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Winchester, OR

Let the good times flow as you vacation at Amacher Park in Winchester, a campground enhanced by its proximity to Oregon's magnificent North Umpqua River. The river, known for its outstanding fishing and exhilarating whitewater. gives visitors the chance to swim, boat, fish and float on the shimmering water. To take advantage of all Amacher Park has to offer, select a full hookup site that can be booked online. The reservation system is easy and safe, and ready to use when you are.

Picture-perfect scenery lends itself to picknicking and barbecuing. Restrooms, showers, a boat ramp and fire rings are all provided to add to the camping experience. A pretty gazebo in the woods can be rented for weddings and other special occasions. A unique touch to Amacher Park is the rare Myrtlewood grove, one of the few found in the country.

Half a mile from the park is the Winchester Viewing Chamber, where you can get a good view of fish swimming upstream on the North Umpqua River. At different times of year, steelhead, chinook salmon, coho salmon, trout and others can be observed. Hiking trails abound around the river, and other recreational activities include golf, cycling, rock climbing, rafting and bird watching. If you're looking for a beautiful park off the beaten path, Amacher Park is the right place for you.

Brookings, OR

Welcome to our beautiful RV park in Brookings, Oregon, set on the peaceful Chetco River. With our location on the lovely Southern Oregon Coast, an area known for its mild weather and coastal beauty, you're sure to enjoy your stay at our Oregon campground. Join us at AtRivers Edge RV Resort, our campground in Brookings Oregon, for outstanding outdoor activities like fishing, hiking, whale watching, and wildlife viewing.

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. Our park is set off Highway 101 near Chetco Village and Gold Beach in the charming town of Brookings-Harbor. With our proximity to both the Chetco River and the coast, we offer a fantastic range of activities. Spend some time golfing at Salmon Run , an 18-hole championship golf course, or tasting the wines at Bridgeview Vineyards and Winery in Cave Junction.

With its mild climate, our area is known both as the Banana Belt and the Easter Lily Capital of the World. We're home to exciting festivals like the Memorial Day Azalea Festival, the August Brookings Harbor Festival of the Arts, and the July Southern Oregon Kite Festival. You can experience the rides and livestock shows at the Curry County Fair in July, then head back to camp for a relaxing afternoon of craft classes, potlucks, and games in the clubhouse. So whether you come camping on the Chetco River for the fishing, the wildlife, or the relaxing atmosphere, you're sure to enjoy your stay at our RV park in Brookings, Oregon.

Garibaldi, OR

Biak by the Sea RV Park lives up to its name--it's as close as you can get to the Pacific Ocean along the Oregon coast. Located in the midst of a bustling fishing village, the park is right next to the Port of Garibaldi harbor and marina. A seafood dinner doesn't come much fresher than scooping up crabs and clams, or reeling in salmon right from the water. Plan to see all Garibaldi and Tillamook County have to offer by making an online reservation today. The system is quick and user-friendly.

Tillamook is the Indian word for land of many waters and there are plenty of ways to enjoy it when you visit Biak by the Sea RV Park. Boating, kayaking and diving are all popular activities. As you explore the area, look for bald eagles, herons and seals playing in the bay. The water also translates into rich dairy land, perfect for the production of famed Tillamook cheese. Become a whiz at how cheese is made by taking a tour of the factory, which also churns out ice cream and fudge nearly every day of the year. See the sights of Tillamook Bay as you ride the rails of the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad.

Tillamook State Forest is a showcase for Oregon's natural treasures. Inside it, the Forest Center is staffed with knowledgeable forest guides to help you get the most from a visit. You can climb a replica forest fire lookout tower and walk the suspension bridge. Whether your favorite way to get around is by foot, horseback or ATV, you'll find trails galore. Fish for salmon or steelhead trout in the sparkling rivers. Spectacular sights also appear as you drive along the Three Capes Scenic Route. You'll discover Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint, 200 feet above the ocean with a great view of nesting sea birds and the aptly named Octopus Tree.

