LL Stub Stewart State Park
LL 'STUB' Stewart State Park is located 31 miles west of Portland. This park may be confused with the Joseph Stewart State Park, located in Southern Oregon. Both campground loops: Sites are spacious and open. There is not a lot of vegetation between the sites. Tents may be put up in each site however metal tent stakes must be used. The tent pad area is packed gravel and plastic stakes will not work.
Champoeg State Heritage Area
Champoeg park has a year round campground, group RV area with meeting hall, yurts and cabins. Group tent areas, historic pavilion and picnic areas available between Memorial Day Weekend and September 30. Park has visitor center, four miles of paved bike trails, 1.5 miles of hiking and nature trails.
There is a courtesy boat and fishing dock (no launching).
Champoeg has no designated swim area.
Year round day use entrance fee.
Fort Stevens State Park
Over 500 sites, some with ADA accessibility and yurts. Historic area- civil war history and museum, underground battery and army truck tours. Ocean beaches - vehicle access, beachcombing, hull of the shipwreck Peter Iredale. River beach access - salmon fishing, spectacular view of passing ships. Group picnic areas - covered shelters. Fresh water lake - swimming areas with picnic tables, restrooms, and a great fishing area. Hiking trails and bike paths - over six miles hiking trails and nine miles of bike paths.
Cape Lookout State Park
Cape Lookout State Park provides 13 yurt sites, 173 non-hookup sites, 1 electric site and 38 full hookup sites. 2 of the sites are ADA accessible.
Devils Lake State Recreation Area
Devils Lake State Park has the following types of sites: 10 yurts, 28 full hookups with cable, 4 electric and water sites also with cable and 55 tent sites.
Beverly beach has the following types of sites: 21 yurts, 54 full hookups (30 with cable), 128 tent sites, and 75 electrical sites.
Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park
You will hear the pounding surf from your campsite at Carl G. Washburne. Hiking, nature study and beachcombing are just some of the attractions here. The trail to the beach goes underneath Hwy 101, which can lead you on a 4 mile trail walk. Heceta Lighthouse is just 2 miles south on Hwy 101. The picturesque lighthouse is open daily for tours during the summer months, weekends during the off season March - Oct. Call year-round for group tours.
Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park
The park is 2 miles from the ocean and is not within walking distance. The sand dunes are Honeyman's main attraction, giving campers plenty of hiking opportunities. There are also 2 fresh water lakes providing fishing, swimming, boating, water skiing, and windsurfing. The lodge store is open from Memorial Weekend through Labor Day, offering snacks, souvenirs, pedal boats, canoes and kayaks to rent. In late April to the middle of May, the Rhododendrons are in full bloom making it a profusion of color.
Umpqua Lighthouse State Park
Umpqua Lighthouse State Park is located less than a mile from the famous Salmon Harbor on Winchester Bay. The campground and developed day use areas are centered around beautiful Lake Marie. Access to this small freshwater lake is provided for angling and non-motorized boating. There is also a small sandy beach set aside for swimming or just relaxing.
Bullards Beach State Park
Bullards Beach is a large, family oriented park, located just two miles north of Bandon. The campground is nestled among shore pines and well protected from the strong ocean breezes. Besides three loops of campsites, the park boasts thirteen Yurts, making year-round camping a very popular choice. The horse camp features easy access to the beach and dunes for our equestrian campers. Well known for excellent fishing and crabbing opportunities on the Coquille River, our boat launch facilities stay packed during the summer and fall seasons.
Sunset Bay State Park
Situated in one of the most scenic areas on the Oregon coast, Sunset Bay State Park features beautiful sandy beaches protected by towering sea cliffs. Only a short walk from the beach, the campground has sites for tent camping and RV's, as well as cozy and comfortable yurts. Day-use and picnic facilities are located along the bay to allow easy access for beachcombing, fishing, swimming, and boating.
Detroit Lake State Recreation Area
Located in the Cascade Mountains, Detroit Lake State Park is the gateway to beautiful Detroit Lake. The 400-foot-deep lake was created in 1953 when the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers completed the Detroit Dam project. The lake is over nine miles long with more than 32 miles of shore line. This is the spot for all types of water sports: fishing, boating, swimming, water skiing, and personal watercraft.
