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Adventure Center/Visitor Information: 3312 Gateway St • Springfield OR (Open daily 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.)
Downtown Eugene Visitor Center: 754 Olive St • Eugene OR (Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
Mailing Address: PO Box 10286 • Eugene OR 97440
Accommodate large groups and convention attendees at area RV parks and campgrounds. Easily accessible RV-friendly sites along the I - 5 corridor, the coastal Highway 101 and the Cascades' Highway 126 offer convenient facilities and parking for motor-coaches, trailers and buses. Rent an RV to use as a mobile office or VIP's dressing room.
Full-service Florence campground and recreational marina right on the waterfront in Historic Old Town Florence. It doesn't get anymore central than this! Walking distance to shops, museum and restaurants. RVs and groups welcome. Marina, boat ramp, fuel dock and 140 moorage slips just steps from the campsites. Hiking, fishing, crabbing and clamming. Ocean and river access.
A full-service, pet-friendly RV resort with the backdrop of the beautiful Coburg Hills. Located on the north edge of Eugene just off I-5 at exit 199 with easy access to Coburg shops, the Marathon factory and a full complement of RV services. Facilities include an on-site gift shop/convenience store, beautiful clubhouse, seasonal swimming pool, year-round spa, excercise equipment, pool table, laundry and a newspaper delivered to your door. Majority of sites are pull-through (up to 102') and include full hookups, 50 amp power, cable TV and free wifi. Five star resort.
Reservations available. Shoreline path, hiking, play structure, volleyball, horseshoe pits, amphitheater and reserved picnic shelters. Sixteen miles (26 km) west of Eugene.
The Siuslaw National Forest offers several public campgrounds, from Reedsport to Waldport, and in Hebo. Also available are a visitor center, hiking trails and beachcombing at Cape Perpetua and Heceta Head Lighthouse, near Florence Oregon.
Year-round, clothing-optional RV/tent resort. Lodge includes restrooms, showers, sauna, spa, exercise equipment and game tables. Year-round pool, hot-tub, tennis, volleyball, horseshoes, shuffleboard and hiking. Please call prior to your visit. Call for rates.
Six miles (10 km) west of Oakridge on Highway 58. ADA accessible. Complete nature trail accessibility. Hiking, picnicking, boating, water skiing.
Cougar Crossing is located on the confluence of the South Fork of the McKenzie River and the south end of Cougar Reservoir. It is surrounded with steep slopes of conifers and the Three Sisters Wilderness is directly east of the site.
Road #19 (Aufderheide Drive) 20 miles (32 km) southeast of Blue River, off Highway 126. Picnicking, hiking. 14-day maximum stay.
Road #19 (Aufderheide Drive) 37 miles (59 km) southeast of Blue River. Picnicking, hiking. 14-day maximum stay.
Twenty-eight miles (45 km) east of Oakridge, off Highway 58 on Road #500. ADA accessible. Picnicking, non-motorized boating, hiking.
Upper end of Lookout Point Reservoir. Nine miles (14 km) west of Oakridge off Highway 58. Boating, water skiing, hiking.
Thirty-seven miles (59 km) east of Oakridge via Waldo Lake Roads #5897 and #5898 off Highway 58. Picnicking, boating, hiking.
Road #19 (Aufderheide Drive), 18 miles (29 km) northeast of Westfir. ADA accessible. Hiking, picnicking, boating.
Lookout Campground is located on the northeast shore of Blue River Reservoir. This campground includes an inviting open meadow, boat ramp and offers a more rustic camping experience.
Located at the west end of McKenzie Bridge. Reservations needed for some spaces. Hiking, picnicking. 14-day maximum stay.
Road #15, seven miles (11 km) northeast of Blue River off Highway 126. ADA accessible, picnicking, boating, water skiing. 14-day maximum stay.
Highway 58, 36 miles (58 km) from Oakridge via Waldo Lake Roads #5897 and #5898A. Picnicking, boating, hiking.
Located at Hills Creek Reservoir, seven miles (11 km) southeast of Oakridge on Road #21 off Highway 58. Fishing dock, boat dock, group area, day use area. Hiking, water skiing.
Four miles (6 km) east of McKenzie Bridge off Highway 126. Four picnic sites, boating, hiking. 14-day maximum stay.
Salmon Creek Road #24, four miles (6 km) east of Oakridge off Highway 58. ADA accessible. Picnicking, kayaking. There is a small 5-10 foot (1.5-3 m) drop in the river.
Fourteen miles (22 km) south of Oakridge from Hwy 58, off Road #21. ADA accessible. Hiking, group picnic area. Water available.
Thirty-one miles (50 km) east of Oakridge from Highway 58, on Waldo Lake Roads #5897 and #5896. Group area - no maximum group size. Picnicking, hiking, non-motorized boating.
Skookum Creek Campground is a popular starting point for backcountry fishing, hiking or horse use. The Erma Bell Lakes Trail starts here and is a portal into the Three Sisters Wilderness Area.
On Cougar Reservoir. Seventeen miles (27 km) southeast of Blue River off Road #19 on west side of Road #500, off Highway 126. Picnicking, boating, water skiing. 14-day maximum stay.
Seven miles (11 km) south of Florence Oregon on the Siltcoos River (Highway 101). Waxmyrtle Trail.
This information was gathered from numerous sources.
To the best of our knowledge the information is accurate, but not guaranteed.