Top Eugene-Area Campgrounds
Camp close to Eugene and all its city amenities, yet still enjoy the serenity of nature. There are three popular campgrounds (and one great "glamping"destination) that make it possible to combine the urban and rural experiences. Go into town for exciting culinary experiences, epic street art and great shopping. Stay at camp to fish, swim or hike in the woods among old growth trees, recharging your spirit and breathing deeper.
Please note: Pandemic protocols may impact the availability or services offered at some campgrounds without notice. Please confirm directly with each campground.
Here is a list of the best camping near Eugene.
Richardson Park CampgroundFern Ridge Reservoir by Colin Morton
Just 30 minutes from downtown Eugene is this family-friendly destination campground. On the shores of Fern Ridge Reservoir, Richardson Park is an eighty-eight site campground accommodating both RV and tent camping. One section of the campground is wooded and private, the other section offers open grassy greenbelts between the sites. Walk or cycle around the lake. This campground is great because of its proximity to the water and wine country.
Armitage Park CampgroundArmitage Park by Melanie Griffin
For proximity to Eugene, no other campground beats Armitage. Set beside the McKenzie River at the edge of town, Armitage is convenient and beautiful all at once. Recreation opportunities abound with volleyball courts, horsehoe pits, grassy lawns, a dog park and a boat ramp. Wander the nature trails down by the river. The open spaces and picnic shelters are ideal for spreading out. Campers can easily bike or take the bus to Eugene to shop downtown.
Baker Bay CampgroundBaker Bay Campground Dorena by Melanie Griffin
For those who want their campground getaway to be a little further, Baker Bay offers quiet camping on Dorena Reservoir's waterfront. Just 30 minutes from Eugene in Cottage Grove, this lovely campground offers seasonal concession rentals. Get out on the water in a kayak or inflatable. Grassy lawns go down to the water and there is even a roped off swimming area. Baker Bay camping is ideal for nature and history lovers alike as it is situated between a large number of stunning waterfalls and a tour of historic covered bridges.
Tipi Village RetreatTipi Village Retreat by Melanie Griffin
Sleeping under the stars doesn't have to mean battling tent poles and snoozing on hard ground. It can also mean dreaming in a large tipi with a variety of luxuries including a breakfast spread complete with smoked salmon, fresh fruit, hot coffee and more. Tipi Village's "glamping" retreat is located in the Mohawk Valley just 30 minutes from downtown Eugene.
Additional Eugene RV & Tent Campgrounds
If you are on wheels you can roll into two nearby RV campgrounds, Eugene Kamping World RV Park and Premier RV Resorts of Eugene. Both offer convenient access to Eugene just off Interstate 5 near Coburg. Family-owned and friendly Eugene Kamping World has a meeting hall, children's playground and outdoor recreation offerings. Premier RV Resorts is well-maintained and features a swimming pool, game room and catch-and-release fishing ponds — and they have tipis!