Campgrounds And RV Parks

Campgrounds, RV Parks, Camping, Resorts, Bed & Breakfast, Hotels, Motels and Motorhome and Camper places in the Northwest in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

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Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Northwest places to stay when you want to vacation in the great outdoors or the Northwest.

Willamette Pass Inn & RV

Willamette Pass Inn & RV
Skiing, Camping, Snow Sports & So Much More Including Camping & RV Spaces Located In The Willamette Pass In The Center Of Oregon Recreation Areas. WINTER and SUMMER fun!

Pelton Park & Lake Simtustus Marina

Pelton Park & Lake Simtustus Marina Store, Restaurant, Boat Rentals & Campgrounds. Lake Simtustus RV Park (Pelton Park) on the lower end of Lake Simtustus is located in sunny Central Oregon. Rent pontoon boats, pedal and fishing boats and more.

 
  • Lake Simtustus RV Park 
    Fishing at it's best in Central Oregon "we are right on the lake" and offer some of the best trout fishing you will find in the Northwest." Houseboat rentals, fishing boat & equipment rentals. 

  • Pelton Park & Lake Simtustus Marina,
    Store, Restaurant, Boat Rentals & Campgrounds.
    Lake Simtustus RV Park (Pelton Park) on the lower end of Lake Simtustus is located in sunny Central Oregon. Rent pontoon boats, pedal and fishing boats and more.

  • Willamette Pass Inn & RV
    Skiing, Camping, Snow Sports & So Much More Including Camping & RV Spaces Located In The Willamette Pass In The Center Of Oregon Recreation Areas. WINTER and SUMMER fun!

  • Yamhill Vineyards Bed & Breakfast A peaceful area to watch a sunset, listen to the birds and enjoy the country quiet. The Great Room has spectacular views, a spiral staircase, vaulted ceilings, a rock alcove which hosts a wood stove, reclining chairs, TV and VCR. On our hot summer days, you will enjoy our air conditioned home.

