Bend, Oregon Weekend Tent Trailer Glamping Adventures

If you live in the Northwest or Bend, Oregon, rent your luxury tent trailer and get ready to explore Oregon’s outback. We’ve compiled the the best campgrounds within two hours of Bend, Oregon. While Bend is part of a metropolis, many are surprised to learn it is the gateway to the best of Oregon adventures from coastal adventures to the Alvord desert. With a variety of tent trailers in stock from 2-4 person, we found campgrounds to fit your every style or glamping need. Just hook up and go. Let’s play!

Trillium Lake Tent Trailer Camping : Mount Hood, OR

Located alongside Trillium Lake and at the base of Mount Hood, this peaceful retreat offers amazing views of the mountain’s summit. Well-known for its family friendly atmosphere, Trillium Lake is a great place to swim, boat, and fish. A two-mile hiking and biking trail circles the lake, while other nearby trails provide a little more rugged terrain. The campground provides many tent trailer camping sites that come with a picnic table and fire pit with a grill rack. We love this site not only for its scenic beauty, but also because the tall trees of the Mount Hood National Forest provide shade and privacy between campsites.

Lost Lake Resort & Campground Tent Trailer Camping : Hood River, OR

Also located in the Mount Hood region, the Lost Lake Campground is secluded in the Mount Hood National Forest just 76 miles from Portland. Along with the 148 tent trailer glamping sites, Lost Lake also offers lodge rooms and cabins equipped with a king bed and a small kitchen for those who enjoy a more luxurious camping style. We love this place because it is accommodating to anyone and everyone, with two miles of handicap accessible trails. On the edge of Lost Lake itself, the resort rents out fishing boats, paddle boards, and canoes for all kinds of water activities.

Eagle Creek Campground Tent Trailer Camping : Cascade Locks, OR

Sixty miles south east of Bend, Oregon on the Columbia River Gorge lies Eagle Creek Campground. With only 14 tent trailer sites available for reservation and 3 first come first serve, it is not a very popular spot for summer tourists. However, that doesn’t mean you should stay away! The campsites are positioned on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River and Eagle Creek, with tall trees for plenty of shade. Hike along the Gorge on one of the many Eagle Creek trails and end up at Punchbowl Falls right near the campsite. We love this campground because it’s a peaceful and relaxing weekend getaway for you and significant other or the whole family.

North Arm Campground Tent Trailer Camping : Government Camp, OR

Located on the shores of Timothy Lake, this campground offers a variety of water activities including sailing, boating, fishing, and swimming. Anglers love this spot for catching kokanee salmon and a variety of trout. If you’d rather stay on land, there are numerous trails that loop around the lake for hikers, bikers, and horseback riders. One of them connects to the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail that extends from Canada to Mexico. There are fourteen sites for tent trailers, most sites are surrounded by a thick understory that provides shade between you and your camping neighbors.

Oxbow Regional Park Tent Trailer Camping : Gresham, OR

This is a great location for all of you water lovers. Right along the Sandy River Gorge, Oxbow Regional Park provides an oasis for swimming, fishing, rafting, and kayaking. If you venture here in the fall, it’s hard to miss the spawning salmon. You may encounter different wildlife species along the site’s sandy beaches and 12 miles of trails as well. Oxbow offers drive-up campsites that include a picnic table, fire pit, and cooking grill, as well as 10 tent trailer sites. Whether a day trip or a weekend stay, it truly is a beautiful place to camp.

L.L. Stub Stewart State Park Tent Trailer Camping : Buxton, OR

A beautiful state park just 75 miles west of Bend, Oregon. Perfect for a day trip or a weekend getaway, the 1,800 acres of rolling hills, flowing streams, and hiking/biking trails will keep you exploring for hours. L.L. Stub also caters to equestrian enthusiasts with its horse staging area and designated horse trails. One downfall is that the streams onsite aren’t big enough for swimming, but nearby Vernonia Lake is great for both swimming and fishing. This campground has tent trailer camping sites galore. It also offers flush toilets and hot showers to keep you feeling fresh. Don’t forget to bring your pets – they are welcome too!