25 Best RV Parks in Oregon

There’s a lot to love about RV camping in Oregon.

This Pacific Northwestern state has remarkably diverse terrain, including sandy coastal beaches, soaring snowcapped mountains, lush evergreen forests, sprawling high desert, and more. Then, of course, there are popular tourist attractions like Portland, the Oregon Coast, and Crater Lake National Park to name just a few.

Needless to say, you won’t be bored while RVing in Oregon! Especially since there’s such a wide selection of excellent RV parks and campgrounds to choose from.

Here are 25 of the best RV parks in Oregon.

Index

  1. Best RV Parks
  2. Best RV Campgrounds
  3. Best Boondocking

Don’t forget to check out our guide to the best camping in Oregon!


Best RV Parks in Oregon

If you prefer RV camping with all the amenities, look no further than an Oregon RV park. Most offer spacious sites, full hookups, free Wi-Fi, and additional amenities. The best are easily accessible and convenient to nearby attractions. An RV park is especially beneficial to those with large RVs as they typically have more spacious roads and parking spots.

Here are 10 of the best RV parks in Oregon:

1.     Crater Lake RV Park

Crater Lake

# of Sites: 57

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

Crater Lake RV Park is one of the most popular RV parks in Oregon for a reason – it combines a family-friendly atmosphere with a convenient location just minutes from Crater Lake National Park.

Also known as Prospect RV Park, it’s also notable for its proximity to other top Oregon attractions, such as Cascade Gorge and Red Rock Canyon. You can even walk to the beautiful Prospect State Scenic Viewpoint from the RV park! The entire RV park is nestled in a forest of pine and cedar trees.

RVs of all sizes are welcome. All sites are flat, paved, and extra wide. There are full RV hookups and an RV dump station. Free Wi-Fi is available.

Learn more about Crater Lake RV Park.

2.     Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort

Oregon Coast Near Coos Bay Near Oceanside Beachfront RV Park in Oregon

# of Sites: 70

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort is hands down one of the best RV parks in Oregon for exploring the Oregon Coast.

Located outside of Coos Bay, a small town on the southern coast of Oregon, this Oregon RV park is right next door to Yoakam Point State Park as well as a short drive to three other state parks. It’s just minutes away is the quaint fishing village of Charleston. World-class golf courses, wine tasting, and seafood restaurants are also located in the general area.

But that’s not even the best part! Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort is, as its name implies, just steps from the ocean. Guests enjoy easy access to the private, pet-friendly beach with tide pools galore. In fact, this RV park is so close the beach that many of the sites boast fantastic views of the Pacific Ocean themselves!

Learn more about Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort.

3.     Pendleton KOA

Farm Near Pendleton Oregon

# of Sites: 111

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

Looking for a top-quality RV park in Eastern Oregon? Then look no further than Pendleton KOA.

This classic KOA campground has a wide range of RV spaces, grassy tent campsites, and rustic cabin rentals just outside the small city of Pendleton. For a special night of glamping, opt for a stay in one of their Oregon Trail covered wagons – a favorite of kids!

In addition to on-site amenities and activities, like free Wi-Fi and a community clubhouse, many visitors enjoy exploring nearby Pendleton. The annual Pendleton Round-Up, held in September each year, is a major rodeo and tourist attraction. Other popular local attractions include the famous Hamley Steakhouse (in business since 1883) and the Wildhorse Casino (free shuttle rides are available).

Learn more about Pendleton KOA.

4.     Sea & Sand RV Park

Sunset Near Sea & Sand RV Park in Oregon

# of Sites: 109

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

Sea & Sand RV Park is conveniently located just off Highway 101 near the seaside town of Depoe Bay.

Thanks to its fantastic beachside location (almost all of the campsites have ocean views thanks to the unique terraced design) and the area’s reputation as the “Whale Watching Capital of the Oregon Coast,” Sea & Sand stands out as one of the absolute best RV parks on the Oregon Coast.

In addition to oceanfront RV sites and easy beach access, guests enjoy a clean and tidy campground with friendly hosts, free Wi-Fi, and full RV hookups. Although it can be difficult to pull yourself away from the ocean views, an abundance of area attractions, such as bustling Lincoln City and Devils Punchbowl, are worth a visit.

Learn more about Sea & Sand RV Park.

5.     Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort

Horses Galloping Near Sisters Oregon

# of Sites: 102

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better RV park near Bend than the Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort.

Located just outside of the town of Sisters, this top Oregon RV Park is a short drive to the popular and touristy city of Bend as well as iconic area attractions like Smith Rock State Park, Mount Bachelor, and the Deschutes River.

