Trees. There are around 40 varieties of bamboo in our densely-packed 35-year-old Bamboo Forest. You are welcome to explore this unique forest by navigating through our meandering trail system. Elsewhere on the farm we have over 500 fruit trees, many farm animals, and 12 demonstration gardens. We offer seasonal educational programming from Spring-Fall, with various community classes, workshops and field trips for schools. The mission of Parker Learning Gardens involves immersing people of all ages in nature while demonstrating how to: grow food organically, tend to the land from an ecological perspective, incorporate animals in a regenerative way, and be conscious environmental stewards. If you are interested, there may be an option for a private educational tour for an additional fee (dependent on timing and availability). Otherwise, your stay will be private with open access to the trail system of our Bamboo Forest and huge Linden Tree Grove (approximately 5 acres of of beautiful wondering space to explore and unwind). We are about 5 miles from the I-5 exit in Coburg. The farm is located in the old floodplain of the Willamette River, with close access to places to swim just a short car drive away. There are several fun hikes within 30 minutes of here in all directions. Many family and youth activities/opportunities nearby (check the Eugene weekly event calendar).
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County Line Flower Farm

2 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Harrisburg, OR
We are a small cut flower farm in the Willamette Valley. We are about 15 minutes north of Eugene and 30 minutes south of Corvallis. We have five acres and we are surrounded by grass seed fields, which give us a pretty awesome few of the Coburg hills! Flowers will be blooming June - October and you are welcome to wander the fields and pick your own (for a small fee). We can accommodate tent campers, small trailers and glampers in the yurt. There are porta potties on site.
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Upriver Paradise-Private group site

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Mc Kenzie Bridge, OR
The Upriver Paradise site is a private, gated RV campground for you and your guests to enjoy. It is an approximately 1/2 acre site that is gated for privacy and security. Included are two RV sites with 50, 30, and 20-amp outlets, water and WIFI. No Septic on site but there is a dump station less than a mile away. There is also a portable toilet on site for your use during your stay. Upon request, we can accommodate additional RV sites if needed, with the same amenities as above, for an additional fee. Located just on the edge of McKenzie Bridge, Oregon. The site is on the McKenzie River with 150 ft. of riverbank to enjoy and explore. It is forested and beautiful with many spectacular views with seating available to relax and enjoy the wildlife, sights and sounds. This space has everything you need to relax and unwind in the privacy of the woods while also being centrally located to explore and experience the beautiful McKenzie Valley with all it has to offer. The site is at the end a loop which has two Airbnb rentals and one other small house, but the spot is separate and private.
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Moon Shadow Meadows

54 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Westfir, OR
Nestled atop a hill, our secluded 40-acre property at 2200 feet offers a unique retreat. Accessible through two gates and a scenic 2-mile drive up our gravel winding road, you'll traverse a 450-acre ranch teeming with wildlife and a few cows, providing excellent opportunities for observation. Enjoy a breathtaking view of Diamond Peak along the way. For outdoor enthusiasts, we boast a professionally built 1.5-mile mountain bike trail suitable for hiking, running, and wildlife viewing. Located just outside Westfir/Oakridge, Oregon, we offer proximity to fantastic Mountain Biking and recreational opportunities. Two charming towns, are a mere 5 miles away, featuring a great pub, a bike shop, mountain bike shuttle companies, Cog Wild & Trans Cascadia, A few restaurants, fast food, gas stations, grocery store, coffee shop all designed for a relaxed getaway.
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Springfield Oasis

4 sites · RVs, Tents43 acres · Springfield, OR
Enjoy 43 acres of mixed forest and grazing land, spring fed pond and a natural seasonal creek. Enjoy Wildlife watching, stargazing on a truly dark night sky and the serenity of a quiet country property, only twenty minutes from town or five to a family farm or convenience store. Walking trails in progress.
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Cloverdale Valley Farm

1 site · RV, Tent12 acres · Creswell, OR
This is a spot only 8 minutes from Eugene and the U of O campus, great restaurants and fun things to do. Our 12 acres have been in our family for 32 years. We no longer have the horses or put up hay like we did when the kids were still at home. The camp site which is well off or the road is large with the ability to turn around and orient in a direction you prefer. There is also plenty of room for your pets to run. The pasture can get a bit wet in the winter, so parking in the gravel barnyard is sometimes best (still plenty of room) Terry and Micki are your hosts. We have the Willamette river across the road 200 yards, biking on the property and tons of biking in Eugene. If it’s mountain biking you like then Oakridge is 29 miles up hwy 58. We only allow camping on our property for a maximum of one week at a time per customer and commonly block out days in order to continuously improve the property. Please inquire if you would like to request a longer stay.
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Lorane Beach Club