Harris Beach State Park
Campground, sheltered by trees, located at 100 ft. elevation. 1/4 mile from the beach. Campsites for RV's, tents, and even yurts. Accessible flush facilities & hot showers provided in campground. Semi-private sites with vegetative visual barriers. Trails to beach from campground. Cable connection available at selected sites. Picnic area located on beach with flush facilities & potable water. Playground available in campground. Campground within city limits, all services in walking distance. Close to golf course, redwoods, wilderness, marina, trails and rivers.
Valley of the Rogue State Park
Camp and play along the river made famous by novelist and avid fisherman Zane Grey. The campground is also a great place to stay while taking in the local culture, history, and recreation opportunities in the area. Stay with us while you take trips to Crater Lake National Park, the Oregon Caves National Monument, historic Jacksonville, Ashland's Shakespeare Festival, or the Britt Music Festival.
The Cove Palisades State Park
The Cove Palisades State Park is a year-round recreational destination for the entire family. Located in our high desert region, the weather is sunny and warm in the summer months and chilly but generally mild in the winter. The park is situated among towering cliffs that surround beautiful Lake Billy Chinook.
The park features myriad water recreational opportunities, a full-service campground, store, restaurant, marina and rental services. Not interested in camping? Rustic lakeshore log cabins are available. Nature lovers will find nearly 10 miles of hiking trails that give access to areas rich in wildlife and splendid scenery.
LaPine State Park
If you want to immerse yourself in a subalpine pine forest where the air has that high-Cascades tang; to stay in a clean, quiet campground next to a twisting, cold river brimming with trout (and a nearby legendary fly fishing spot) and surrounded by miles of waiting-to-be-explored wilderness; to sit smack in the middle of dozens of high-mountain lakes; to see eagles or red-tailed hawks grabbing breakfast right in front of you; or, to just sit in a campsite pondering what you might do tomorrow then La Pine State Park demands a visit.
Prineville Reservoir State Park
Need a place to play? Where you can enjoy nature viewing at its finest? This is a place where those weary of hectic schedules and jangling telephones can find peace, a place where life can be pondered from a different and unique perspective. Most of all, a place carefully designed and maintained for people -- for the mother and her baby out for a Sunday drive, for the father teaching his son how to fish, for the teenager who wants to get away for a bit, for the couple on a weekend camping trip, for the grandparents who just want to take it easy for a week.
Tumalo State Park
The campground is simultaneously close enough to the town of Bend to make an quick jaunt to the grocery store, but far enough away to escape the commotion. Its location makes it an ideal stepping stone for any type of outdoor activity you could possibly dream of: lush green golf courses, clear blue-ribbon trout streams, pristine alpine lakes, miles upon miles of challenging yet scenic hiking and mountain bike trails, and of course the Cascade Mountains are all within easy reach.
Memaloose State Park
Memaloose State Park is a virtual oasis of beauty in the hottest part of the Columbia River Gorge. Temperatures can top 110 F on a summer day, but Memaloose always manages to provide cool comfort, lush green grass and shade thanks to the tall maples and willows that loom large in the park. The sound of pulsating sprinklers provides a melodic nighttime rhythm to the counterpoint of chirping crickets and lonesome train whistles.
Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area
Regular camping sites are first come first serve Reservations Northwest makes reservations for cabins and horse camps.
Wallowa Lake State Park
If you're interested in a campground surrounded on three sides by 9,000' tall snow-capped mountains and a large, clear lake, this is the area for you. The lake is a popular fishing and boating site. Around the Wallowa Lake area, you can enjoy hiking wilderness trails, horseback riding, bumper boats, canoeing, miniature golf or ride a tramway to the top of one of the mountains (a rise of 4,000'). Wildlife is abundant in the area.
Milo McIver State Park
Campground is open seasonally. Primitive sites are tents only and limited to 6 people and 2 tents per site Primitive campsites do not have toilets, electricity or hookups. Water is nearby. Showers and restrooms are located in the main camp loop. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife operates a fish hatchery located in the Riverside day use area. The fish hatchery annually raises and releases over one million chinook salmon. The hatchery is open to the public.
Nehalem Bay State Park
Located at the beginning of a four-mile sand spit that separates the Pacific Ocean and Nehalem Bay. The park offers year-around family fun. Recreational opportunities includes hiking, biking, beachcombing, crabbing, clamming, horseback riding, and fishing. Horses can be rented at the day use area. Park has wind gusts that may move tents and other items that are not tacked down. Wind gusts come up occasionally.