Huntington, OR

Catfish Junction RV Park, located in Huntington, Oregon, just a hop and a skip from I-84, is huddled beside the scenic Snake River and is touted as the best campground in the area. For camping in Oregon that can't be beat, bring your RV or tent and try your hand at catching a dinner of catfish, crappie or small mouth bass on our 500 feet of river frontage. For ease in obtaining your camping reservations at Catfish Junction RV Park simply check out our convenient online reservations system today.

With full hookups and pull-through capabilities, a boat launch, a convenience store for necessities and a playground for the kiddies, we at Catfish Junction RV Park have thought of everything. We have outdoor games as well as indoor activities in our recreation room, such as ping-pong, foosball, and card and board games, and Friday night is movie night so bring the snacks and come on down! The scenic views offer a treat to the senses, and the spacious sites give campers plenty of elbow room for the kids and pets around the campfire.

When you step outside the campground and explore the surrounding area we expect you'll be pleasantly surprised by all the activities that await you. Hells Canyon National Recreation Area offers guests wildlife viewing and other activities on their 652,488 acres of pristine land. And while you're at it, visit Hells Canyon Winery, as well. For the golfing enthusiast, check out the facilities at the Quail Ridge Golf Course.

Azalea, OR

Step out on the porch of a charming lakeside cabin and soak in the sight of Galesville Reservoir when you stay at Chief Miwaleta RV Park and Campground, eight miles east of Azalea. After taking in the scenery, you'll want to head to the water for fishing, swimming, water skiing and boating. Full hookup sites and a day-use pavilion can be reserved, in addition to the cabins. Take a moment to sign onto the online system and the accommodation of your choice is secured.

Cabin 1 at Chief Miwaleta RV Park and Campground sleeps four in a double bed and futon, and is furnished with a coffee table, electric heater, dining table and chairs. Cabins two and three, which sleep four and two respectively, include a kitchenette with small refrigerator, toilet and shower. All have a fire ring and picnic table outside, designed to allow you to enjoy a meal and the lake view at the same time.

For a family or class reunion, small wedding, barbecue or birthday party, the reservable pavilion at Chief Miwaleta RV Park and Campground is a perfect choice. Guests can fish, boat, hike the trails or just relax and watch the wildlife. The reservoir is well stocked with rainbow trout and is open for fishing year-round.

Sisters, OR

Welcome to Oregon's stunning Cascade mountains, home to Clear Lake Resort, our campground in the McKenzie River Valley. This area abounds in natural wonders from our nearby waterfalls and national forests to the crystal-clear lake itself, the headwaters for the McKenzie River. You'll find fabulous outdoor activities here, from fishing for cut-throat trout to boating, hiking, horseback riding, and river rafting. So pay us a visit today and see what Oregon camping has to offer!

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. Our park is set at the junction of Highway 126 and Highway 20, the route that leads from Sisters to Albany, Oregon. We're set just north of Belknap Springs, about 86 miles northeast of Eugene and 80 miles south of Salem. Our mountain campground is located 12 miles before the ski center of Hoodoo, near 7794-foot Mount Washington and beautiful Suttle Lake.

At Clear Lake Resort we offer 5 primitive campsites and 15 rental cabins of varying sizes, so you and your group or family can camp in comfort. And because our Cascade mountain campground is open year round, you can enjoy winter sports like cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, sledding, and snowboarding. In the summer, you won't want to miss the chance to go boating on Clear Lake, making use of our boat rental facilities, or to take in all the festivals and fairs in nearby Sisters. With so much to do and see, we know you're going to treasure your camping vacation at our Clear Lake campground near Eugene Oregon.

Foster, OR

Take a trip to Sweet Home, Oregon, and you will find yourself right at home at Edgewater RV Park and Marina. Guests are well taken care of at the full-service facility with water, electric, sewer, TV, Wi-Fi and a small store. As the name indicates, RV sites sit on the west shore of Foster Lake, bordered by unspoiled forest areas. Whether you prefer summer or winter camping, the park has a spot for you. Daily, weekly and monthly rates are available during the peak season (May 1-Sept. 30) and off-peak (Oct. 1-April 30). Reserving a site takes just a few minutes with the online booking system.

