Immerse yourself in nature at some of Oregon's best campgrounds. Camp on the banks of the roaring McKenzie River, on the edge a placid mountain lake or hunker down in a yurt at the base of the sand dunes.


A woman sits smiling at the entrance of a small red tent in the forest.

Backpack into the wilderness or embark on a river rafting adventure. Dispersed camping is permissible on federally-owned lands including the Siuslaw National Forest, Umpqua National Forest and Willamette National Forest. Lane Transit District bus routes go south to Cottage Grove, northeast to McKenzie Bridge and southeast to Lowell.


RV camping on the coast by Melanie Griffin

Sleep in a luxurious tipi at Tipi Village Retreat or soak in a hot spring-fed pool at Belknap Hot Springs Resort & Camp Yale. Discover private retreats that combine sleeping under the stars with hot breakfasts or other comfortable amenities. Or roll your RV into a roomy RV campground surrounded by thick evergreens.


Sometimes you want to camp close to communities. Pitch a tent near historic Old Town Florence at the Port of Siuslaw Campground & Marina. Imagine a hot bowl of clam chowder just a few blocks away! Armitage Park Campground is also a popular destination with its riverside location and easy access to Eugene - Springfield and the charming historic town of Coburg. How about camping at the center of Eugene's craft brew industry? The Eugene Whiteaker International Hostels hosts tent sites too.  

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