South Beach State Park
Between October First and April 30th: All yurts, meeting hall, and sites in A,B and C sections are available for reservations. The remainder of the camp is closed but can be utilized on a first come first served basis as demand indicates.
All reservable campsites have power at this park.
There are several attractions near South Beach State Park. Plan to visit the historic Yaquina Bay Lighthouse situated 2 miles north in the Yaquina Bay State Park. Yaquina bay has the historical bay front area and the Oregon Coast Aquarium is located less than 2 miles north. There are activities such as agate collecting, windsurfing, fishing, crabbing, boating and just plain sightseeing.
William M. Tugman State Park
Enjoy interpretive walks with a guide or by yourself. William M. Tugman State Park is situated on Eel Lake near the community of Lakeside. Accessible flush facilities and hot showers provided in campground. The campground offers 115 campsites with electric/water hookups. Less than a quarter of a mile away enjoy berry picking, hiking, kayaking, boating, canoeing, enviromental programs, fishing, picnicking and swimming.
Cape Blanco State Park
The lighthouse and historic home are open from April to October. The rest of the park, including the campground, is open year-round. Accessible flush facilities and hot showers provided in campground. Enjoy berry picking, bird watching, bicycle riding, hiking, surfing, storm watching, star gazing, flower viewing and swimming in the ocean.
Alfred A. Loeb State Park
The campground, sheltered by trees, is located at 150 ft. elevation. Accessible flush facilities and hot showers provided in campground. Semi-private sites with vegetative visual barriers. Adjacent to Chetco River and Redwood Grove. Self guided river view and redwood trails. Picnic area located next to river with flush facilities and potable water. Close to ocean beaches, redwoods, wilderness, marina, trails and rivers.
Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area
Stewart State Park is located 34 miles northeast of Medford on beautiful Lost Creek Reservoir. There are 201 campsites, hot showers, playgrounds hiking and biking trails. In the spacious day use area there is a large swimming area, boat ramp, marina, boat rentals, restaurant and groceries. There are also 11.5 miles of bike and hiking trails through a lush conifer forest with year-round streams and ample wildlife viewing. BBQ trailer rental available at the park.
Silver Falls State Park
At Silver Falls, you will find unique group camping areas like the Old and New Ranch buildings, Silver Creek Youth Camp, North Falls trailer and tent areas, RV, cabin and tent camping in the overnight campground. Additional cabin rentals and complete group accommodations can be found at the Silver Falls Conference Center.
Deschutes River State Recreation Area
Welcome to Deschutes State Recreation Area. We have 32 miles of bike trails and 7.5 miles of hiking trails. No showers at this park. Restroom bldg closed from Nov. 1 through March 15. Port-a-potty available. There is no water available from Nov 1 to March 15.
Clyde Holliday State Recreation Site
Clyde Holliday Campground offers 31 electrical sites with one pull through a hiker-biker camp, restrooms and showers, and outdoor amphitheater, where a variety of interpretive programs take place in the summer, a large shaded picnic and day use area, horseshoe pits, a dump station and the John Day River, running along the park. Come stay at Clyde Holliday- we're sure you'll enjoy the variety of scenic and recreational opportunities in the area and the friendly folks who live here.
Farewell Bend State Recreation Area
Reservations recommended during the summer. October through April is first come first serve with limited sites open. A bathroom with showers will be available.
Enjoy the evening programs. There are many topics covered throughout the summer. Please call the park for upcoming programs. The use of fireworks of any kind is not allowed at Farewell Bend.
Lake Owyhee State Park
Lake Owyhee is closed seasonally from November to mid-April. Accessible flush facilities and hot showers provided in campground. Enjoy bird watching, hiking, jet skiing, storm watching, star gazing, flower viewing, fishing, hunting and swimming in the lake. There are 57 sites with electricity and water hook ups and 8 tent sites that are first-come first-serve.
Unity Lake State Recreation Site
Unity Lake is open seasonally. Accessible flush facilities and hot showers provided in campground. Enjoy bird watching, hiking, jet skiing, star gazing, nature programs, canoeing, sightseeing, flower viewing, fishing, hunting and swimming in the lake.