Guests at the RV park simply cross the street for easy access to Lake Foster and the 40-slip marina. More than 40,000 rainbow trout are released into the lake each year from April to June. If you didn't bring a boat, catch your share by renting a 14-foot fishing boat at the marina for a half or whole day. Round out your time by swimming, hiking, sailing and picnicking in the comfortable climate of the Willamette Valley.

From its location on the edge of town, Edgewater RV Park visitors are close to shopping and other services. Gold and timber, two industries that shaped Sweet Home, are showcased at the East Linn Museum. Tools, firearms and period rooms are on display. A fine example of Linn County's distinctive bridges is the restored Weddle Covered Bridge. Country music fans are treated to hits from chart-toppers at the annual Oregon Jamboree, a huge three-day festival in August. For a special getaway, come make Edgewater RV Park your new vacation home.

Idleyld Park, OR

Elk Haven RV Resort, located in Idleyld Park, Oregon, approximately 19 miles from Highway 5, huddled between the foothills and the North Umpqua River is as beautiful as it is tranquil. With some 90 acres of camping fun with spacious, wide open spaces and plenty of fishing, scenic waterfalls and lakes, Elk Haven RV Resort has something for everyone. For early and easy reservations, visit our convenient online reservations system and book your vacation from the comforts of home.

With RV pull through accommodations, as well as tent sites and one cabin rental unit, Elk Haven RV Resort can be your home away from home for a day, a weekend, or longer. We have clean laundry facilities, lake activities, phone hookups, and a variety of hiking areas. Pack a picnic and enjoy a campfire beneath a blanket of stars, watch the sun rise or set, or just enjoy conversation with neighboring campers.

Adventures outside the park include sightseeing and enjoying the 108 degree waters of Umpqua Hot Springs Trail (be prepared for nudity). The Umpqua National Forest is filled with breathtaking views and gloriously green and lush foliage. And if bubbling springs of carbonated water gets your attention a visit to the Oregon Trail in Soda Springs might be just what your vacation planner ordered.

Reedsport, OR

With its location close to beaches and dramatic sand dunes, Half Moon Bay RV Park and Campground is just the kind of place you want to share with friends and family. And you can do just that by reserving one of the spacious group areas that fit from three to five RVs. Or if your party is smaller, choose a back-in or pull-through site. Reservations are handled quickly and efficiently with the online system that lets you set the date.

Half Moon Bay RV Park and Campground has easy access to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, a natural playground for OHV riders. But those with other interests will find it just as amazing to hike, fish, canoe and horseback ride. The towering dunes rise up to 500 feet above sea level, for great riding and incredible views. Bird-watching is a year-round activity in the recreation area and the diverse habitats house a wide variety of wildlife.

Hungry for some seafood? Catch the ocean action at the Salmon Harbor Marina. Scoop up some fresh-caught Dungeness crab, dig for clams and fish for Chinook salmon, steelhead, striped bass and plenty more. Tour the historic Umpqua River Lighthouse. From that perch, you may catch sight of gray whales as they migrate. And for an activity you may not see elsewhere, check out the chainsaw sculpting championship in Reedsport. Wielding the powerful tools, competitors turn hunks of wood into works of art.

Milton-Freewater, OR

Sutherlin, OR

Hi-Way Haven RV Park, located approximately one mile from I-5, in Sutherlin, Oregon, is waiting to be your home away from home this season. Nestled between the Coastal Mountain Range and the Cascade Mountain Range, Hi-Way Raven RV Park is a picturesque paradise waiting to be discovered. For early and easy reservations, visit our convenient online reservations system and book your vacation from the comforts of home.