Oregon RV Parks & Campgrounds

Agness RV Park

4215 Agness Rd

Agness, Or, 97406

541-247-2813

Blue Ox RV Park

4000 Blue Ox Dr Se

Albany, Or, 97321

541-926-2886

Koa Corvallis Albany

33775 Oakville Rd Sw

Albany, Or, 97321

541-967-8521

Kampgrounds Of America

5310 Highway 66

Ashland, Or, 97520

541-482-4138

Isberg Park

21599 Dolores Way Ne

Aurora, Or, 97002

503-678-2646

Oregon Trails West RV Park

I 84 At Richland Exit 302

Baker City, Or, 97814

541-523-3236

Bandon RV Park

935 2nd St Se

Bandon, Or, 97411

541-347-4122

Bluejay Campground & RV Park

885 Beach Loop Rd

Bandon, Or, 97411

541-347-7904

Happy Kamper RV Park

N/A

Bandon, Or, 97411

541-347-4738

Bay City RV Park

Highway 101

Bay City, Or, 97107

503-377-2124

Camper Cove Trailer Park

N/A

Beaver, Or, 97108

503-398-5334

Corral Mobile Home & RV

3737 Sw 117th Ave

Beaverton, Or, 97005

503-671-0676

Bend Kampground

63615 N Highway 97

Bend, Or, 97701

541-382-7738

Bend Keystone RV Park

305 Ne Burnside Ave

Bend, Or, 97701

541-382-2335

Tumalo State Park

64120 O B Riley Rd

Bend, Or, 97701

541-382-3586

Crown Villa RV Park

60801 Brosterhous Rd

Bend, Or, 97702

541-388-1131

Scandia Mobile Park

61415 S Highway 97

Bend, Or, 97702

541-382-6206

Snowy River RV Park

56148 Solar Dr

Bend, Or, 97707

541-593-2597

Fir Ridge Campgrounds

4141 Clem Rd

Blodgett, Or, 97326

541-453-4664

Lazy Days RV & Mobile Home Park

52511 Mckenzie Hwy

Blue River, Or, 97413

541-822-3889

Patio RV Park

55636 Mckenzie River Dr

Blue River, Or, 97413

541-822-3596

At Rivers Edge RV Resort

98203 S Bank Rd

Brookings, Or, 97415

541-469-3356

Azure Wave RV Park

15848 Highway 101 S

Brookings, Or, 97415

541-469-5944

Driftwood RV Park

16011 Lower Harbor Rd

Brookings, Or, 97415

541-469-3213

Harbor RV Park

98131 W Benham Ln

Brookings, Or, 97415

541-469-2222

Portside RV Park

16219 Lower Harbor Rd

Brookings, Or, 97415

541-469-6616

River Bend Terraces

97864 Payne Rd

Brookings, Or, 97415

541-469-9369

Riverside RV Park

97666 N Bank Chetco River Rd

Brookings, Or, 97415

541-469-4799

Sea Bird RV Park

16429 Highway 101 S

Brookings, Or, 97415

541-469-3512

Village RV Park

1273 Seneca Dr

Burns, Or, 97720

541-573-7640

Wrights For Camping

Cannon Beach Underpass

Cannon Beach, Or, 97110

503-436-2347

Surprise Valley RV Park

116 Surprise Valley Ln

Canyonville, Or, 97417

541-839-6634

Cascade Locks Koa

Forest Ln

Cascade Locks, Or, 97014

541-374-8668

Dewitts Town & Country RV Park

28288 Redwood Hwy

Cave Junction, Or, 97523

541-592-2656

Shady Acres Trailer Park

27550 Redwood Hwy

Cave Junction, Or, 97523

541-592-3702

Dardanelle Trailer Park

9566 Old Stage Rd

Central Point, Or, 97502

541-855-7242

Expo Lake RV Park

County Fair Grounds

Central Point, Or, 97502

541-664-6365

Potters Trailer Park

11700 Sprague River Rd

Chiloquin, Or, 97624

541-783-2253

Water Wheel Campground

200 Williamson River Dr

Chiloquin, Or, 97624

541-783-2738

Sherrard RV & Koa

Rt.2

Colbert, Or, 74733

580-296-2373

Arbes RV Park

2625 Ocean Blvd Se

Coos Bay, Or, 97420

541-267-3030

Charleston Marina RV Park

7984 Kingfisher Dr

Coos Bay, Or, 97420

541-888-9512

Driftwood Mobile Home & RV Park

412 Driftwood Ln

Coos Bay, Or, 97420

541-888-6103

Kelleys RV Park

555 S Empire Blvd

Coos Bay, Or, 97420

541-888-6531

Lucky Loggers RV Park

250 E Johnson Ave

Coos Bay, Or, 97420

541-267-6003

Oceanside RV Park

9838 Cape Arago Hwy

Coos Bay, Or, 97420

541-888-2598

Seaport RV Park

5045 Boat Basin Dr

Coos Bay, Or, 97420

541-888-3122

Crown Point RV Park

37000 Historic Columbia River

Corbett, Or, 97019

503-695-5207

Big Pines RV Park

Highway 97

Crescent, Or, 97733

541-433-2785

Sherwood Forest Koa

298 E Oregon Ave

Creswell, Or, 97426

541-895-4110

Koa Madras Culver

2435 Sw Jericho Ln

Culver, Or, 97734

541-546-3046

Pass Creek Park

201 Curtin Park Rd

Curtin, Or, 97428

541-942-3281

Boiler Bay RV Park

2050 N Highway 101

Depoe Bay, Or, 97341

541-765-2548

Martins Trailer Harbor

115 Ne Collins

Depoe Bay, Or, 97341

541-765-2601

Ray Boiler RV Park

2050 N Highway 101

Depoe Bay, Or, 97341

541-765-2548

Happy Eagle Lodge & RVs

36360 Shoreview Dr

Dorena, Or, 97434

541-946-1228

Dufur RV Park

10 Ne Aikin

Dufur, Or, 97021

541-467-2449

Express Ranch Mobile & RV Park

N/A

Durkee, Or, 97905

541-877-2457

Medford Oak RV Park

7049 Highway 140

Eagle Point, Or, 97524

541-826-5103

Elkton RV Park

450 River Dr

Elkton, Or, 97436

541-584-2832

Silver Fox RV Park

40505 E Highway 224

Estacada, Or, 97023

503-630-7000

Green Haven RV Park

200 Church Street

Falls City, Or, 97344

503-787-4510

Darlings Resort & RV Park

4879 Darlings Loop

Florence, Or, 97439

541-997-2841

Happy Place RV Park & Indr Stge

4044 Highway 101

Florence, Or, 97439

541-997-1434

Harbor Vista Park

87656 S Harbor Vista Dr

Florence, Or, 97439

541-997-5987

Heceta Beach RV Park

4636 Heceta Beach Rd

Florence, Or, 97439

541-997-7664

Honeyman State Park

84505 Highway 101

Florence, Or, 97439

541-997-3641

Woahink Lake RV Resort

83570 Highway 101

Florence, Or, 97439

541-997-6454

Crater Lake Campground RV Park

57575 Hwy 62

Fort Klamath, Or, 97626

541-381-2275

Big Sarvice Corral

40333 Hwy 19

Fossil, Or, 97830

541-468-2121

Fernwood Store & RV Park

57625 Nw Wilson River Hwy

Gales Creek, Or, 97117

503-357-9494

Miami Cove RV Park

503 E Garibaldi Ave

Garibaldi, Or, 97118

503-322-3300

Jackpine RV & Mobile Home Park

N/A

Gilchrist, Or, 97737

541-433-2630

Meadow Wood RV Park & Cmpgrnd

862 Autumn Ln

Glendale, Or, 97442

541-832-3114

Fogarty Creek RV Park

Hwy 101

Gleneden Beach, Or, 97388

541-764-2228

Anglers Trailer Village

95706 Jerrys Flat Rd

Gold Beach, Or, 97444

541-247-7922

Four Seasons RV Resort

96526 N Bank Rd

Gold Beach, Or, 97444

541-247-7959

Gold Beach Travel Park

155 1st

Gold Beach, Or, 97444

541-247-5512

Irelands Ocean View RV Park

1230c S Ellensburg

Gold Beach, Or, 97444

541-247-0148

Kimball Creek Bend RV Resort

97136 N Bank Rd

Gold Beach, Or, 97444

541-247-7580

Lucky Lodge

32040 Watson Ln

Gold Beach, Or, 97444

541-247-7618

Nesika Beach RV Park

32887 Nesika Rd

Gold Beach, Or, 97444

541-247-6077

Cypress Grove RV Park

1679 Rogue River Hwy

Gold Hill, Or, 97525

541-855-9000

Koa Medford Gold Hill

12297 Blackwell Rd I 5 Exit

Gold Hill, Or, 97525

541-855-7710

Bend Othe River

7501 Lower River Rd

Grants Pass, Or, 97526

541-479-2547

Grants Pass Over Niters

5941 Highland Ave

Grants Pass, Or, 97526

541-479-7289

Rogue Valley Overniters RV Park

1806 Nw 6th St

Grants Pass, Or, 97526

541-479-2208

Circle W RV Park

8110 Rogue River Hwy

Grants Pass, Or, 97527

541-582-1686

Dixon Greenvalley Campers

1227 Redwood Ave

Grants Pass, Or, 97527

541-479-1407

Have A Nice Day Campgrounds

7275 Rogue River Hwy

Grants Pass, Or, 97527

541-582-1421

Riverfront Trailer Park & Cmpgrnd

7060 Rogue River Hwy

Grants Pass, Or, 97527

541-582-0985

Diamond Hill RV Park

32917 Diamond Hill Dr

Harrisburg, Or, 97446

541-995-9279

Lost Lake Resort & Campgrounds

N/A

Hood River, Or, 97031

541-386-6366

Oasis Campground

6170 Highway 201

Huntington, Or, 97907

541-262-3365

Mount View Park

577 Mountain Ave

Idanha, Or, 97350

503-854-3774

River View RV Park

117 Elk Ridge Lane

Idleyld Park, Or, 97447

541-498-2454

Timber River RV Park

22113 N Umpqua Hwy

Idleyld Park, Or, 97447

541-496-0114

Reaves Roost

170 Highway 730

Irrigon, Or, 97844

541-922-2699

Rome RV & Cafe

3605 Highway 95 W

Jordan Valley, Or, 97910

541-586-2294

Park At The River

Wallowa Lake

Joseph, Or, 97846

541-432-8800

Richardson Park

25950 Richardson Park Rd

Junction City, Or, 97448

541-341-6940

Alta Gardens Mobile Park

2625 Altamont Dr

Klamath Falls, Or, 97603

541-882-1097

Koa Klamath Falls

3435 Shasta Way

Klamath Falls, Or, 97603

541-884-4644

Wisemans Mobile Park

6800 S 6th St

Klamath Falls, Or, 97603

541-884-4327

Hot Lake RV Resort Inc

65182 Hot Lake Ln

La Grande, Or, 97850

541-963-5253

Rendezvous RV Park

N/A

La Grande, Or, 97850

541-962-0909

Hidden Pines RV Park

52158 Elderberry Ln

La Pine, Or, 97739

541-536-2265

Sleepy Hollow RV Park

675 3rd

Lafayette, Or, 97127

503-864-3740

Osprey Point Resort

1505 N Lake Rd

Lakeside, Or, 97449

541-759-2801

Seadrift Motel & Campground

11022 Coast Hwy

Lakeside, Or, 97449

541-759-3102

Junipers Reservoir RV Resort

Hwy 140w W Milepost 86