When you’re not floating the Deschutes, hitting the slopes at Mount Bachelor, or having a beer at one of the many breweries in Bend, the Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort offers the perfect place to kick back and relax. Rated as the #1 RV Park in Central Oregon by the Good Sam Club, rest assured that you’ll have all the amenities you require and more, such as full hookups, free Wi-Fi, a heated swimming pool, and a dog park to name just a few.

Learn more about Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort.

6.     Waldport/Newport KOA

Seal Rock Near Waldport Oregon

# of Sites: 75

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

If you’re looking for an Oregon RV park with amazing views, look no further than the Waldport/Newport KOA.

Set on a bluff high above the stunning Alsea Bay, the incredible ocean views from many of the campsites is only part of what makes this KOA so special. Visitors also love the spacious RV sites, well-maintained facilities, and abundance of amenities, including Wi-Fi, cable TV, and bicycle rentals.

Although this is the perfect RV park to relax in your RV, we encourage you to take the short hike down to the beach. It’s a mixture of rocky coastline and sandy beach so you’re able to explore tide pools and build a sandcastle in nearly the same spot! Don’t forget to make a stop at the nearby Sea Lion Caves, notable as the largest sea lion cave in the United States!

Learn more about Waldport/Newport KOA.

7.     Grande Hot Springs RV Resort

Sunset Near Grande Hot Springs Resort Home to One of the Best RV Parks in Oregon

# of Sites: 100

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

There’s no denying that Grande Hot Springs RV Resort is one of the best RV parks in Oregon, especially in the northeast corner of the state.

Located just a few miles from La Grande, this RV park is perfect for exploring the historic downtown area as well as the nearby Blue Mountains. The entire area is rich with Oregon Trail History. In fact, the nearby Hot Lake Springs, particularly the historic Hot Lake Hotel, was a hub of activity for new settlers that found their way to the then Oregon Territory.

As for the RV park itself, expect a picturesque setting with spacious grassy pull-through sites with full hookups. The RV sites are spaced apart from each other so everyone has ample privacy. Additional amenities include Wi-Fi, a swimming pool and hot tub, and even fully-furnished yurt rentals if you desire a change of pace.

Learn more about Grande Hot Springs RV Resort.

8.     Boardman Marina & RV Park

Hat Rock Near Hermiston Oregon

# of Sites: 63

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

Boardman Marina & RV Park is a classic Oregon RV park.

Luxurious without being pretentious, this RV park has everything you need and nothing that you don’t. It’s located in the far northern reaches of the state. It’s set along the Columbia River making it the perfect overnight destination for fishing and boating – or if you just want to enjoy the pretty view of this powerful river.

The RV park itself has everything that’d you expect from one of the best in the state, including spacious RV sites, full utilities, and numerous amenities. It’s close to the Umatilla National Wildlife Refuge as well as the towns of Hermiston and Pendleton. The Tri-Cities in Washington State are also just a short drive away.

Learn more about Boardman Marina & RV Park.

9.     Sunny Valley RV Park & Campground

Hot Air Balloons Near Grants Pass RV Park in Oregon

# of Sites: 82

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: March 1 – October 31

Guests at Sunny Valley RV Park & Campground rave about its gorgeous park-like setting.

Situated in a shady grove of trees just off I-5, this Oregon RV park is one of the best places to pull off for an overnight stop near Grants Pass. In fact, it’s about halfway in between the larger cities of Medford and Roseburg. Many people flock here each year for the excellent hiking, hunting, and fishing in the general vicinity.

Everything about Sunny Valley RV Park is family friendly. The overall atmosphere is warm and inviting with attentive and professional hosts. There is a mix of RV spaces (with full hookups), tent camping sites, and even cabin rentals. Your kids will enjoy the playground, lawn games, and the swimming pool.

Learn more about Sunny Valley RV Park & Campground.

10.  Crystal Crane Hot Springs

Sunflowers in Burns Oregon

# of Sites: 18

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

For a truly unique Oregon RV camping experience, you just have to stay at Crystal Crane Hot Springs.

Located in a remote part of Eastern Oregon, this RV park is perfect for those that demand privacy and solitude. About 25 miles from the small town of Burns, guests are able to relax in the middle of a seemingly empty expanse of Oregon desert.

What makes this one of the best RV parks in Oregon is the proximity to the titular Crystal Crane Hot Springs. Relax and unwind in these natural hot springs while gazing at the incredibly bright stars overhead. The mineral waters are widely lauded for their therapeutic qualities. In addition to several RV sites with full hookups, other accommodations include rustic cabins, glamping teepees, and vintage trailers.

Learn more about Crystal Crane Hot Springs.