Hi-Way Haven RV Park offers 39 campsites, some with full hookups and pull through capability, phone and cable, as well as room for the Big Rigs, including horse trailers. For added amenities, keep in mind this park welcomes overnight as well as extended stay guests, is pet friendly, has 24-hour courtesy patrol, and a laundry facility. For Oregon camping that can't be beat, join us in our recreation room, for outdoor games, in our convenience store, or in a picnic area and enjoy!

The fun never stops at Hi-Way Haven RV Park; we have plenty of local attractions to keep you busy, including various National Parks including Crater Lake. This isn't Madison County, but we do have about 300 covered bridges and several wineries, to boot! And if you've an itch to step on the green, again, check out our golf courses, including Myrtle Creek Golf Course.

Lyons, OR

Accessible from Highway 22, John Neal Memorial County Park, in Lyons Oregon, is one of the hidden treasures to be found in the Linn County Parks system, and one spot guests won't want to pass up. From every bend in the river, basically from every view, John Neal Memorial County Park offers another beautiful glimpse of nature as it should be. If camping in one of Oregon's rural, scenic areas is on your agenda this year, check out our convenient online reservations system today and book early.

With all the amenities of home, John Neal Memorial County Park offers RV sites with water hookups (generators are allowed) and pull through availability, clean restrooms, and family oriented activities, as well as rustic tent sites. Pets and groups (up to 100) are invited, and children and parents alike will love the playground, the rural setting among mature trees, trails, and frequent wildlife spottings. Hike along the river or forested areas, or launch a boat and try your luck on the North Santiam River.

Take a day trip and see what Linn County has to offer you and your family. Visit the city of Lyons and enjoy a little fine dining, or just take a walk through town and get a feel for life in Oregon. Information regarding just about any type of fun you have in mind while staying in the Linn County area, can be found in our information center.

Reedsport, OR

Magical views are around every corner when you visit the Loon Lake Lodge and RV Park, situated on the shores of a pristine lake protected from coastal winds and fog by surrounding tree-covered hills. Easy to find off of State Hwy 38 near I-5 in Reedsport, the campground is only an 18 mile drive for the Pacific Ocean, and offers guests resort-quality facilities in the middle of a breathtaking natural setting. Open year round for RVs and tent camping, the park also has rental cabins, a six room motel and a group camping area perfect for family reunions and easily booked using the online reservation system.

Our sandy beach offers swimming and sunbathing in warmer months, and row boats, canoes and paddleboats can be rented for a day of fun on the water. A short drive to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area provides close contact with the best of the great outdoors, with wind-sculpted sand dunes that rise up to 500 feet above sea level. Off-road vehicle use is permitted, and there are excellent opportunities for hiking, photography, fishing, canoeing and horseback riding.

An off-site excursion to the nearby Umpqua Lighthouse State Park, allows scenic views of the 65 foot structure that towers over lovely Lake Marie. The Umpqua Discovery Center is accessible by a boardwalk along the waterfront and has a 35 foot periscope for a bird's eye view of the area, as well as many interactive exhibits that tell the history of the area. From the peaceful seclusion of the campground to the majestic beauty of the Pacific Ocean, the western coast of Oregon is yours to explore when you stay at the Loon Lake Lodge and RV Park.

Curtin, OR

Named for the pristine creek that runs through the middle of it, Pass Creek Park welcomes visitors to an outdoor paradise near Cottage Grove. Full-hookup sites can be reserved and tent campers have plenty of space to choose from. New restrooms, showers and laundry facilities add to the pleasant environment. Booking a site takes just a few moments with the online system, freeing your time to pack up and experience the stunning Oregon countryside.

Take advantage of the scenery and rent the day-use pavilion. It comes with electricity and holds up to 50 people. Imagine a wedding or party around Pass Creek Park's beautiful wooded setting complete with a pond reflecting the sunlight. Naturally, fishing is a big draw to the park, and there are also fire rings, barbecue facilities, a picnic area and playground. Feel free to bring your pet to share in the fun.