Lakeview, Or, 97630

541-947-2050

Chinook Bend RV Campground

2920 Siletz Hwy

Lincoln City, Or, 97367

541-996-2032

Elks Wapiti Park

2118 S Drift Creek Rd

Lincoln City, Or, 97367

541-996-2240

Sportsmans Landing RV Park

3804 Siletz Hwy

Lincoln City, Or, 97367

541-996-4225

Tree N Sea Trailer Park

1015 Sw 51st St

Lincoln City, Or, 97367

541-996-3801

Hitching Post Trailer Ct Inc

N/A

Long Creek, Or, 97856

541-421-3043

Taylor Park

24527 Taylor Park Rd Se

Lyons, Or, 97358

503-859-2763

Deschutes River Resort

7228 Nw Highway 26

Madras, Or, 97741

541-553-1011

Lake Simtustus RV Park & Cmpgrnd

2750 Nw Pelton Dam Rd

Madras, Or, 97741

541-475-1085

Maple Lane Trailer Park & Mrna

10730 Highway 126

Mapleton, Or, 97453

541-268-4822

RV Mulkey Park

14325 Sw Highway 18

Mcminnville, Or, 97128

503-472-2475

Elkhorn Tavern & RV Park

N/A

Monument, Or, 97864

541-934-2244

Columbia River Gorge Campng Resort

N/A

Mosier, Or, 97040

541-478-3750

RV America On The River

Weaver Rd

Myrtle Creek, Or, 97457

541-863-5030

Gulls At Sleepy Hollow RV Park

N/A

Myrtle Point, Or, 97458

541-572-2141

Nehalem Bay Trailer Park

N/A

Nehalem, Or, 97131

503-368-5180

Nehalem Shore RV Park

37395 Northfork Rd

Nehalem, Or, 97131

503-368-6670

Neskowin Creek RV Resort

50500 Highway 101 S

Neskowin, Or, 97149

503-392-3082

Happy Camp Resort

N/A

Netarts, Or, 97143

503-842-4012

Agate Beach Trailer Park

6138 N Coast Hwy

Newport, Or, 97365

541-265-7670

Pacific Shores RV Resort

6225 N Coast Hwy

Newport, Or, 97365

541-265-3750

Oakridge RV Park

48229 Highway 58

Oakridge, Or, 97463

541-782-2611

Country Campgrounds

660 Sugar Ave

Ontario, Or, 97914

541-889-6042

Honey Bear Campground

34161 Ophir Rd

Ophir, Or, 97464

541-247-2765

Lees Evergreen Park

6029 Salmon River Hwy

Otis, Or, 97368

541-994-3116

Cape Kiwanda RV Park

33315 Cape Kiwanda Dr

Pacific City, Or, 97135

503-965-6230

Pacific City Trailer Park

34900 5th

Pacific City, Or, 97135

503-965-6820

Thousand Trails Inc

30000 Sandlake Rd

Pacific City, Or, 97135

503-965-6442

Tomichi Village

33145 Webb Park Rd

Pacific City, Or, 97135

503-965-7006

Summer Lake Hot Springs

Hwy 31

Paisley, Or, 97636

541-943-3931

Ac RV Park

2255 Se Court Ave

Pendleton, Or, 97801

541-278-1731

Arrowhead RV Park

Hwy 84 Exit 216

Pendleton, Or, 97801

541-276-8484

Brooke RV Court

5 Ne 8th St

Pendleton, Or, 97801

541-276-5353

Riverview RV & Mobile Estates

2712 Ne Riverside Ave

Pendleton, Or, 97801

541-276-7632

Holiday RV Park

201 Fern Valley Rd

Phoenix, Or, 97535

541-535-2183

Agate State Beach Trailer Park

1155 9th

Port Orford, Or, 97465

541-332-3031

Arizona Beach RV Park

36939 Highway 101

Port Orford, Or, 97465

541-332-6491

Camp Blanco RV Park

2011 Oregon

Port Orford, Or, 97465

541-332-6175

Elk River Camp Ground

93363 Elk River Rd

Port Orford, Or, 97465

541-332-2255

Evergreen Trailer Park

839 Coast Guard Rd

Port Orford, Or, 97465

541-332-5942

Madrona 101 RV

463 Madrona St

Port Orford, Or, 97465

541-332-4025

Port Orford RV Village

N/A

Port Orford, Or, 97465

541-332-1041

Portland Meadows RV Park

222 Ne Gertz Rd

Portland, Or, 97211

503-285-1617

Jantzen Beach RV Park

1503 N Hayden Island Dr

Portland, Or, 97217

503-289-7626

Lerose RV Park

18040 Sw Lower Boones Ferry Rd

Portland, Or, 97224

503-639-1501

Reeder Beach RV Park

26048 Nw Reeder Rd

Portland, Or, 97231

503-621-3098

Sauvie Cove Store & RV Park

31421 Nw Reeder Rd

Portland, Or, 97231

503-621-9741

Southgate Mobilhome & RV Park

7911 Se 82nd Ave

Portland, Or, 97266

503-771-5262

Town & Country Mobile Estates

9911 Se 82nd Ave

Portland, Or, 97266

503-771-1040

Crook County RV Park

1040 S Main St

Prineville, Or, 97754

541-447-2599

Crystal Corral Park

226700 Crystal Corral

Prineville, Or, 97754

541-447-5932

Lakeshore RV Park & Store

226900 E Highway 26

Prineville, Or, 97754

541-447-6059

Sun Rocks RV Park & Cmpgrnds

14900 S Juniper Canyon Rd

Prineville, Or, 97754

541-447-6540

Green Acres RV Park

7777 S Highway 97

Redmond, Or, 97756

541-923-0868

Highway 97 RV Park

351 Nw Maple Ave

Redmond, Or, 97756

541-548-4157

Coho RV Park & Marina

1580 Winchester Ave

Reedsport, Or, 97467

541-271-5411

Fishermans Trailer Court

N/A

Reedsport, Or, 97467

541-271-3536

Loon Lake Lodge & RV Resort

9011 Loon Lake Road

Reedsport, Or, 97467

541-599-2244

Salmon Harbor Trailer RV Park

75325 Us Highway 101

Reedsport, Or, 97467

541-271-2791

Surfwood Campground

75381 Us Highway 101

Reedsport, Or, 97467

541-271-4020

Umpqua Trailer Court

1090 Broadway Ave

Reedsport, Or, 97467

541-271-3011

Shorewood Travel Trailer Village

17600 Ocean Blvd

Rockaway Beach, Or, 97136

503-355-2278

Rivers Twin Vacation Park

433 River Forks Park Rd

Roseburg, Or, 97470

541-673-3811

Salem RV Park

4490 Silverton Rd Ne

Salem, Or, 97305

503-364-5490

Circle Creek Campground

N/A

Seaside, Or, 97138

503-738-6070

M H Venice & RV Park

1032 24th Ave

Seaside, Or, 97138

503-738-8851

Truckes Necanicum River RV Park

1921 S Highway 101

Seaside, Or, 97138

503-738-8863

Shady Trails RV Park & Cmpgrnd

1 Meadow Ln

Shady Cove, Or, 97539

541-878-2206

Circle K RV Park

68656 Highway 20 E

Sisters, Or, 97759

541-549-3861

Mountain Shawdow RV Park

540 Highway 20 W

Sisters, Or, 97759

541-549-7275

Wandamere Campground

97 Se 148th St

South Beach, Or, 97366

541-867-4825

Whalers Rest At Lost Creek RV

50 Se 123rd St

South Beach, Or, 97366

541-867-3100

Stanfield RV Park

355 S Main St

Stanfield, Or, 97875

541-449-8784

Hi Way Haven RV Park

609 Fort Mckay Rd

Sutherlin, Or, 97479

541-459-4557

Oregon RV Roundup

405 Valley View Rd

Talent, Or, 97540

541-535-6632

Crooked River Ranch

N/A

Terrebonne, Or, 97760

541-923-1441

Bay City RV Park

7930 Alderbrook Rd

Tillamook, Or, 97141

503-377-2124

Big Barn Marina & RV Park

85 3rd St

Tillamook, Or, 97141

503-842-8596

Pleasant Valley RV Park

11880 Highway 101 S

Tillamook, Or, 97141

503-842-4779

Wilson River RV Park

11300 Wilson River Hwy

Tillamook, Or, 97141

503-842-2750

RV Tiller Park

N/A

Tiller, Or, 97484

541-825-3789

Sea Ranch RV Park

Highway 101

Tolovana Park, Or, 97145

503-436-2815

Bear Mountain RV Park

27301 Highway 62

Trail, Or, 97541

541-878-2400

Columbia Gorge RV Village

633 E Historic Columbia River

Troutdale, Or, 97060

503-665-6722

Portland Fairview RV Park

21401 Ne Sandy Blvd

Troutdale, Or, 97060

503-661-1047

Roamers Rest RV Park

17585 Sw Pacific Hwy

Tualatin, Or, 97062

503-692-6350

Trailer Park Of Portland

6645 Sw Nyberg Rd

Tualatin, Or, 97062

503-692-0225

Glen Forest Resort Ltd

8372 Enchanted Way Se

Turner, Or, 97392

503-363-7616

Meadowbrook RV Park & Store

N/A

Ukiah, Or, 97880

541-421-3104

Prospector RV Trailer Park

511 11th St

Vale, Or, 97918

541-473-3879

Rock Creek RV Camping Park

488 A St

Vernonia, Or, 97064

503-429-1995

Alsea Bay RV Park

1330 Sw Pacific Coast Hwy

Waldport, Or, 97394

541-563-2250

Chinook RV Park

3299 Alsea Hwy

Waldport, Or, 97394

541-563-3485

Drift Creek Landing

3851 Alsea Hwy

Waldport, Or, 97394

541-563-3610

Fishin Hole Trailer Park & Mrna

3911 Alsea Hwy

Waldport, Or, 97394

541-563-3401

Kampers West Kampground

1140 Nw Warrenton Dr

Warrenton, Or, 97146

503-861-1814

Kampers West Kampground

1140 Nw Warrenton Dr

Warrenton, Or, 97146

503-861-1814

Sunset Lake RV & Mbl Home Park

Rr 1

Warrenton, Or, 97146

503-861-1760

Caseys Riverside RV Park

46443 Westfir Road

Westfir, Or, 97492

541-782-1906

Koa Grants Pass/Redwood Hwy

13370 Redwood Hwy

Wilderville, Or, 97543

541-476-6508

Rivers Edge RV Park

25620 Yamhill River Rd

Willamina, Or, 97396

503-876-3444

Pheasant Ridge RV Park

8275 Sw Elligsen Rd

Wilsonville, Or, 97070

503-682-7829

Umpqua Safari RV Park & Cmpgrnd

511 Ne Main

Winston, Or, 97496

541-679-6328

Koa Grants Pass Sunny Valley

I 5 Exit #-71

Wolf Creek, Or, 97497

541-479-0209

Woodburn I 5 RV Park

115 Arney Rd Ne

Woodburn, Or, 97071

503-981-0002

Yamhill Vineyards Bed & Breakfast

Yamhill Vineyards Bed & Breakfast A peaceful area to watch a sunset, listen to the birds and enjoy the country quiet. The Great Room has spectacular views, a spiral staircase, vaulted ceilings, a rock alcove which hosts a wood stove, reclining chairs, TV and VCR. On our hot summer days, you will enjoy our air conditioned home.  

 

Oregon State Parks
