Cold, wet, dreary winters in the Pacific Northwest yield swollen rivers and radiant landscapes with every shade of green imaginable in the summer months. Outdoor activities are abundant, yet crowds are not. Be enchanted by these heavily wooded campgrounds.
This is a special location where Paradise Creek meets the Wind River and you can camp next to them, listening to the water trickle and flow all night. Use it as a base camp for all the fishing, hunting, hiking, bike riding and sight seeing in the area. Read MoreReserve a Campsite
The Metolius River is a pure, refreshing tributary of the Deschutes that flows north and cuts through gorges lined with lush greenery. Camp Sherman is located at the head of the Metolius River source and bicycling is the best way to see the area. Read MoreReserve a Campsite