Cottage Grove, a 10-mile trip from Pass Creek Park, is known as the covered bridge capital of Oregon. Pick up the start of the Row River Trail downtown, 17 miles that spotlight lakeside vistas and historic covered bridges. After a bike, hike or horseback ride, stop in at one of Cottage Grove's restaurants, coffee shops or pubs in its historic downtown.

Madras, OR

Florence, OR

Welcome to Port of Siuslaw Campground and Marina, our family-friendly RV park on the central Oregon coast. Pay us a visit and enjoy days of charter fishing on the Pacific Ocean, clamming and crabbing nearby camp, and fun on the Siuslaw River. With nearby attractions like Coos Bay and Newport, you'll find plenty of shops and museums to explore, plus great restaurants. From gaming and nightlife at the Three River Casino and Mill Casino to dune buggy rides at the Sand Dunes Frontier, you'll find plenty to do and see in our area.

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. Our Oregon coast campground is set in the charming town of Florence, right off Highway 101 and Highway 126. We offer full hook-ups for our RV guests, with a choice of waterfront and non-waterfront campsites. If you have a boat, you'll love our boat ramp and the chance to stow your craft in our camp marina. We have clean shower, laundry, and restroom facilities, plus onsite storage, a dump station, and a gazebo.

Camp with us at Port of Siuslaw Campground and Marina and see the Steller's sea lions at the Sea Lion Caves or visit beautiful Cape Perpetua, just four miles from camp. You can explore the shops of Old Town Florence or plan a picnic lunch at the Heceta Head Lighthouse. If you visit in May, be sure to join us for the annual Rhododendron Festival. And in the fall, camp with us and take in the Rods and Rhodies Car Show and the Chowder Blues and Brews event.

Estacada, OR

Foster, OR

River Bend County Park, in Oregon's scenic Willamette Valley, is sure to capture your heart and bring you back time and time again. Located just off US-20, in the city of Foster, between Sweet Home and Upper Soda, is an area that is picturesque and tranquil, a genuine piece of paradise for your enjoyment. If you're ready for a taste of heaven, use our convenient online reservations system and come away with us for a vacation you won't soon forget!

Year-round camping is available at River Bend County Park so plan all of your special days here, including weddings, birthdays, family reunions; we have the space and inclination, all you need to bring is the family. Make River Bend County Park your home away from home and enjoy full hookups with pull through capability, fly fishing, and boating, as well as sightseeing, in and around the lush rolling foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Swimming, river rafting, hiking and biking, tenting, and both indoor and outdoor games await your arrival.

The entire area is beautiful and filled with many local attractions for the nature lover and camping enthusiast to enjoy. Everything from an old-fashioned covered bridge in Felton, to the Oregon Jamboree in Sweet Home will keep you busy, as will the Sportsman's Holiday and Rodeo and other area events. For a bit of local history, check out the Linn County Historical Museum, located inside the original railroad depot in Brownsville.

Scio, OR

You can look forward to a rip-roaring good time at Roaring River County Park in Oregon's scenic Willamette Valley. Bring family and friends to fish and picnic in the 28-acre park named for the river that runs through it. Make it a festive occasion by reserving one of the three large group picnic shelters that come equipped with electricity and water. Ramp up the fun factor with dunk tanks, bounce castles and inflatable slides that may be brought in, with special-use permits.

Anglers will appreciate the Roaring River, known for its bounty of cutthroat trout, coho salmon and steelhead. A fishing pond is perfect for younger folk who want to land their own catch of the day. Following a big picnic lunch, what would be more invigorating than a hike on one of the trails or a game on the play field, all of which can be found at Roaring River County Park.

Half a mile away is the Roaring River Hatchery, built in 1924, to raise trout and steelhead. Like the park, it is open all year to visitors. The nearby city of Scio claims the title of "Covered Bridge Capital of the West," due to the cluster of such structures. Tour by bike or car to appreciate the architecture. Take part in a tradition more than 75 years old, the Linn County Lamb and Wool Fair. During the event, scheduled for the third weekend in May, you can admire the best in sheep, goats and lambs, and enjoy the Northwest Champion Sheep Dog Trials, entertainment and contests. Your plans for a day at Roaring River County Park are sure to be met with a roar of approval.