Best RV Campgrounds in Oregon

Not a big fan of the full-blown RV park experience? If you enjoy something a little more rustic and primitive, then an RV campground might be for you. Most of these campgrounds offer a mix of tent and RV sites. Some of the RV sites do have electric/water utilities but you usually can’t expect sewer utilities. Furthermore, they’re often set in a remote, private, and wooded setting.

Here are 10 of the best RV campgrounds in Oregon:

1.     Wallowa Lake State Park

Wallowa Lake State Park

# of Sites: 121 (w/ Hookups)

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

Wallowa Lake State Park is hands down one of the best state park campgrounds for RV camping in Oregon.

Located near the small town of Joseph in Eastern Oregon, this sprawling campground has 210 total campsites, 121 of which boast full hookups. The rest of the sites are suitable for tent camping or dry camping in an RV. Two yurt rentals are also available. An RV dump station and modern restrooms with flush toilets are warm showers are located on-site.

In addition to camping, Wallowa Lake is known for fishing and boating. Miles upon miles of hiking and horseback riding trails are within walking distance of the state park. A short drive away is the famous Hells Canyon, the deepest gorge in all of North America.

Learn more about Wallowa Lake State Park.

2.     Beverly Beach State Park

Beverly Beach State Park

# of Sites: 128 for RVs

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

Just north of Newport, Beverly Beach State Park is hands down one of the best RV campgrounds in Oregon.

In fact, thanks to the full hookup sites, including many with cable TV, you wouldn’t be wrong to think of Beverly Beach as an Oregon RV park. 53 of the sites have full hookups while 76 have just electric and water. An additional 128 sites have no utilities and are largely reserved for tents. There are even 21 yurts available for rent!

The abundance of campsites means Beverly Beach State Park is always bustling with activity. Add its fantastic location just steps from the beach into the picture and it’s easy to see why it’s so popular! If you grow tired on the state park (hard to do!), Yaquina Head and the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport are both a short drive away.

Learn more about Beverly Beach State Park.

3.     Cottonwood Canyon State Park

Cottonwood Canyon State Park

# of Sites: 21

Hookups: None

Dates Open: Year-Round

Another Oregon state park campground ideal for RV camping, Cottonwood Canyon is a veritable wonderland for anglers.

The nearby John Day River is teeming with fish, particularly catfish, carp, and smallmouth bass. Dozens of creeks in the area are also ripe for fishing. And then there are the miles upon miles of nearby trails which hikers as well as horseback riders.

As for the campground itself, sure, it’s primitive, but it has enough space for most self-contained RVs. Because of the lack of RV hookups, make sure you’re familiar with dry camping before your visit.

Learn more about Cottonwood Canyon State Park.

4.     Union Creek Campground

Covered Wagon Near Baker City Oregon

# of Sites: 129

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: May to September

One of the most beautiful campgrounds in Eastern Oregon, Union Creek opens RVs with welcome arms.

Part of the Wallowa Whitman National Forest, this campground is notable as one of the largest forest service campgrounds in Eastern Oregon. Its sprawling layout boasts 129 campsites total, many with enough space for the largest of RVs.

In fact, many of the campsites boast full hookups while others offer just water/electric hookups, making this arguably one of the best RV parks in Oregon. Combine that with its rustic setting in a pine tree forest, its location near Phillips Reservoir, its proximity to Baker City, and the views of the Elkhorn Mountains and it’s easy to see why Union Creek Campground is so popular.

Learn more about Union Creek Campground.

5.     Mazama Campground

Mazama RV Park in Oregon in Crater Lake National Park

# of Sites: 214

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: June through September

Mazama Campground is the go-to campground for RV camping in Crater Lake National Park.

One of just two campgrounds in the national park, Mazama is notable for its large size, quiet forested location, and RV-friendly nature. It has a mix of RV sites and tent sites with a total of up to 214 campsites open depending on the time of year. Full or partial hookups are available for RV campers.

Mazama Campground is located seven miles south of the south rim of Crater Lake. It’s only open during the summer (roughly June through September, although dates vary depending on snow). Restrooms with flush toilets and showers, an RV dump station, laundry facilities, and a general store are available on-site.

Learn more about Mazama Campground.

6.     Viento State Park

Columbia River from Viento State Park RV Park in Oregon

# of Sites: 56 for RVs

Hookups: Electric

Dates Open: April through October

Situated on the Columbia River, near the town of Hood River, Viento State Park is an ideal Oregon RV campground for water lovers.

It’s a hub of water recreation in the summertime, especially for windsurfing and kiteboarding, although swimming, fishing, and boating are also popular. Hiking is another popular activity.

