5 Awesome RV Campsites in Oregon

5 Awesome RV Campsites in Oregon

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For your next vacation, consider the following options: You could visit the awesome Oregon desert, swim in the majestic Pacific Ocean, or gaze at the fields of free roaming animals on a pristine nature preserve. All of these options and more await at the following five fantastic RV campsites scattered throughout Oregon. Read on for more information, but be warned—with so many great options, you might want to quit your day job and visit them all!

1. Crater Lake RV Park, Prospect, OR

Crater Lake RV Park in Prospect, Oregon, is open year-round and welcomes big rigs and groups, as well as individual RVs. Campers can look forward to two fire circles, camp fires, pot lucks, catered barbecues, live entertainment, hot dog feasts, and pancake breakfasts, among other events. Children are welcome, but you won’t find any children-specific activities, like playgrounds, on site. All sites have full hook-ups, Wi-Fi access, showers, and restrooms. The main attraction is the park’s proximity to Crater Lake National Park—you’re only 30 minutes away.

2. Redmond/Central Oregon KOA, Culver, OR

No RV campground list is complete without mentioning at least one KOA site. The Culver, Oregon site, servicing Redmond and Central Oregon, has scored 4.5 out of 5 stars from over 1,000 reviews. Enjoy “spectacular views of the Cascade Range” in the Oregon desert. This is the perfect home base for hikers. Each site has Wi-Fi, 50 max amp services, and pool access.  

3. Premier RV Resorts, Multiple locations

Premier RV Resorts, with Oregon locations in Eugene, Salem, and Lincoln City, is owned and operated by Paul and Vickie Williams. As avid RV’ers themselves, the Williamses have made it their mission to create one of the most incredible RV experiences you could imagine. Not willing to rest on their laurels, the Williamses are constantly updating their parks with new features, including RAD bike access. Amenities include long pull-through sites, satellite TV, concierge service, ping pong table, catch and release fishing, Wi-Fi, newspaper delivery, and much more. Check their website to watch a video tour and make reservations.  

4. Whalers Rest RV & Camping Resort, South Beach, OR

Whalers Rest RV and Camping Resort, located in South Beach, Oregon, is part of the Thousand Trails family of RV camps. This year-round camping site was awarded the 2017 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor, and offers 164 sites yards away from the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy salt-water swimming, scuba diving, surfing, whale watching, beachcombing, and more, steps away from your RV. Additional amenities include bocce ball, volleyball, RV storage, shuffleboard, a clubhouse, hiking trails, business center, playground, and much more.

5. Juniper’s Reservoir RV Resort, Lakeview, OR

Juniper’s Reservoir RV Resort in Lakeview, Oregon, is named after the breathtaking juniper forest overlooking the reserve. You’re likely to see pronghorn antelope, mule deer, hawks, owls, eagles, osprey, songbirds, waterfowl, coyotes, and more in the reserve. With over 6,000 acres of land, you’ll never run out of bike riding, hunting, or fishing opportunities. The resort boasts 40 pull-through sites, each with their own shade tree, picnic table, and electricity. For rates and reservations, visit their website.