Camp Sherman CampgroundCamp Sherman, Oregon 1 of 11
Located at the head of the Metolius River in Deschutes National Forest, this campground provides some of the most stunning scenery in central Oregon.
Canal CreekWaldport, Oregon 2 of 11
Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and immerse yourself in nature. This little patch in the Siuslaw National Forest is nestled along the base of a ridge line and provides a genuine camping experience.
Coal Creek Group CampGranite Falls, Washington 3 of 11
The small group sites here are more affordable than reserving several single sites next to each other. You'll be buried deep within a canopy of greenery and mist, but close to the alluring scenery of Mountain Loop Road.
Diamond LakeUmpqua, Oregon 4 of 11
Named after John Diamond, a pioneer settler who discovered the lake in the 1800s, this is one of the best rainbow trout fishing spots in Southern Oregon. The large campground also boasts spectacular views of Mount Bailey and Mount Thielsen.
Fort Stevens State ParkHammond, Oregon 5 of 11
This fort was once the primary military defense installation in the three-fort, Harbor Defense System at the mouth of the Columbia River. Today, it's a 4,200-acre park offering exploration of history and nature, along with many recreational opportunities.
Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State ParkFlorence, Oregon 6 of 11
Located two miles from the ocean, this park is known for its sand dunes and a multitude of hiking trails. There are also two freshwater lakes, providing opportunities for fishing, swimming, boating, waterskiing and more.
Kayak Point County ParkStanwood, Washington 7 of 11
Located on Puget Sound, this saltwater beach park offers a rich setting for pier fishing, windsurfing, picnicking, hiking, camping and more.
Paradise Creek CampgroundCarson, Washington 8 of 11
Camp where Paradise Creek meets the Wind River and listen to the water trickle and flow all night. Nestled under an old-growth forest of cedars, firs, alder and maples, this campground provides scenery often associated with paradise—hence the name.
River Meadows County ParkArlington, Washington 9 of 11
This campground features 150 acres of large open meadows and forests along the banks of the Stillaguamish River. This a great location for large events, such as family reunions or weddings.
Wenberg County ParkStanwood, Washington 10 of 11
Located on the eastern shore of Lake Goodwin, this 45-acre park offers camping, picnic shelters, a playground and a 465-foot swimming beach area.