Camping Oregon  by Rhonda & George Ostertag

Camping Oregon Guide Book

by Rhonda & George Ostertag (Falcon Guides)
Camping Oregon  by Rhonda & George Ostertag
For more than twenty-five years, FalconGuides® has set the standard for outdoor recreation guidebooks. Written by top outdoors experts and enthusiasts, each guide invites you to experience the endless adventure and rugged beauty of the great outdoors. Looking for the ideal spot to pitch your tent or park your RV? Camping Oregon contains comprehensive descriptions of more than 700 public campgrounds throughout the Beaver State. Look inside for information on campground locations, facilities and hookups, fees and reservations, recreational activities, and zero-impact camping.

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Upstream from where the Umpqua River meets the ocean, this attractive landscaped RV resort is surrounded on three sides by water. Lawn, shrubs, and native shore pines dress the grounds, and a mile-lon ...
Reedsport, OR - Campgrounds
Located 1 mile upstream from where the Umpqua River meets the ocean, this 5-acre open, paved camping area suits the nautical, the through-traveler, and those seeking a base from which to explore the c ...
Reedsport, OR - Campgrounds
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This sweeping park and camp facility offers a full recreation menu with trails for hiking, cycling, and horseback riding; heights for viewing; and second-growth fir-alder woods and canyons for nature ...
Portland, OR - Campgrounds
This camp flat beside Abbott Creek presents a mosaic of open meadow, clustered shrubs, and pocket groves of pines, firs, and deciduous trees. There are sites to appeal to the sun seeker, the shade lov ...
Prospect, OR - Campgrounds
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The developed campsites rest in close proximity to one another, separated by small divides of nonnative landscaping, but they serve as a convenient base for exploring the area. The Columbia River Gorg ...
Cascade Locks, OR - Campgrounds
This campground occupies a large flat along the Rogue Wild and Scenic River. Random oaks and ponderosa pines along with a few madrones shade the mostly earthen flat. This is a popular fishing and summ ...
Grants Pass, OR - Campgrounds
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This campground, with paved sites and roads, occupies a coastal forest of alders and conifers along Alder and Dune Lakes. Dune Lake is green and picturesque, with an irregular shoreline. Alder Lake ha ...
Florence, OR - Campgrounds
In a moss-draped alder and maple setting, this welcoming Nestucca River campground sits across the river from a lacy, pyramid-shaped waterfall. Sites have paved parking spaces, and a paved path leads ...
Beaver, OR - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
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On McKenzie Pass Scenic Byway, you will find this tiny camp in the firs opposite the trailhead to Linton Lake. Other trails in the area visit Proxy Falls and Scott Mountain.
McKenzie Bridge, OR - Campgrounds
Situated along the north bank of the pristine Chetco River, this quiet campground occupies a scenic grove of old-growth myrtles intermixed with evergreens. The park’s Riverside Trail journeys upstream ...
Brookings, OR - Campgrounds
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This campground has a casual setup and serves people camping with horses. It claims an attractive ponderosa pine flat along picturesque Allen Creek. Old roads leading from the camp invite exploration. ...
Prineville, OR - Campgrounds
One of a string of choice family campgrounds along the Metolius Wild and Scenic River, this camp occupies a bend of the river. Sites typically rest among the fir, cedar, and ponderosa pine trees, exce ...
Sisters, OR - Campgrounds
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This Metolius River campground has several pull-through sites and is well suited for RVs and large trailers. Ponderosa pines and bitterbrush set the stage for your stay. Views are of the glassy river, ...
Sisters, OR - Campgrounds
This lofty camp puts you in an alpine meadow and fir-hemlock setting just below timberline on Mount Hood. Mount Hood offers year-round skiing and snowboarding and is one of the most climbed peaks in t ...
Government Camp, OR - Campgrounds
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Mossy old stumps and moist pockets of skunk cabbage accent the forest of tall firs and alders that envelops this camp on the South Fork Alsea River. Sites are spacious and relaxing. From the bridge at ...
Corvallis, OR - Campgrounds
This attractive but somewhat noisy park is located along the North Umpqua River and below the freeway and a rail line. The campground has beautiful lawns and big shade trees, and the North Umpqua seld ...
Roseburg, OR - Campgrounds
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This peaceful park and campground spreads along the north shore of the upper Nehalem River near the Rock Creek confluence.
Vernonia, OR - Campgrounds
Ponderosa pines and Douglas firs shade this quiet campground at the foot of the western slope of Rock Creek Canyon. The cool nights sometimes catch campers off guard, so keep the blankets handy. Campe ...
Heppner, OR - Campgrounds
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This campground occupies a dry forest setting of ponderosa pines, junipers, and bunchgrass above Antelope Flat Reservoir. Canoes and fishing boats ply the lake, which is rimmed by low dusky hills clad ...
Prineville, OR - Campgrounds
This camp occupies a high-elevation forest of small-diameter firs and lodgepole pines along Anthony Lake (elevation 7,100 feet). Campers are treated to a breathtaking setting that pairs the stunning g ...
Baker City, OR - Campgrounds
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