If you could create an ideal camping destination from scratch, it would likely look a lot like Oregon. Forests cover almost half of the state. The landscapes range from rugged coasts to arid high deserts. And winding freeways offer road trippers plenty of odd American and scenic viewpoints worth stopping for. Along the way you will find enough places to set up a tent or park your mobile home.
Get closest to nature at Oregon’s many popular state parks and forest services, while private campgrounds range from rustic dry camping along alpine rivers to posh glamping in the heart of wine country. Whatever your camping style, you’ll find a cool place to rest your head here in the Pacific Northwest. Here are eight destinations we love for camping in Oregon.
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