Oregon (OR) camping has something for everyone. From the rocky Pacific coastline to the mountains in the Cascade Range, campers are sure to love Oregon.
Camping is available year-round in the lower elevations along Oregon's coastline. Head to the beaches and enjoy the stunning view of the Pacific Ocean from your campsite on the jagged, rocky coastline among the redwoods. Head a little inland and camp along the Rogue River in the Cascade mountains, where you can enjoy world-class rafting. Camp along the United States' deepest lake, Crater Lake, in Crater Lake National Park, where you'll enjoy breathtaking views of the pristine lake surrounded by mountains and forests.
Stop by the famous Multnomah Falls, near Portland, and take in the scenic cascading waterfall that is popular among all outdoor enthusiasts. Head further north and camp at the base of Mt. Hood, in Mt. Hood National Forest, where you can camp under a thick tree canopy in the surrounding forests. Backpackers can enjoy some secluded alpine camping while attempting to summit Mt. Hood. Head east and visit Deschutes National Forest, where primitive campsites are available in the Cascade Mountains. Or simply enjoy some RV camping at a family-friendly campground and explore the caves, streams, and deep forests that Deschutes has to offer.
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