State Parks and Overnight Tent Camper Locations in Oregon
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Charleston Oregon Tent Camper Adventures
Bastendorff Beach State Park
Located 1/4 mile off the Cape Arago Hwy, two miles west of Charleston. 81 overnight campsites. Open year-round.
4250 Bastendorff Beach Loop Rd.
Charleston OR 97542
Charleston Marina RV Park
98 large paved sites with multi-use rec room. Services include electric, water, sewer, satellite TV. Clean restrooms/showers, security, kid’s play area, crab cooking room, sanitary dump station, and laundry. Daily/ weekly/monthly rates. Walk to marina, restaurants, shopping and recreation – crabbing & clamming.(541) 888-9512
Sunset Bay State Park
On a sheltered bay three miles west of Charleston on Cape Arago Hwy. Facilities include a campground (with 29 full hookups, 31 electrical and 66 tent sites, plus eight yurts and hot showers), boat ramp, and swimming area with bathhouse.
Crater Lake Tent Camper Adventures
Jackson F. Kimball State Park and Campground
Three miles north of the quaint town of Fort Klamath and only 20 minutes to the south entrance of Crater Lake National Park. Peace and solitude is the main focus here. Enjoy a short hike through the quaking aspens to the headwaters of the Wood River.
Gold Beach tent Camper Adventures
Located east of Gold Beach along the Rogue River. It offers camping overlooking the Rogue.
Lobster Creek Camp
Located 10 miles east of Gold Beach up Jerry’s Flat Road across the Lobster Creek Bridge and up FS Road 3310 eight miles. RV and group camping by reservation through the County Parks Office.
Quosatana Creek Campground
Located 14.5 miles from Hwy 101. This campground on the Rogue River is a favorite spot for anglers. The campground is just east of the intersection with Forest Service Road 3313.
Oregon Outback Tent Camper Adventures
Abert Rim Oasis RV Park
20 miles from Lakeview on Hwy 395 (mile post 123).14 dry sites (six pull-throughs), restrooms, showers.
Cottonwood Meadows Recreation Area
28 miles west of Lakeview on Hwy 140. Eight miles northeast on Forest Service Road #3870. 24 unit family campground, 6,100 feet above sea level. Boating (motorboats prohibited), fishing, swimming, hiking.
Deep Creek Campground
Six miles north of Lakeview on Hwy 395. Eight miles east on Hwy 140, 14 miles southeast on Forest Service Road #3915. One mile southwest on FS #4015. Six unit family campground. 5,600 feet elevation. Fishing, gathering.
Dog Lake Recreation Area
10 miles west of Lakeview on Hwy 140. 4.5 miles south on county road 1-12, 12 miles west on Forest Service Road #4017. 10-unit family campground, two-unit group campground. 5,100 feet elevation. Boating (motorboat speed limit is five mph), fishing, swimming.
Drews Creek Campground
10 miles west of Lakeview on Hwy 140. 4.5 miles south on county 1-12, three miles west on Forest Service Road #4017. Four-unit family campground, two-unit group campground. 4,900 feet elevation. Fishing, softball, horseshoe pits.
Goose Lake State Park
East of Klamath Falls, off US 395, 15 miles south of Lakeview. Campground has 48 sites with electricity and water. Features wildlife viewing on lake shared by Oregon and California.
Hunter’s RV Park
Lakeview, Hwy 395. 32 pull-through sites, 28 full hookups. Mini mart, dump station, restrooms, showers, restaurant/ pub/ laundromat/ perpetual geyser.
Juniper’s Reservoir RV Resort
10 miles west of Lakeview on Hwy 140 (milepost 87). Pull-throughs; 20, 30 and 50 amps; fishing, hiking, birding.
Mud Creek Campground
Six miles north of Lakeview on Hwy 395. Nine miles east on Hwy 140. Seven miles north on forest service road #3615. Seven-unit family campground. 6,600 feet elevation. Fishing, gathering, hiking.
Summer Lake Hot Springs
Hwy 31, between Paisley and Summer Lake. Nine full hookups, tent spaces, bath house, showers, laundry room.
Willow Creek Campground
Six miles north of Lakeview on Hwy 395. Eight miles east on Hwy 140. Nine miles southeast on Forest Service Road #3915, one mile south on FS #4011. Eight-unit family campground. 5,800 feet elevation. Fishing, gathering, hiking.