Thanks to the Oregon State Dept. of Recreation (state parks) website for this info and these great links to Oregon State Parks:
Some of this info could be dated and is always subject to change so always CLICK HERE to check with the official Oregon State website.

 

State Parks On The Central Coast Of
Oregon And The Pacific Ocean

Darlingtonia State Natural Site   
Darlingtonia State Natural Site is the only Oregon state park property dedicated to the protection of a single plant species. Concurrently, the plants it protects are the only carnivorous flora in
Governor Patterson Memorial State Recreation Site   
Governor Patterson State Park is a beachcomberís delight.  miles of flat, sandy beach and just a short hike from the mouth of Alsea Bay where you can windsurf, crab, or just watch the seals. Excellent
Beachside State Recreation Site   
A few miles south of Waldport and north of Yachats on the central coast, this small, exquisite destination campground is right along side miles of broad, sandy beach that makes the park perfect for
Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park   
Washburne is located on the east side of Highway 101 with a buffer of native plants between you and the highway. The campsites are spacious. There are several trails of varying difficulty leading from
Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint   
Heceta Head State Park (which includes Devils Elbow State Park) is located in a cove at the mouth of Cape Creek. There are picnic tables sheltered from the wind and a great view of the ocean. A short
Muriel O. Ponsler Memorial State Scenic Viewpoint   
Picnicking with whale watching, beachcombing and a view of the beach. There are approximately five miles of sandy beach with China Creek to the south of the park.Vital statsThere
Neptune State Scenic Viewpoint   
Benches set on a cliff above the beach give you an excellent view of Cumming Creek, wildlife and the rock-pounding waves. From this location, you can watch for whales, see a variety of birds, sea lions
Smelt Sands State Recreation Site   
An excellent whale watching and photography viewpoint. Walk the historic 804 Trail (.75 miles one-way with resting benches scattered along the way). The park is known for tidepooling, rock fishing
Tokatee Klootchman State Natural Site   
Stonefield Beach State Recreation Site   
Stonefield has easy beach access. Tenmile Creek is just to the north. A great place to sit in the sun and watch for whales.Vital statsThere is no fee to use this park. For information,
W. B. Nelson State Recreation Site   
W.B. Nelson provides a small freshwater lake and fishing dock. Bass and stocked pan-sized trout are the most common fish. The area is known for abundant waterfowl. Adjacent to the Alsea River, thereís
Yachats Ocean Road State Natural Site   
South of Yachats, the road makes a one-mile loop, exposing one of the most scenic viewpoints on the coast: the Yachats Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Park along the loop and enjoy access to the beach,
Yachats State Recreation Area   
In the heart of Yachats, turn west on 2nd Street. The road makes a small loop, offering a serene view of the Yachats river as it meets the Pacific Ocean. Park and see the wild waves and gray whale
Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park   
Situated half way up the Oregon coast and three miles south of Florence on scenic Highway 101 is the second largest overnight camp in the state. There are two miles of sand dunes between the park and
Alsea Bay Historic Interpretive Center   
The Historic Alsea Bay Bridge Interpretive Center in Waldport was constructed by the Oregon Department of Transportation as part of the bridge replacement project. It's operated by the Oregon Parks
Driftwood Beach State Recreation Site   
Driftwood Beach State Wayside provides access to the ocean and picnic facilities scattered among the shore pine. The area offers a wide, flat, sandy beach. A great place for beachcombing and enjoying
Lost Creek State Recreation Site   
Lost Creek State Park is located seven miles south of Newport, Oregon. The park is developed for picnicking and beach access. Great for beachcombing, whale watching and incredible sunsets.Vital
Ona Beach State Park   
Ona Beach State Park is located 8 miles south of Newport, Oregon. The park is a fine, forested ocean flat now developed for extensive daytime shore use. Easy access for beachcombing and great for large
Seal Rock State Recreation Site   
Seal Rock State Wayside has large off-shore rock formations which are the habitat of seals, sea lions, sea birds and other marine life. The wayside includes interesting tidepools as well as excellent
Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site   
Yaquina Bay State Park is located in Newport at the north end of Yaquina Bay near its outlet to the Pacific Ocean. The bluff is forested with spruce and pine, but the real star is the historic lighthouse.
South Beach State Park   
South Beach State Park and the surrounding areas offer a variety of recreational opportunities.One of the most exciting additions to the program at South Beach: kayak tours. Folks who register
Agate Beach State Recreation Site   
Diggers, this park's for you! Also known as a surfers paradise, if you plan to visit prime Newport attractions like the Oregon Coast Aquarium and Hatfield Marine Science Center, you must stop in for
Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint   
A miraculous and rugged, basalt-rimmed bay, Boiler Bay is a great place to watch wild surf action on the rocky spurs. This splendid panoramic viewpoint presents a good opportunity to see migrating
D River State Recreation Site   
The shortest river in the world, D River flows a mere 120 feet from Devils Lake into the roaring ocean. The park is right off the highway with easy access to a busy -- and reliably windy --beach. D
Devils Lake State Recreation Area   
With downtown Lincoln City mere minutes away, you can glide quietly by canoe or kayak on the lake while you watch for coots, loons, ducks, cormorants, bald eagles, and grebes. As the only Oregon coast
Devils Punch Bowl State Natural Area   
Surfers and surf watchers energize this area! During winter storms, water from the restless ocean slams with a thundering roar into a hollow rock formation shaped like a huge punch bowl. The surf churns,
Ellmaker State Wayside   
On the highway between Newport and Corvallis, this land works equally well as a highway rest stop and tree preserve. Fruit trees are still found on the south side. Four picnic tables border a spacious,
Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area   
Where the creek and ocean meet, youíll find ingredients that make the spirit soar. Discover this parkís perfect wind-sheltered picnic areas. In case of rain, head for the covered picnic shelter. Walk
Gleneden Beach State Recreation Site   
It's not your imagination  those really are seal heads peering at you from the surf! A short paved trail descends from the parking and picnic area through the shore pine forest to a soft sand beach
H.B. Van Duzer Forest State Scenic Corridor   
Enjoy your drive through this scenic corridor surrounding Highway 18. Along the way, there's a place to pull off, stretch your legs and enjoy a spot of lunch amid a captivating ancient forest. If the
Neskowin Beach State Recreation Site   
The long beach and Cascade headland are delightfully pristine. In the town of Neskowin, youíll find a general store, restaurant and two golf courses amid the posh cottages. A bit north, you can canoe
Otter Crest State Scenic Viewpoint   
Soak in the view from 500' above the ocean on the breathtaking crescent sweep of white sandy beach stretching to the south. Cape Foulweather is stunning and inspirational with its picturesque promontory.
Roads End State Recreation Site   
A fine place for a romantic stroll with tidepools, islands, and the headland with its hidden cove. Sailboarders come from everywhere! When Lincoln Cityís beaches are crowded or windy, this sheltered
Beverly Beach State Park   
Beverly Beach is popular for a reason! Like magic, a well-known walkway goes under the highway and emerges to the long expanse of sandy beach extending from Yaquina Head (you can see the lighthouse
South Jetty (South Beach)   
Adjacent to South Beach State Park, South Jetty offers horse access to the beach, fishing, clamming, surfing, scuba diving and (for the advanced) windsurfing when conditions permit.Vital

