KOA Campgrounds in Oregon

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Camping in Oregon

Exploring the Pacific Northwest is a one-of-a-kind adventure. No matter your destination in beautiful Oregon, you’ll find KOA’s campgrounds conveniently located throughout the state. Wherever you’re headed, KOA has got you covered.

Choose one KOA and explore the surrounding region, or reserve a stay at different campgrounds throughout Oregon and work your way between the state's iconic scenic locales. However you choose to spend your time in this stunning state, choose KOA campgrounds for a comfortable and enjoyable camping experience.

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Popular Oregon Attractions

  • Columbia River Gorge
  • Crater Lake National Park
  • Bend
  • Portland
  • Bandon Dunes
  • Mt. Hood

Find Your Oregon Campground

Albany / Corvallis KOA Journey Photo
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Albany / Corvallis KOA Journey
Albany, OR
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Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA Resort
Hammond, OR
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Bandon / Port Orford KOA Journey
Langlois, OR
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Cascade Locks / Portland East KOA Holiday
Cascade Locks, OR
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Cave Junction KOA Journey Photo
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Cave Junction KOA Journey
Cave Junction, OR
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Grants Pass KOA Journey
Grants Pass, OR
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Klamath Falls KOA Journey
Klamath Falls, OR
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Idleyld Park, OR
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Otis, OR
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Medford / Gold Hill KOA Journey
Central Point, OR
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North Bend, OR
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Pendleton, OR
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Redmond / Central Oregon KOA Holiday
Culver, OR
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Sutherlin / Umpqua Valley KOA Holiday Photo
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Sutherlin, OR
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Waldport, OR
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A Variety of Ways to Camp in Oregon

Many believe that tent camping is the only real way to experience the expansive outdoors in Oregon. If you're looking for something a little different, however, KOA is where you'll find some of the best campsites in Oregon, including:

  • Tent camping: Tent camping is a beloved tradition in Oregon. What better way to get in touch with the great outdoors than by enjoying one of KOA's many Tent Sites?
  • Camping Cabins: No need to bring the tent. Reserve a KOA Camping Cabin to have added amenities like beds, electricity and, most importantly, a roof over your head.
  • Deluxe Cabins: For even more great features, be sure to pick the Deluxe Cabins from KOA. You'll experience everything that the Camping Cabins offer with the addition of a private bathroom and, in many cases, bed linens, kitchenettes and even TVs.
  • RV Sites: If you are hitting the highway in your recreational vehicle, point it toward a KOA. KOA caters to your needs and the RV campgrounds in Oregon offer a range of amenities designed to make your stay ideal, with features such as 30- and 50-amp service, full electric/water and dry hookups and even comfortable KOA Patio Sites®.
  • Other unique lodging options: If you're looking to spice up your camping adventure, KOA has you covered. Many campgrounds at KOA offer unique lodging options, such as teepees, yurts, Glamping Tents, Airstreams and more.

Be sure to check with specific KOA campgrounds to see which options are available for your next camping adventure, as lodging options vary by campground.

Find A Relaxing Campground With The Right Amenities For You

Why wait any longer? When you camp at an Oregon KOA campground, you'll find opportunities for any age. No matter which location you choose to stay at, you'll see that the KOA staff is focused on providing you with the best customer service. You'll also have access to convenient amenities like laundry facilities, KOA stores, clean bathrooms with hot water, and playgrounds for the little ones.

If you’re traveling with kids, or you just want to find some extra fun when you arrive, KOA campgrounds have you covered. Switch it up after a hiking or biking excursion with paddle boats or movie nights, with many locations offering planned activities. Maybe you'd like to instead take a dip in a swimming pool, play a round of mini golf or test your agility on a climbing wall. Check specific KOA campgrounds to see what's available.

Camp Near Your Favorite Oregon Attractions

Once you visit Oregon, you’ll likely never want to leave. Have you ever seen the clouds break over Mt. Hood or watched the sunset from a rugged Pacific Ocean beach? What about standing at the edge of Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States? Once you’ve crossed these off your list, you’ll understand why Oregon is the ideal place for an adventure.