21 sites · RVs, Tents60 acres · Lorane, OR
Lorane Beach Club is a sunny paradise a top a hill hidden in the dense Oregon forest. We have a spa complex for guests to enjoy, along with a shady grove to pitch your tent. Campers have access to drinking water, picnic tables, seasonal fire rings, toilets, and the spa ($10/person). The campsites are secluded and located about a three minute walk from the spa. Since our property is on top of a hill, bugs are minimal and sunshine is plentiful. We ask that you wear shoes while walking around our place. Clothing is optional at the spa. What you are comfortable with works for us. We're right down the road from Carpenter's Bypass, a great mountain biking trail system, Alesong Brewery, and King Estate, Oregon's largest winery. Drive slowly because of dogs and humans and our nice gravel road. We love all dogs, but please keep yours on a leash as we have two of our own. If they're friendly, they can play off leash.
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Rivendell Happily Ever After

2 sites · Lodging5 acres · Creswell, OR
Rivendell on Bear Creek offers a very private and quiet stay with year round stream and a small cottage for not so camping glamping. This woodland seclusion is perfect for couples romantic or solo camping events and is close to BLM. There is power on the property but not at every location ....its the perfect place to sneak into nature and only an hour from the Oregon coast. Come check it out ...pet friendly but please pick up after your pets. Thank you 😊...please stay left upon entering the shared driveway at Rivendell
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Brownsville Hillside RV Site

1 site · RV11 acres · Brownsville, OR
Full 50amp RV hookups located on a hillside overlooking farmlands. Property is situated on 11 acres bordering the Historic Pioneer Cemetery (don’t think creepy, think rad historic gravesites from late 1800’s to current times. Many Veterans honored to live there). Beautiful sunsets to the west and is 1.25 miles from downtown Brownsville, a quaint historic town of 1700 people located on the Calapooia River which flows through town and surrounds our 30+ acres Pioneer Park. Our community has many events such as Carriage Me Back (1923 themed festival - early May), Pioneer Picnic (Parade, festival - June), Rally on the River (Vintage Trailers - July), City-Wide Garage Sale (July), Stand By Me (1986 movie partially filmed here - Late July), Antique Fair and Classic Car Show - Early August), etc. Wonderful business to support and 30 minutes to Eugene/Albany.
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The best camping near Fall Creek State Recreation Area guide

Overview

About

On the banks of massive Fall Creek Reservoir, Fall Creek State Recreation Area is a collection of six recreation areas that attract boaters, swimmers, fishing enthusiasts, and anyone who likes being on or near water. The most popular spot for day-trippers is the Winberry day-use area on the southern banks of the lake, where you'll find a two-lane boat ramp, a dock and beach for swimmers, and plenty of picnic areas with fire pits and barbecues. Camping is available on a first-come, first-served basis at Cascara Campground (which also has a boat ramp), and at the adjacent Fisherman's Point Campground, available for group reservations.

Notable campgrounds

  • Best for boat-owners: Cascara Campground has its own boat ramp for easy access to the reservoir.
  • Best for big groups: Fisherman’s Point can be reserved in advance and has room for up to 64 campers.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  1. Arrive early. Cascara Campground does not take reservations, and spots are available only on a first-come, first-served basis. Your best bet is showing up around sunrise, when departing campers are likely to be waking up—and packing up.
  2. Avoid weekends. You'll have better luck getting a campsite if you can camp on weekdays.
  3. If you really want a reservation, Fisherman's Point can accommodate up to 64 people in eight campsites. Reservations can be made up to six months in advance of your stay.

When to go

Fall Creek is open for camping from May 1 through the end of September. It’s at its busiest during summer vacation, particularly on weekends, with July and August getting the most visitors due to generally warmer weather. September (after Labor Day weekend) is the best time to visit—the weather is generally still pleasantly warm, but with kids back in school, crowds tend to be smaller.

Know before you go

  • The closest place to stock up on food and basic supplies is the town of Lowell, about a 15-minute drive from the recreation area.
  • If you’re camping at Cascara, bring your own water—potable water is not provided.
  • Fire bans are common in Oregon state parks, particularly in summer and early autumn, when wildfire risks are at their highest. Propane stoves are sometimes banned during extreme-risk periods.
  • Boat ramps and swim platforms are sometimes closed due to low water levels.

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