Klamath Falls, OR

Welcome to our serene campground near Crater Lake National Park, an amazing place for outdoor adventures and relaxation. At our lovely campground in Klamath Falls, you'll find superb golfing, excellent wildlife viewing, and gorgeous weather. Join us at Round Lake RV Resort and see what Southern Oregon camping is all about!

Book your campsite or RV site today with our convenient online reservations system. Our park is set off Highway 66, east of Medford and south of Bend, making this a great base camp. Stay with us while you head out on day trips to the Crater Lake Rim Drive, Mt. Scott, or the college town of Eugene.

You can catch an outdoor play at the Ashland Shakespeare Festival or head to Portland for outstanding restaurants, shopping, and cultural attractions. Spend some time fishing, mountain biking, or strolling along the nature trails, watching for wildlife. From summer fruit stands to amazing geology and history, there truly is something for everyone in Southern Oregon.

Silverton, OR

The beautiful lush green scenery of the Willamette Valley is the backdrop of the resort-quality Silver Spur RV Park in Silverton, Oregon. With easy access from I-5 the campground is a haven for those wanting to escape a hectic world and get back to the peace and serenity of the great outdoors. RV and tent campers alike are welcome at the park, which is open year round and provides a convenient online reservation system to make planning your trip as easy as the click of a mouse.

A picturesque fishing pond is a great place to cast your line for some bass, and hiking on our walking trails brings you face to face with the plant and wildlife of northwest Oregon. When you want to venture off-site, take a short drive to Silver Falls State Park, where ten different waterfalls grace the landscape along seven miles of trails, and 25 additional miles are open to hikers, bikers and horseback riders. Another popular destination is the Oregon Garden in Silverton, an 80-acre space divided into several different garden styles, such as a Northwest garden and a rose garden. This unique garden park also houses the only Oregon building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Gordon House.

Not only known for its natural beauty, the Willamette Valley contains many prolific vineyards that turn out some of the best wines in America, most of which are available for tastings. The Silverton and Salem areas also play host to year-round fairs and festivals celebrating the rich cultural heritage of the region, and within these charming cities, unique shops and fine restaurants abound, all within a short distance of camp. Truly, Silver Spur RV Park is at the heart of all the beauty and fun that the Willamette Valley has to offer.

Sisters, OR

What's more appropriate for a family trip than a vacation in Sisters, Oregon? The city has just the spot for you at Sisters Creekside Campground along Whychus Creek and within walking distance of downtown. Sixty campsites have been set up, each with a fire pit and picnic table, and 23 come with full hookups. Restrooms, showers and a dog-walking area add to camper comfort. Across the covered foot bridge is Creekside Park's spacious lawn areas and shade trees. Creekside Campground is open from April to November, so once you know your schedule, the reservation system helps you book quickly and securely online.

You'll want to plan ahead for the area's three big events, which require a minimum three-night stay at Sisters Creekside Campground. The Sisters Rodeo in June dates back to 1940 and offers a full roster of daring competitions. The Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show in July is a fantastic display that attracts more than 10,000 national and international visitors. Acts perform on 10 stages at the three-day Sisters Folk Festival in September. Another popular event is the Sisters Stampede, a thrilling mountain bike race.

Looming at the edge of town is the enchanting Deschutes National Forest, where people gather to ski, hike, fish, bike and just appreciate the scenery. Take a spin on the slopes in the Hoodoo Ski Area, and take a hike on the Pacific Crest Trail. Plenty of adventure lies ahead at Black Butte Ranch, including mountain golf, horseback riding and canoeing. Enjoy some of the other parks in Sisters, like Fir Street Park with its Splash Play area and performance stage, and Village Green City Park, which contains a gazebo, covered barbecue and playground.