Oregon State Parks In Central Oregon

The Cove Palisades State Park   
The Cove Palisades State Park is a year-round recreational destination for the entire family. Located in our high desert region, the weather is sunny and warm in the summer months and chilly but generally
Jasper Point (Prineville Reservoir)   
Need a place to play? Where you can enjoy nature viewing at its finest? This is a place where those weary of hectic schedules and jangling telephones can find peace, a place where life can be pondered
Prineville Reservoir State Park   
Need a place to play? Where you can enjoy nature viewing at its finest? This is a place where those weary of hectic schedules and jangling telephones can find peace, a place where life can be pondered
Heritage Landing (Deschutes)   
Heritage Landing is a popular jetboaters launch. It provides access to the Deschutes and Columbia Rivers. This is where river guides meet their clients, families gather to head out onto the Columbia
White River Falls State Park   
One of Oregon's secret hideaways is located just east of Tygh Valley along Highway 216. The White River plunges 90í over a basalt shelf. The park offers excellent viewpoints of the White River falls.
Deschutes River State Recreation Area   
The Deschutes River State Recreation Area is a tree-shaded, overnight oasis for campers. The sparkle-laden, swift, green rush of the Deschutes converges with the Columbia here, and there's no better
Cline Falls State Scenic Viewpoint   
On the banks of the Deschutes River lies a quaint rest area that provides plenty of shade for picnickers. An ideal place to stop for a break, lunch or simply to relax in the warm sun. The park provides
LaPine State Park   
If you want to immerse yourself in a subalpine pine forest where the air has that high-Cascades tang; to stay in a clean, quiet campground next to a twisting, cold river brimming with trout (and a
Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint   
Note: The Pilot Butte summit road is closed to vehicle traffic until spring 2006. Come and explore an old cinder cone located just east of Bend. Hike up and around on one of three
Tumalo State Park   
Nestled in the heart of sunny central Oregon, Tumalo rests along Oregon's spectacular Deschutes River. The campground is simultaneously close enough to the town of Bend to make an quick jaunt to the
Peter Skene Ogden State Scenic Viewpoint   
If you enjoy vertical basalt cliffs and scenic river canyons, the Ogden Wayside is for you. The park is perched at the top of a striking canyon. Bring a camera!Vital statsThere is
Smith Rock State Park   
If you enjoy scenic views of deep river canyons or rock climbing, Smith Rock State Park is the place for you. There are several thousand climbs in the park. More than a thousand are bolted routes.

Oregon State Parks In The Columbia Gorge

Ainsworth State Park   
Nestled in the awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge, Ainsworth is equal parts waterfall wonderland, hiker's playground and camper's delight. Situated at the eastern end of Historic Highway 30,
Benson State Recreation Area   
Simon Benson was a lumber magnate, philanthropist, and one of the principal promoters of the Historic Columbia River Gorge Highway. Located one mile west of Multnomah Falls on I-84 at milepost 30 (eastbound
Bridal Veil Falls State Scenic Viewpoint   
Bridal Veil Falls State Park is located near milepost 28 on the Historic Columbia River Scenic Highway and is accessed off I-84 at Exit 28.Travel west on the Historic Columbia River Highway
Crown Point State Scenic Corridor   
Millions of visitors driving from Portland through the Columbia River Gorge don't realize the full impact of its beauty until they come around the bend near Corbett at exit 22 and see the famous
Dabney State Recreation Area   
The classic summer place, Dabney has been a popular cooling-off swimming and picnic spot for over 50 years. It's easy to see why when you visit. The lower, older part of the park at the west end features
George W. Joseph State Natural Area   
Access to George Joseph State Park is possible by using the trail from Latourell Falls and Guy Talbot State Park. A trail leads from the parking lot to the top of lower Latourell Falls. Beyond this
Guy W. Talbot State Park   
Guy Webster Talbot and his family used this property as a summer estate until 1929 when they donated it to the state. Today, it's a beautiful picnic park. A modern picnic shelter is available for rent
Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail   
Where motorists on old U.S. Highway 30 once crept around curves high along the cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge, hikers, bicyclists and users of other muscle-driven forms of transportation leisurely
John B. Yeon State Scenic Corridor   
John B. Yeon Scenic Corridor honors a man who gave generously of his time and professional skills. He was one of the principal architects of the Historic Columbia River Highway (US 30); a major
Koberg Beach State Recreation Site   
Once upon a time -- from about 1915 to about 1950 -- a giant wonderful dance hall and outdoor resort existed at Koberg Beach. When the town of Hood River wanted to cool off or go ballroom dancing to
Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site   
Located at the western gateway of the Columbia River Gorge, Lewis & Clark State Park appropriately honors its legendary namesakes who camped and explored here in November, 1805. The park is situated
Mayer State Park   
If you need an open invitation to go explore a peaceful tree-lined lake in the summertime, consider yourself invited. Go see lower Mayer State Park from the top of Rowena Crest and soak in a view of
Memaloose State Park   
The Chinook Indian tribes of the Columbia Gorge used to lay the bones of their dead on open pyres on Memaloose Island in the middle of the Columbia River near The Dalles. A granite monument visible
Portland Women's Forum State Scenic Viewpoint   
The view is absolutely breathtaking and itís one of the best spots to soak in a view of one of the most beautiful places on earth: the magnificent, awesome Columbia River Gorge. Any visit to the Gorge
Seneca Fouts Memorial State Natural Area   
This would be a great place for a convention if you were a bighorn sheep. In other words, the terrain is rocky, mountainous, desolate and beautiful. This is the third leg of state parks joined together
Shepperd's Dell State Natural Area   
In 1915, a local dairy farmer named George Shepperd gave all that he had (this tract of land) to the City of Portland as a memorial to his wife. Today, thousands of visitors along the Historic Columbia
Starvation Creek State Park   
Zooming down Interstate 84 eastbound, you might very well miss this tiny park. Nestled at the base of the sheer walls of the Columbia Gorge, Starvation Creek is much more than it appears. Recently
Viento State Park   
Appropriately enough for a park in the blustery Columbia River Gorge, the park's name, pronounced vee-EN-toe, is Spanish for wind. Just an odd coincidence, actually. In this case, the Viento
Vinzenz Lausmann Memorial State Natural Area   
The family of Vinzenz Lausmann gave 126 acres of rugged scenic land to the State of Oregon in his memory. This park adjoins two other state parks tract near Mitchell Point located about 5 miles west
Wygant State Natural Area   
The Wygant trail -- six miles west of Hood River -- was a gift to Oregon honoring the memory of the Wygant family. This park adjoins two other state parks near Mitchell Point 5 miles west of Hood River
Rooster Rock State Park   
Spring at Rooster Rock is where spring fever happens. Imagine the first warm, sunny days of spring where meadows of wild roses and the spicy scent of Oregon grape combine with an endless panorama