Oregon also has a rich heritage just waiting to be explored. Spend the day learning about the many different Native American tribes that make up this great state or celebrate Native American culture by attending a powwow or sampling common indigenous foods. After spending the day immersing yourself in the cultural opportunities available, head out to explore some of Oregon's amazing natural scenery.

Film and TV enthusiasts may enjoy a filmed in Oregon tour. See the filming locations of iconic films such as “Wild” and “The Goonies.” To fuel up and recharge between adventures, make sure to sample the local cuisine at one of the many breweries, farmers' markets and local restaurants. Some Oregon specialties include black truffles, hazelnuts and sustainably caught seafood such as salmon and crab.

You’ve probably heard of the Oregon Trail. Now you can follow it and gain an appreciation for the nation’s early settlers. If you need some time in the city, stop by Portland or Eugene for awesomely unique offerings, or you can grab some unbelievable seafood in a quaint oceanside town. With a KOA campground nearby, you'll be able to take advantage of an affordable lodging option near all these great areas.

Regardless of where your Oregon adventure takes you, making KOA your home base offers many advantages. As quality campgrounds in the state of Oregon, KOA offers a safe and comfortable way to rest and relax at the end of every day. With clean campsites and numerous amenities, there is something for everyone to enjoy at KOA.

Make Your Camping Reservations and Get Ready to Experience Oregon at KOA

Whether you are looking for adventure with rock climbing or boating or need a weekend to rest and recharge while enjoying some amazing food, Oregon has an endless supply of attractions and activities to pique your interests. With so much to offer, it is essential to have a place where you can regroup as you plan your next adventure.

By choosing KOA, you will have access to some of the best camping in the state of Oregon. With numerous locations, you can select a campground close to a local attraction for easy access to fun. Each campground is also an adventure, with each KOA location offering different amenities and camping experiences to explore. Whether you are looking to hit the road on your RV or you want to sleep under the stars, start your next camping adventure with KOA today.

From corner to breathtaking corner, KOA has got Oregon covered. With multiple KOA locations, you can explore wherever your sense of adventure takes you, so make sure to reserve your spot soon. Secure one of the best family campgrounds in Oregon right here on this website, or call KOA today.

FAQs for Camping in Oregon

The best time to visit Oregon is during the summer, from early June to mid-August. The summer months are when the state is at its warmest and driest. You could also visit for an adventure during the rainy season, from October to April.

Oregon is an excellent place to go camping. The state has many campgrounds you can stay at to get the full camping experience, whether in an RV, cabin or tent. With the diverse lands, all your camping experiences will differ. Have fun camping in Oregon, whether you stay near the coast or inland.

Like most states, there are rules for camping in Oregon. You must follow the regulations set by the county for a safe camping trip. Before settling at one location, check the camping rules to see where you can set up camp and how long you can stay.

Besides campgrounds, there are many state and national parks throughout the state you can camp at. When camping in state forests, you cannot set up your tent or RV within 25 feet of a stream or river. Other camping areas may have their own ordinances, so ensure you check them before your arrival.

Oregon has public lands and designated camping areas where you can camp for free. The state is one of the most accessible places to go dispersed camping because much of the land is public. Many national forests and parks campgrounds are free because they are on public land.

RV camping is allowed in Oregon. Many campgrounds offer RV Sites to help campers get the convenient utility hookups they need or want.

Find an RV park or campground when you want to experience RV camping. Staying at one or the other ensures you can park your RV in Oregon without issues. Some campgrounds provide free parking sites for RV campers. In areas where you need to pay for your campsite, your average cost to RV camp in Oregon could be around $20 to $50 per night, depending on where you stay and the hookups at the sites.

If you have to park your RV on the street, ensure you follow the city's regulations about the duration and where you are allowed to park. Each city and county has different rules, so it's important you know which ones to follow.

