- Maximum occupancy per site: 8 people.
- Check-in time: 4 p.m. Check-out time: 1 p.m.
- Quiet hours: 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
- Alcoholic beverages: Permitted in parks, unless specifically prohibited.
- Generator use: Check rules under each campground on the reservation site.
- Campfires: Allowed only in provided campfire pit or ring at the site, following local restrictions.
- Drone use: Allowed, subject to local rules protecting sensitive plants and animals and public and private property. Park rangers have the discretion to request drone use be stopped or moved to another area.
20024 Silver Falls Highway Southeast, Sublimity, OR 97385
You won’t necessarily beat the crowds at this Oregon state park, but it’s popular for a reason. Silver Falls boasts the spectacular Trail of Ten Falls—four of which you can actually walk behind. If you’re not up for the full 7-mile loop hike, many falls offer shorter access points. If hiking is your thing, the park has more than 35 miles of backcountry trails. With a historic lodge, exhibits, ranger programs, playgrounds, and horseback rides, there is something for everyone at this enchanting state park. Note that partial hookup sites are a maximum of 60 feet for both your RV and tow vehicle.
U.S. 101, Brookings, OR 97415
Because Oregon’s renowned coastline has plenty of camping options, everyone has their own opinion on the best spot. It’s hard to go wrong with any of the state park campgrounds located along the coast, but Harris Beach State Park offers a quintessential Oregon experience. Walk from your campsite under a grove of spruce and fir trees to the wide, sandy beach with dramatic rock formations, tide pools, and wildlife viewing. The Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor stretches just north of the park and boasts some of the most spectacular views in the state. This is a large campground, so the experience can vary by site location, but the approximately 90 RV sites are paved and offer full or partial hookups.
Nehalem Highway, Buxton, OR 97109
Opened in 2007, L.L. Stub Stewart Memorial State Park is home to the newest campground in the state park system since 1972. With more than 70 easily accessible full-hookup sites and a location just over 30 miles from Portland, this is a convenient base to visit the city, coast, and regional wineries. If you need to stay connected, cell service is uniformly reported to be excellent, especially compared to many other Oregon state parks. Enjoy acres of serene woodland and miles of hiking and biking trails that make this state park a popular destination for locals.
Oregon state park campgrounds that accommodate RV camping
Ainsworth State Park
Alfred A. Loeb State Park
Beachside State Park
Beverly Beach State Park
Bullards Beach State Park
Cape Blanco State Park
Cape Lookout State Park
Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park
Catherine Creek State Park
Champoeg State Heritage Area
Clyde Holliday State Recreation Site
Collier Memorial State Park
Cove Palisades State Park
Deschutes River State Recreation Area
Detroit Lake State Recreation Area
Devils Lake State Recreation Area
Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area
Fall Creek State Recreation Area
Farewell Bend State Recreation Area
Fort Stevens State Park
Goose Lake State Recreation Area
Harris Beach State Park
Humbug Mountain State Park
Jasper Point State Park
Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park
Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area
L.L. Stub Stewart Memorial State Park
Lake Owyhee State Park
LaPine State Park
Memaloose State Park
Milo McIver State Park
Nehalem Bay State Park
Prineville Reservoir State Park
Silver Falls State Park
South Beach State Park
Sunset Bay State Park
Tumalo State Park
Umpqua Lighthouse State Park
Unity Lake State Recreation Site
Valley of the Rogue State Park
Viento State Park
Wallowa Lake State Park
William M. Tugman State Park
For more information on Oregon state park campgrounds, visit stateparks.oregon.gov.