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Why Go Camping in State?

Oregon is a prime state for camping along the West Coast. Over half the state is on public lands, the population density is small compared to its neighbors to the north and south, and each region in the state offers something unique and worth visiting. With a few exceptions, campgrounds aren’t hard to come by even on the busiest of weekends, especially if you’re willing to drive a few hours from Portland or Bend.

State park campgrounds in Oregon are generally well-managed and come with many amenities such as showers, amphitheaters and rentable day-use facilities. In the case of state park campgrounds on the Oregon Coast, these usually also have yurts and/or cabins available to rent for the night, a nice option for families and during the rainier months along the Pacific Ocean. National forest campgrounds, found more prominently in the Cascade Range and Eastern Oregon, are usually more primitive, often with picnic tables and fire pits, vault toilets, and occasionally with potable water. The only national park in Oregon is Crater Lake National Park, which has one large campground that can be very hard to get a reservation at during peak summer months.

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