Campground locations in Oregon
Find a campground location in Oregon to pitch a tent, set up the tent trailer or park the motorhome. For convenience, the state is divided into regions. To locate campgrounds and RV parks in Oregon, first select a region. You will be taken to a page listing only campgrounds and RV parks within that region. You'll find cities, national parks and attractions, listed alphabetically. Campgrounds and RV parks are then listed under the closest city or attraction.
Oregon Camp Grounds & Camp Sites
Locate northwest OR campgrounds and RV parks near Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Detroit Lake, LL Stub Stewart State Park, Portland, Salem and a host of other great places to go camping in northwest Oregon.
Locate northeast OR campgrounds and RV parks near John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Brownlee Reservoir, Catherine Creek State Park, Medford, Roseburg and many other great camping spots in northeast Oregon.
Locate southwest OR campgrounds and RV parks near Oregon Caves National Monument, Crater Lake, Valley of the Rogue State Park, Baker City, Pendleton and a host of other great camping spots in southwest Oregon.
Locate southeast OR campgrounds and RV parks near Goose Lake State Recreation Area, Goose Lake, Lake Owyhee State Park, Burns, Riverside and many other great camping spots in southeast Oregon.
Campgrounds and RV parks.
Motorhomes and RVs.
If you want to go camping in style, this is the way to do it. All the luxuries of home fit stylishly into a comfortable motorhome or RV.
New and used RVs and motorhomes.
Visit the Oregon new and used RV section to find great deals and discount prices on motorhomes, fifth wheel recreation vehicles, tent trailers and camping trailers.
Click here for OR motorhome rentals. Enjoy a weekend, or the entire month, at campgrounds or anywhere in the wide open spaces around Oregon.
Camping in tents.
Locate campgrounds and RV parks, by state.
OR Camping Options
Oregon is a stunning place with miles of Pacific shoreline to the west and dense and lush forests throughout. So if you’re in need of a romantic getaway idea in Oregon, grab your tent, your marshmallows, and a flashlight and head out together to explore the wilds of OR. Catherine Creek State Park, Lake Owyhee State Park and La Pine State Park are ideal places for a romantic getaway.
Oregon offers excellent camping opportunities throughout the state for family tent camping, or try upscale camping in an RV from an Oregon motorhome rental agency. Find campgrounds in or nearby cities like Roseburg, Salem, Medford, Portland, Burns, Pendleton, Riverside, Baker City, Gresham, Bend and many other cities and towns throughout Oregon.
National and state parks in Oregon include Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Oregon Caves National Monument, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Goose Lake State Recreation Area, Prineville Reservoir State Park, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and Crater Lake National Park. These parks have campgrounds and RV parks located within the park proper or nearby.
If your passion is fishing or boating, or you simply like to camp near the water there are plenty of lakes to choose from. Some of the Oregon lakes include Detroit Lake, Green Peter Lake, Brownlee Reservoir, Phillips, Crater Lake, Upper Klamath Lake, Goose Lake, Malheur Lake, Fern Ridge Reservoir and Lake Owyhee. For local boating information, visit All Awesome Boating which offers information about boating in Oregon.
Other areas of interest in Oregon including beach camping along the ocean plus nearby campgrounds and RV parks include state parks and attractions like LL Stub Stewart State Park, Catherine Creek State Park, Valley of the Rogue State Park, Lake Owyhee State Park, La Pine State Park and many other great places to experience while camping in Oregon.