Oregon State Parks In Eastern Oregon

Goose Lake State Recreation Area   
Goose Lake State Recreation Area is a green and shady lakeside destination of wildlife and wildlife watchers almost on the Oregon-California border. Its grassy expanse also makes it an inviting place
Frenchglen Hotel State Heritage Site   
Frenchglen Hotel is a small slice of peace and quiet in southeastern Oregon at the gateway to the mighty Steens Mountains. Offering rooms for rent, the accommodations are rustic and the food is excellent.You
Ontario State Recreation Site   
Ontario State Recreation Site is a restful day-use park situated on the west bank of the historic Snake River just north of Ontario, Oregon. Green grass, clean grounds, and modern restrooms greet visitors
Farewell Bend State Recreation Area   
Historic Farewell Bend State Recreation Area, located on the Oregon/Idaho border north of Ontario, offers a beautiful desert experience on the banks of the Snake Riverís Brownlee Reservoir. Pioneers
Kam Wah Chung State Heritage Site   
Kam Wah Chung Museum is a must-see for anyone with an interest in Oregon history. Built to preserve the legacy of the Chinese workforce in Oregon, the museum contains artifacts and displays that share
Unity Forest State Scenic Corridor   
Unity Forest State Scenic Corridor is home to a wide variety of wildlife. Elk, mule deer, antelope, cougar, bobcat and black bear can be seen along this stretch. The forest is heavily treed with ponderosa
Unity Lake State Recreation Site   
The high desert surroundings of this park offer a unique experience to its guests. The fragrant smell of juniper lingers in the air and thrills the senses. The cool grass of the park is a vibrant contrast
Clyde Holliday State Recreation Site   
Think of Clyde Holliday State Recreation Site as an oasis. Its tall, willowy cottonwood trees provide shade and serenity. Each campsite is clothed with a variety of trees and other plants to give you
Succor Creek State Natural Area   
Note: The Succor Creek Bridge in Succor Creek State Natural Area is closed to all motor vehicles, including all-terrain vehicles. Pedestrians are allowed to cross into the east side of the park. Six
Lake Owyhee State Park   
Lake Owyhee State Park lies next to a 53-mile-long lake formed by Owyhee Dam. Breathtaking views of the Owyhee Mountains await. A boat trip up the lake (we sell fuel, ice, and food to help you
Catherine Creek State Park   
Tranquil, crystal-clear waters and towering ponderosa pines frame the landscape at Catherine Creek State Park. Cradled in a canyon created by the creek, the park provides visitors a cool, quiet and
Hat Rock State Park   
Hat Rock State Park, located off U.S. Highway 730 nine miles east of Umatilla, lies on the south shore of Lake Wallula behind McNary Dam on the Columbia River. Hat Rock was the first distinctive landmark
Hilgard Junction State Park   
Hilgard Junction State Park is next to Interstate 84 at its intersection with Highway 244 near the Grande Ronde River. The park offers camping and daytime activities amongst the cottonwood and ponderosa
Red Bridge State Wayside   
Red Bridge State Wayside lies along Oregon Highway 244 and offers visitors overnight camping and daytime opportunities. Situated along the banks of the Grande Ronde River, the park is forested with
Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor   
Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor along Highway 395 follows the North Fork of the John Day River and Camas Creek. Winding through a stately ponderosa pine, Douglas fir and western larch forest
Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area   
Perched near the summit of the Blue Mountains, Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area offers visitors an opportunity to camp and explore a popular pioneer stop over along the Oregon Trail. The park is
Wallowa Lake Highway Forest State Scenic Corridor   
This day-use site is located along the Wallowa River and is a popular fishing and wildlife viewing area. Steelhead fishing is good during the spring and fall. The canyon rises steeply on both sides
Wallowa River Rest Area   
This rest area is located in a canyon alongside the Wallowa River. Fishing is the activity of choice in the clear, cool medium-sized river. There is abundant wildlife on the pine and fir tree-laden
Minam State Recreation Area   
This park is located in a remote steep valley. Large pine trees dominate the landscape. The picturesque Wallowa River flows through the park and is noted for its fishing and rafting. Steelhead fishing
Wallowa Lake State Park   
If you're interested in a campground surrounded on three sides by 9,000' tall snow-capped mountains and a large, clear lake, this is the area for you. The lake is a popular fishing and boating site.
Fort Rock State Natural Area   
Like a desert mirage, this monolith rises huge out of the barren, immense flatness of Oregonís high desert. An enormous near-circle of towering jagged rock walls make it seem like a fort. Hike around
Booth State Scenic Corridor   
Picnic under a stand of old-growth ponderosa pine. You'll find all the conveniences: picnic tables, drinking water and modern restrooms. The mixed forest which borders the highway (through an area
Chandler State Wayside   
Take a break from the open road and pull into this uncharacteristically wooded area. Have a spot of lunch alongside a cool stream or rest in the shade of large ponderosa pine. The park has picnic tables,
Fort Rock Cave   
The Fort Rock Basin has served as a vital part of the Native American lifestyle. Fort Rock Cave is near Fort Rock State Natural Area, and is the site of an archaeological
Blue Mountain Forest State Scenic Corridor   
Blue Mountain Forest State Scenic Corridor lies along the Old Oregon Trail Highway between Deadman's Pass and Spring Creek. The corridor protects one of the few examples of mature evergreen forests
Battle Mountain Forest State Scenic Corridor   
Battle Mountain Forest State Scenic Corridor -- located on U.S. 395 nine miles north of Ukiah -- was purchased to protect the forest of ponderosa pine, larch, Douglas fir and spruce. It provides
Sumpter Valley Dredge State Heritage Area   
The Sumpter Valley Dredge is nestled at the base of the majestic granite peaks of the Elkhorn Mountain Range. The Powder River is born deep within the range and picks up speed as it spills down the

Oregon State Parks On The North Coast
Of Oregon And The Pacific Ocean

Bradley State Scenic Viewpoint   
This park was one of the first parcels donated as park land to the Oregon Highway Commission in 1922. One of the few rest stops along Highway 30, youíll find a restroom, monument, and a wondrous Douglas
Del Rey Beach State Recreation Site   
The ocean is a just a short walk from Del Reyís quiet, secluded parking area. If ever there was a place to play, fly a kite, build a sandcastle or picnic, this is it. The sunsets can be spectacular,
Fort Stevens State Park   
Click here for a renovation updateFort Stevens was the primary military defense installation in the three fort Harbor Defense System at the mouth of the
Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area   
Cape Kiwanda is part of the Three Capes Scenic Route (along with Cape Meares and Cape Lookout). Kiwanda is the smallest of the three, but itís one of the best places to experience spectacular wave
Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint   
A must-see when driving the Three Capes Scenic route, Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint is situated on a headland 200 feet above the ocean. Cape Lookout and Cape Kiwanda are the other two capes on
Oceanside Beach State Recreation Site   
Located in the center of the community of Oceanside, this park offers some of the best agate hunting during the winter season when the sand is stripped away by ocean currents. During the summer season,
Bob Straub State Park   
This park is located in Pacific City and provides beach access, parking, and restrooms. It's a nice place to go for a walk on the beach and explore the Nestucca sand spit. The Nestucca River is legendary
Cape Lookout State Park   
Cape Lookout State Park can be reached by traveling an hour and a half west of Portland through the scenic Wilson River pass. Along the way, stop and enjoy waterfalls, scenic views and some great
Arcadia Beach State Recreation Site   
A shady spot, just off of the highway and a few feet from the sandy ocean beach. Take a lunch break on your way north or south on Highway 101. Kick off your shoes and leave them in the car  youíll
Ecola State Park   
One of Ecola State Parkís first attractions was a beached whale. In 1806, Capt. William Clark and twelve members of the Corps of Discovery climbed over rocky headlands and fought their way through
Hug Point State Recreation Site   
Just south of Cannon Beach, this little wayside gives you easy access to the beach and a peek at some interesting history. Imagine travelling by stagecoach along the beach (before the highway was
Manhattan Beach State Recreation Site   
Youíll find this day-use park just off of Highway 101 north of Rockaway. Picnic tables are nestled into small cul-de-sacs surrounded by shore pine to provide a break from the wind. After a leisurely
Oswald West State Park   
Step out of your vehicle and into a place with natural beauty that truly inspires. Just a quarter mile from any of the parking areas to the beach, yet the rigors of everyday life are stripped away
Saddle Mountain State Natural Area   
Two and a half miles. That's all it is from the parking lot (elev. 1,650') to the summit of Saddle Mountain (elev. 3,283'). Be prepared to marvel at the sheer volume of natural beauty packed onto
Tolovana Beach State Recreation Site   
After a long day of shopping in Cannon Beachís boutiques, head for the heart of the city: Tolovana Wayside. Just a few steps down from the parking lot, youíre on the beach with a spectacular view of
Nehalem Bay State Park   
Imagine waking up to the song of the seagull, spending your afternoon on a kayak trip around Nehalem Bay, then taking a short walk over the dunes to the beach. There you'll sit with a blanket and watch
Clay Myers State Natural Area at Whalen Island   
The Clay Myers State Natural Area at Whalen Island is a remarkable place. A virtually untouched coastal estaurine ecosystem, it is bounded by the Sand Creek estuary. This is critically valuable habitat
Munson Creek State Natural Site   
The park is home to ancient western red cedar and Sitka spruce. A relic of an ancient rainforest, the world's second-tallest spruce -- at 260' tall and 8' in diameter -- lives here. Also an important