56 of the campsites have electric hookups. No other hookups are available. RVs of all sizes are welcome although there are size restrictions for many sites. Additional facilities include restrooms with hot showers and flush toilets. Know that a working railroad line and crossing are located nearby so you will hear distant train horns throughout the day and night.

Learn more about Viento State Park.

7.     South Beach State Park

South Beach State Park

# of Sites: 227 for RVs

Hookups: Water/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

Sprawling for 7 miles down the Oregon Coast, South Beach State Park is another fantastic place for RV camping near Newport.

One of the highlights of the state park is the spacious, well-kept campground. It boasts 227 RV campsites with water and electric hookups. An additional 60 campsites are reserved for tents only. There are even 27 yurt rentals for those that prefer the glamping experience.

South Beach State Park is also notable for its paved jetty trail (perfect for walking or biking), an equestrian trail, guided canoe and kayak tours, a variety of ranger programs in the summer, and, of course, the absolutely astonishing views of the Pacific Ocean.

Learn more about South Beach State Park.

8.     LaPine State Park

LaPine State Park

# of Sites: 129

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

Just south of Bend, LaPine State Park is undoubtedly one of the best RV campgrounds in Central Oregon.

It’s nestled in a quiet, relaxing subalpine forest. The crisp, clear air makes it the ideal place for RV camping, no matter the time of year. Best of all, it’s located right next to the Deschutes River for world-class fishing, swimming, and floating.

The campground itself has 82 sites with full hookups plus an additional 47 sites with electric and water hookups. It also has 10 log cabins (5 rustic and 5 deluxe) to rent. An RV dump station, small store, and modern restrooms with flush toilets and running water are available.

Learn more about LaPine State Park.

9.     Fort Stevens State Park

Shipwreck at Fort Stevens State Park

# of Sites: 476

Hookups: Water/Sewer/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

Fort Stevens State Park is one of the most unique campgrounds in Oregon.

It spans the former site of a United States military base of the same name which was in use from the Civil War through World War II. Traces of the area’s past, including portions of the fort itself and a historic shipwreck, are open to visitors.

The state park is located on the mouth of the Columbia River near Astoria. The campground boasts 174 full hookup sites and 302 water/electric sites. It’s one of the largest RV parks in Oregon. Yurts and deluxe cabins are also available to rent.

Learn more about Fort Stevens State Park.

10.  Nehalem Bay State Park

Nehalem Bay State Park

# of Sites: 265

Hookups: Water/Electric

Dates Open: Year-Round

Another fantastic Oregon RV campground on the Oregon Coast, Nehalem Bay State Park is located just south of the towns of Manzanita and Nehalem.

The campground has 265 campsites total. All of these are suitable for RVs. In fact, all of them have water and electric hookups. An RV dump station is available. Another option for campers is to stay in one of 18 yurt rentals (9 are pet friendly!).

In addition to camping, this RV campground is notable for its proximity to sandy beaches, just a short walk away. Kite flying is one of the most popular activities. The area is also popular with equestrians, both for horseback riding on the beach and on nearby trails.  

Learn more about Nehalem Bay State Park.


Best Boondocking in Oregon

Klamath National Forest

Boondocking (dry camping without hookups) is easy to come by in Oregon thanks to the prevalence of national forests, BLM land, and other areas that welcome dispersed camping with open arms. Some RVers prefer it for the remote locations while others use it as an easy way to get a quick night of sleep on a road trip from point A to point B. Better yet, most RV boondocking is actually free camping!

Here are 5 of the best places for boondocking in Oregon:

  • Mineral CampgroundLocated in the Umpqua National Forest, this free campground is tiny and remote. It has just three campsites (suitable for smaller RVs). It also has vault toilets and picnic tables. The area is popular for OHV riding.
  • Bonney Meadow CampgroundMount Hood National Forest has a huge number of campsites suitable for RVS, including paid and free campgrounds. For free campsites, this one is hard to beat. Not only is it suitable for small RVs, but it’s in a private, beautiful location. Horse corrals are available on-site, making it the perfect place for horse camping.

Still can’t find RV boondocking near your Oregon RV camping destination? Freecampsites.net is a useful tool for finding free camping anywhere in the United States!


Best RV Camping in Other States

Food Preparation at RV Park in Oregon

Our guide to the best camping in Oregon is another excellent resource to find the best Oregon RV parks and campgrounds.

If you plan to go RV camping in other states, our best state camping guides are very helpful as will be our future best state RV park guides!

If you don’t have an RV of your own but would still like to try RV camping for yourself, our RV rental tool is a must! Our guide to renting an RV breaks down all the most important things to know about RVing for absolute beginners!

And, feel free to ask us any questions you might have about the best RV parks in Oregon in the comments below!

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