Plan Your Visit to These Great Camping Destinations in Oregon

If you’re thinking about exploring the beautiful state of Oregon, get started on your plans now because the year isn’t getting any younger! Oregon is home to hundreds of state parks, almost a dozen national forests, a National Scenic Area, a national grassland, and more than 20 national wildlife refuges. This beautiful state truly has it all, and is very RV-friendly, so start planning to see some of these top camping destinations in Oregon. There’s more than a lifetime of the great outdoors to explore!

Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. Formed by a catastrophic volcanic eruption thousands of years ago which caused a mountain’s peak to collapse, this lake draws thousands of visitors every year.

Oregon Camping Destinations

Enjoy the scenic Rim Drive, a 33 mile drive around Crater Lake. There are 30 overlooks with car parking, 5 picnic areas, hiking trails to explore, and waterfalls.

Crater Lake National Park has two park campgrounds, but only one accommodates RVs, so it’s essential to make your reservations early. Learn more about all Crater Lake National Park has to offer here.

If you’ve been to Crater Lake National Park and are ready for more great camping destinations in Oregon, check out some of these beautiful state parks to explore:

The Cove Palisades State Park

One of Oregon’s most beautiful state parks is, undoubtedly, The Cove Palisades State Park.  You’ll find almost 10 miles of hiking trails and gorgeous scenery. Learn more about visiting The Cove Palisades State Park here.

Silver Falls State Park

If you love exploring waterfalls – and who doesn’t? – get your fill of these breathtaking natural wonders at Silver Falls State Park. If you hike the Trail of Ten Falls, you can see what the infamous South Falls looks like from behind! Learn more about visiting Silver Falls State Park here.

Sunset Bay State Park

Take in the most beautiful sunsets you’ll ever see at Sunset Bay State Park! This park is situated on the Oregon coast, and has a dazzling backdrop of towering cliffs. It’s also open year-round. Learn more about visiting Sunset Bay State Park here.

Oregon Camping Destinations

Oregon is truly a nature lover’s dream, so start planning your trips to these top camping destinations in Oregon soon. Contact us today if you have any questions about our new and used RVs for sale, towing capacity, RV service, or any other questions before you hit the road!


Share Button