State Parks Near Portland, Oregon

Bonnie Lure State Recreation Area   
If you want to get off the beaten path, Bonnie Lure State Park along Eagle Creek provides a refreshing getaway. You may catch a rare glimpse of a pileated woodpecker or hook an elusive steelhead trout
Mary S. Young State Recreation Area   
Mary S. Young Park is owned by Oregon State Parks, and operated through cooperative agreement with the City of West Linn. For further information please contact the City of West Linn Parks and
Milo McIver State Park   
Situated along the scenic Clackamas River, McIver State Park is only 45 minutes away from Portland. This beautiful park provides a variety of outstanding recreational opportunities. Within this
Tryon Creek State Natural Area   
Note: The High Bridge connecting the North and West horse loops is closed to horses until further notice. The bridge remains open to hikers. Nearby state parks with riding areas include Milo
Banks-Vernonia State Trail   
Stop. Look. Listen. Not for the train  it doesn't whistle along this old, abandoned, 21-mile railroad anymore. Listen to the rustling wind, birds and trickling streams. Stop at Manning. Stop at
Government Island State Recreation Area   
Access to Government Island (in the Columbia River northeast of Portland) is by boat only. There are two docks and a floating tie-up on the north side of the island. With 15 miles of shoreline
Willamette Stone State Heritage Site   
Every bit of Oregon (and the United States, for that matter), is divided into a grid. At several places across the nation, the government established a land survey starting point (called a meridian)

State Parks In Southern Oregon

Casey State Recreation Site   
Picture yourself reeling in a salmon, steelhead or trout at Casey State Park. Cradled in the arms of the wild and scenic Rogue River, bring your family and have a picnic on the lush, tree-ringed lawns
Prospect State Scenic Viewpoint   
Beautiful, quiet secluded forest area with picnic tables and a hiking trail leading to Pearsony Falls, the Rogue River and Mill Creek Falls. No drinking water at this site.
Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area   
Picture yourself in a campsite overlooking Lost Creek Reservoir with wildlife, large conifer trees, and mountains surrounding you. Take a hike or bike ride on our 11-mile trail system, through the
Illinois River Forks State Park   
Heading to or from the Oregon coast or the giant redwoods on Hwy. 199, you may want to stop for a picnic at this day-use park. Located at the confluence of the east and west forks of the Illinois
TouVelle State Recreation Site   
This is a beautiful day-use park located on the bank of the Rogue River and at the foot of the geologically prominent Table Rocks. You can fish, swim, hike, watch wildlife and experience nature at
Tub Springs State Wayside   
In 1846, a wagon train led by Jesse Applegate traversed southern Oregon along what became known as the Applegate Trail. Tub Springs Wayside is one of the stopping points before you head down the mountain
Wolf Creek Inn State Heritage Site   
Imagine yourself as a traveler along a section of the Applegate Trail in the late 1800s. You have just arrived by stage coach at the Wolf Creek Inn. This is a long-sought-after refuge from a not-so-comfortable
Valley of the Rogue State Park   
A pleasant green oasis awaits you in southern Oregon's Rogue Valley. Valley of the Rogue Park has both a day-use picnic area and an overnight campground along three miles of shoreline on the Rogue
Collier Memorial State Park   
Collier Memorial State Park features a campground; outdoor museum of historic logging equipment; relocated pioneer village; and a new four-corral, primitive horse camp and trailhead. At the state's
Jackson F. Kimball State Recreation Site   
J. F. Kimball State Park is a pristine site located at the headwaters of the Wood River. This stream flows from the pine forest into open meadow land laced with picturesque quaking aspen surrounded
OC&E Woods Line State Trail   
Welcome to the OC&E Woods Line State Trail Ė Oregon's longest linear park! This 100-mile, rail-to-trail conversion is built on the old railbed of the Oregon, California, and Eastern Railroad. The

