Camping in the Pacific NW is like no other place. I am an avid camper that loves exploring and finding new places to visit. Oregon has a variety of beautiful landscapes to discover from coastal beaches, soaring mountains, enchanted forests and stark deserts.
Oregon has no shortage of campgrounds. Oregon is home to 11 national forests and 361 state parks as well as countless private campgrounds and RV parks.
Each camper will include a shore power cord for on-site charging for those of you going to a RV/car camping sites.. Those going off the beaten path, camper batteries hold power to run for up to 3 days with regular use. A solar panel is also offered free of charge as well to make sure you never run out of power. Please make sure when reserving your campsite, that you are aware if the site has electrical hook ups or not.
Always remember to pay respect to the land you camp on. Land is something sacred to all of us. This gets forgotten and lost in our everyday lives. This space allows us to be free, experience life, play and explore. Please check out Native Land. Native Land strives to create and foster conversations about the history of colonialism, Indigenous ways of knowing, and settler-Indigenous relations, through educational resources such as their map and Territory Acknowledgement Guide.
Check out some of my favorite campsites here in Oregon for you to explore in our Lil' Campers
Oregon Coast From North To South
Long Beach, Wa (Near Astoria, Or)- The Lamp Camp
Hammond, OR - Fort Stevens State Park
Cannon Beach-Sea Ranch RV Park
Manzanita- Nehalem State Park
Tillamook Area/Netarts- Cape Lookout State Park
Lincoln City-Devils Lake Campground
Waldport- Beachside Campsite
Coos Bay- Bay Point Landing
Near Brookings, Or- Harris Beach
Oregon Lakes, Forests & Mountains
Mt Hood National Forest
Crater Lake Area
Willamette National Forest
Umpqua National Forest
Deschutes National Forest
Klamath National Forest
Wallowa-Whitman National Forest