In Oregon, there are more than 50 state parks with campgrounds located in the most beautiful parts of the state, from oceanfront at the coast to lakeside in the high desert. In addition to state park campgrounds, there are some 300 more campgrounds in Oregon so you’ll never be at a loss for a place to enjoy the great outdoors and lay your head.

If you’re not sure where to start, we recommend reading Terry Richard’s recent series of “best camping experiences in Oregon” on OregonLive.com. We’ve highlighted some of the best of te blogs below.

- Oregon Camping: Best Hiking Trails

- Oregon Camping – Best Wildlife

- Oregon Camping: Best Weather

- Oregon Camping: Best Place for Solitude (hmmm wonder if this will still be true after we all read this!)

- Oregon Camping: Best Tent Sites

- Oregon Camping: Best Cabins

- Oregon Camping: Best Barrier Free

- Oregon Camping: Best Horse Trails

- Oregon Camping: Best Camping Programs

- Oregon Camping: Best Picnic Shelters

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  1. Jennifer says…

    Hey Mo and Ashley,

    The best horse trails link goes to the barrier free listing. I hope he included the Coast Mountain Horse Trail System (USFS) in Florence!

    Jennifer

    Written on July 15th, 2008 / Flag this Comment
  2. Justin says…

    Great list Ashley! These spots are definitely the best of the best around the state. Thanks for sharing.

    Written on June 15th, 2009 / Flag this Comment
  3. Will says…

    For RV Camping Beverly Beach State Park is a fantastic experience. You get both ocean and rain forest to enjoy.

    Written on September 3rd, 2010 / Flag this Comment
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