State Parks On The Southern Coast Of Oregon
And The Pacific Ocean

Geisel Monument State Heritage Site   
Within this historic site of a Rogue Indian war skirmish, the park contains the grave sites of the Geisel family. It is a peaceful, secluded picnic area to enjoy, while traveling along Highway 101.Vital
Humbug Mountain State Park   
The park and campground are dominated by Humbug Mountain (elevation 1,756 feet) and surrounded by forested hills. The campground enjoys some of the warmest weather on the Oregon coast as the surrounding
Otter Point State Recreation Site   
Excellent walking and hiking trails overlooking pristine beaches and unusual sandstone rock formations sculpted by wind and waves.Vital statsSingle-lane gravel road entrance and
Paradise Point State Recreation Site   
A parking area with an expansive coastal vista stretching from Port Orford Heads to Orfords offshore reef and distant Cape Blanco and the lighthouse there. The beach is great for beachcombing; itís
Port Orford Heads State Park   
The Port Orford Lifeboat Station was constructed in 1934 by the Coast Guard to provide lifesaving service to the southern portion of the Oregon Coast until 1970. A museum, operated by the Point Orford
Cape Blanco State Park   
Use our extra-large, private, sheltered campsites as your base of operations while you enjoy the lighthouse and historic Hughes House tours.The lighthouse and historic home are open from
Bandon State Natural Area   
Bandon awaits the beachcomber, the explorer, the artist and the dreamer. Located along Bandon's Beach Loop Road, there are several locations with beach access, picnicking and unsurpassed views. Parking
Coquille Myrtle Grove State Natural Site   
Coquille Myrtle Grove will bring out the Huckleberry Finn in you. Located along the Powers Highway, this secluded swimming hole has a shaded myrtlewood grove near the parking area and a sandy beach
Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint   
There is an American Indian legend about this spot. Some say they hear a maiden's voice on the wind, and standing on the cliff overlooking the ocean you can easily pick out the face on Face Rock. There
Hoffman Memorial State Wayside   
Hoffman Memorial Myrtle Grove is a shaded glen canopied with spectacular myrtlewood trees. Interpretive signing accompanies a self-guided tour brochure designed to help you experience this cool respite
Seven Devils State Recreation Site   
Seven Devils Wayside is the jumping-off point for sandy beach adventure. At this access point, you can travel several miles up and down the open beach. Agates are often the beachcombing goal of visitors
Bullards Beach State Park   
Bullards Beach is a large, family-oriented park located just two miles north of Bandon. The campground is nestled among shore pines and well protected from the strong ocean breezes. Besides three loops
Alfred A. Loeb State Park   
Your first impression of Loeb may well be the scent of the myrtlewood forest  a crisp, bay leaf aroma. The park is nestled in a grove of these lovely trees. Many of the trees in the park are well
Cape Sebastian State Scenic Corridor   
Cape Sebastian  the very name invokes images of early Spanish explorers and long journeys. The cape was named in honor of Saint Sebastian in 1603 by the Spanish navigator Sebastian Vizcaino. The
Crissey Field State Recreation Site   
This rustic park offers a place of solitude that invites introspection and wildlife viewing. Stroll along the edge of the Winchuck River estuary until it joins the Pacific Ocean. Birds abound. Harbor
McVay Rock State Recreation Site   
McVay is a well-hidden park noted for surf fishing, clamming, whale watching, and plenty of space to walk on the beach. The large lawn area is great for blanket picnics. The park is elevated above
Pistol River State Scenic Viewpoint   
Pistol River State Park is set in the dunes of the southern Oregon coast. The river supposedly got its name when a militia soldier lost his pistol in the river during the infamous Rogue River Indian
Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor   
This corridor is a 12 mile, forested linear park with a rugged, steep coastline interrupted by small sand beaches. This park was named in honor of Samuel H. Boardman, the first Oregon Parks superintendent.
Winchuck State Recreation Site   
Winchuck provides parking area and access to the Winchuck River and ocean beach for fishing, exploring, clamming, strolling, photographing seascapes and observing marine life. There is a multi-agency
Harris Beach State Park   
Harris Beach was named after the Scottish pioneer George Harris who settled here in the late 1880s to raise sheep and cattle. The park boasts the largest island off the Oregon coast. Bird Island
Cape Arago State Park   
Cape Arago may be the end of the road (the road out of Coos Bay goes no further), but it's really only the beginning if you want to explore the southern Oregon coast.
Golden and Silver Falls State Natural Area   
A hidden gem in the dense coastal forests of southwest Oregon, Golden and Silver Falls State Natural Area may be hard to find, but it's well worth the 24-mile drive from Highway 101. The small parking
Shore Acres State Park   
Perched on rugged sandstone cliffs high above the ocean, Shore Acres State Park is an exciting and unexpected combination of beautiful natural and constructed features. Once the grand estate of
William M. Tugman State Park   
Despite its close proximity to Highway 101, Tugman State Park is relatively unknown -- a private hideaway on the wondrous south coast. Situated on Eel Lake near the community of Lakeside, Tugman
Sunset Bay State Park   
Situated in one of the most scenic areas on the Oregon coast, Sunset Bay State Park features beautiful sandy beaches protected by towering sea cliffs. Only a short walk from the beach, the campground
Bolon Island Tideways State Scenic Corridor   
This park is a quiet place with a hiking trail that extends half way around the island. Lots of birds roost at the end of the trail. The trail also provides a nice view of the Umpqua River. There's
Umpqua Lighthouse State Park   
Umpqua Lighthouse State Park is located less than a mile from the famous Salmon Harbor on Winchester Bay. The campground and developed day use areas are centered around beautiful Lake Marie. Access
Umpqua State Scenic Corridor   
This small park contains a couple of picnic tables, a vault-style restroom and a short boat ramp leading into the Umpqua River. There's a small amount of room for trailer parking, but the parking

Oregon State Parks In The Willamette Valley

Alderwood State Wayside   
A forested tract along Hwy 36 west of Junction City. There's a picnic area and short trail along the Long Tom River. Bring a lunch and relax!
Elijah Bristow State Park   
Elijah Bristow State Park is located on the Willamette River, and is easily to reach via State Highway 58 southeast of the Eugene. The park was named for one of the first pioneer settlers in Lane County
Washburne State Wayside   
Resting on the border between Lane and Benton Counties, this wayside makes a great picnic spot (especially if you've decided to travel through the Willamette Valley along Hwy 99W instead of the interstate).
Maples Rest Area   
The Maples Rest Area is the only rest area between Sisters, Oregon and Salem. It is a well- maintained rest stop with large grass lawns and a pet exercise area. There is plenty of parking for every
Mongold (Detroit Lake)   
Mongold Day Use area is 1.5 miles west of Detroit Lake State Park. Itís the only public boat launch facility on the lake featuring a swimming area, grass beach, picnic facilities and restrooms. Mongold
North Santiam State Recreation Area   
North Santiam State Park plays host to some of the most beautiful riverfront in the area. It is one of the finest steelhead fishing spots on the North Santiam River. North Santiam State Park is an
Detroit Lake State Recreation Area   
Located in the Cascade Mountains, Detroit Lake State Park is the gateway to beautiful Detroit Lake. The 400-foot-deep lake was created in 1953 when the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers completed the Detroit
Bald Peak State Scenic Viewpoint   
Bald Peak (1,629' elev.) is located where the worlds of high-tech and rural Oregon meet. Restaurants, shops, nightlife and a fast pace abound in nearby Hillsboro. Farms, wineries, fruit stands and
Molalla River State Park   
Imagine combining a scenic drive, hiking, picnicking, fishing, boating, and wildlife viewing and a ferry ride all in one location. You can do it all at Molalla River State Park near Canby, Oregon.
Champoeg State Heritage Area   
Erratic Rock State Natural Site   
This 40-ton rock was deposited during a prehistoric flood. Other than this specimen, rocks of this type are only found in Canada. It was carried here on a iceberg during an Ice Age some 20,000 years
Holman State Wayside   
Historically, the old territorial road of the 1850's passed through this wayside enroute to Dallas and points south. A spring on the property was used as a watering hole for people and their livestock.
Maud Williamson State Recreation Site   
Maud Williamson occupies a flat edge of cultivated Willamette Valley farm land on the west side of the Salem-Dayton highway. It's covered by a fine stand of second-growth Douglas fir. The park also
Sarah Helmick State Recreation Site   
Sarah Helmick is located six miles south of Monmouth off Highway 99W. Helmick lies along the floodplain of the Luckiamute River and is forested in Douglas fir, grand fir, maple, ash, Port Orford cedar
Willamette Mission State Park   
Willamette Mission is one of the most significant and beautiful historic sites in the Willamette Valley. The park occupies land where the first mission for American Indians was founded in 1834 by the
Cascadia State Park   
The first thing that strikes you when you arrive at Cascadia is the tranquility. While the park is quite large, there are barely two dozen campsites, making this a great spot for an intimate getaway.
Silver Falls State Park   
Dec. 6, 2005 Note: A rockslide has closed the upper trail leading to the South Falls. Hikers can still reach the falls by crossing the bridge below and following the trail on the opposite side.
Fall Creek State Recreation Area   
Fall Creek Reservoir is a prime recreation area surrounded by day-use parks and a campground. Cascara campground, on the south shore near the point where Fall Creek enters the lake, is tucked
Lowell State Recreation Site   
Zipping down Highway 58 east of Eugene, you suddenly find yourself driving along side a long, skinny reservoir. In spring, summer and fall, the Dexter and Lookout Point Reservoirs are dotted with boats.
Jasper State Recreation Site   
After you visit Jasper for the first time, you might be tempted to tell all your friends about it. Go ahead. We don't mind. The park has plenty of room for games, picnics, fishing  sounds like the
Dexter State Recreation Site   
Zipping down Highway 58 east of Eugene, you'll suddenly find yourself on driving along side a long, skinny reservoir. In spring, summer and fall, the Dexter and Lookout Point Reservoirs are dotted
 

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