It is legal to live in an RV in Oregon. You must follow the city's and neighborhood's regulations for living in an RV. For instance, you cannot park on public roads. When living permanently in your RV in Oregon, ensure you visit the county's office to determine if you need a permit to live in your RV. Depending on where you want to live, you may also need to consider if you are going to purchase or rent a plot of land to keep your RV on.

If you have a permanent place to live in your RV, make sure to get an address assigned to it so you can make it your official residence.

While you can go camping for free in certain areas throughout the Beaver State, other places may have a fee. The average cost of camping in Oregon depends on how you're camping, whether in an RV, tent or cabin. It also hinges on whether you are an out-of-state camper or an Oregon resident.

On average, you could pay around $60 per night to camp in a standard cabin. Camping in your RV or tent may have a lower average daily cost. Your essential purchases, like food and camping necessities, also factor into the cost of camping in Oregon.

Traveling in Oregon opens a world of exploration the whole family will love. Enjoy some of the top things to do in Oregon, such as:

  • Oregon Shakespeare Festival: If you love the arts and Shakespeare, visiting the Oregon Shakespeare Festival is an excellent activity. Watch various performances of “Romeo and Juliet,” “Twelfth Night” and shows by other playwrights.
  • Sisters: Travel back in time when you visit Sisters, an 1880s western-themed town in Oregon. You will love seeing the buildings that pay homage to the old-fashioned storefronts and the various activities you and your family can do while in town.
  • Washington Park: See the stunning gardens, memorials and statues at Washington Park. You can walk the trails through the gardens and along the park. You could also try archery, play tennis or visit the playgrounds.

Some of the best outdoor activities in Oregon include:

  • Hiking: With the many parks and forests around the state, you have many hiking opportunities during your vacation. Locals and visitors alike spend a lot of time in the great outdoors by hiking.
  • Whale watching: See whales while whale watching during your Oregon trip. Go to Depoe Bay, the “Whale Watching Capital of the Oregon Coast,” to try and spot some whales living off the coast.
  • Windsurfing and kitesurfing: If you like staying active, try a thrilling activity like windsurfing or kitesurfing. You'll rely on the wind to help you glide along the water.

While Oregon only has one official national park, there are many other national monuments and historical sites that act as parks. Several of the best national parks in Oregon include:

  • Crater Lake National Park: The only national park in Oregon is Crater Lake National Park. There, you can see the peak of a sleeping volcano in the deepest lake in the United States.
  • Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve: Hike the trails aboveground and go on guided tours underground to see the gorgeous marble cave at Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve.
  • Mt. Hood National Forest: See Mt. Hood, the tallest mountain in Oregon, up close when you visit Mt. Hood National Forest. The forest offers diverse hiking trails in the summer and excellent mountain slopes for skiing during the winter.

Oregon is home to several state parks. Some of the best state parks in Oregon include:

  • Smith Rock State Park: Hike, rock climb and mountain bike during your Smith Rock State Park trip. The state park is a great spot for staying active while enjoying the beautiful landscape.
  • Silver Falls State Park: Traverse the Trail of Ten Falls at Silver Falls State Park when you want to go hiking with beautiful water views. The Trail of Ten Falls will take you behind some of the spectacular waterfalls to give you a different perspective of the attractions.
  • Fort Stevens State Park: Visit Fort Stevens State Park when you want to engage in fun recreational activities like swimming, hiking, biking or playing disc golf. The former military base has many military displays you can visit to learn more about the area.

Discover the best food in Oregon when you visit the following cities:

  • Portland: Portland has incredibly diverse food, from fine dining experiences to home-cooked Thai food and freshly made doughnuts. You'll have fun trying all the delicious dishes and treats.
  • Ashland: Ashland is home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and has many unique dining experiences. You can find tasty vegan options and experience wine-pairing dinners.
  • Astoria: Astoria is a smaller city compared to Portland, but it has just as many delicious foods and drinks to try. Visit the local breweries, breakfast places and bakeries.

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