When was the last time you shared a camping adventure with your family?  If it's been a while, let Southern Oregon's exquisite state and county parks, plus quality RV resorts be your home away from home.

Howard Prairie Lake Recreational Area
Located 22 miles east of I-5 and Ashland via Hwy 66. Great trout fishing. Campgrounds for tents and RV's, plus lodging. Open April 15-November 1. Lily Glen open year-round. Services from March 15 - November 
(541) 482-1979


Bullards Beach State Park
Located two miles north of Bandon. Home of the Coquille River Lighthouse, with interpretive tours daily during summer months. Campground includes 185 sites with sewer and/or electrical hookups, 13 yurts, a horse camp and hot showers. Coquille Lighthouse tours, seven mile horse trail, meeting hall and 4.5 miles of beach.
(541) 347-2209


Alfred A. Loeb State Park
Northeast of Brookings, about 10 miles off Hwy 101 on the Chetco River. Park features three log cabins within sight of the river, a favorite with anglers. Myrtlewood-shaded campground has 50 sites with electricity and water. Hot showers.
(541) 469-2021

AtRivers Edge RV Resort
Expansive Chetco River frontage with private access, 114 FHU/50amp/CATV, free WIFI, Big Rig pull-thru. Just minutes from ocean beaches, golf, hiking trails (out of the wind & fog belt). Spacious clubhouse for group activities, clean restrooms, hot showers, onsite laundry, propane.  RV/Boat storage.

98203 South Bank Chetco River Rd.
Brookings OR 97415
(541) 469-3356

Harris Beach State Park
Located just north of Brookings. A sandy shoreline and spectacular seascape delight beachcombers and sightseers. Campground includes 86 sites with sewer and/or electrical hookups, 63 tent sites and six yurts. Hot showers, cable TV available at selected sites.
(541) 469-2021


Seven Feathers RV Resort
I-5, Exit 99 in historic Canyonville. Quiet and pristine resort located in the “Land of Umpqua.” 191 full service sites, FREE Wi-Fi and cable TV, individual showers, on-site laundry, horseshe pits, BBQ pavilion, kids playground, and pet friendly. Relax in the indoor heated pool, hot tub, fitness center. Free casino shuttle service. Discount for association and Seven Feathers Players Club Members. Reservations online or call. 

325 Creekside
Canyonville OR 97417
(877) 839-3599
(888) 677-7771


Bastendorff Beach State Park
Located 1/4 mile off the Cape Arago Hwy, two miles west of Charleston. 81 overnight campsites. Open year-round.

4250 Bastendorff Beach Loop Rd.
Charleston OR 97542
(541) 888-5353

Charleston Marina RV Park
98 large paved sites with multi-use rec room. Services include electric, water, sewer, satellite TV. Clean restrooms/showers, security, kid’s play area, crab cooking room, sanitary dump station, and laundry. Daily/ weekly/monthly rates. Walk to marina, restaurants, shopping and recreation - crabbing & clamming.

63402 Kingfisher Rd.
PO Box 5409
Charleston OR
(541) 888-9512

Sunset Bay State Park
On a sheltered bay three miles west of Charleston on Cape Arago Hwy. Facilities include a campground (with 29 full hookups, 31 electrical and 66 tent sites, plus eight yurts and hot showers), boat ramp, and swimming area with bathhouse.
(541) 888-4902

Crater Lake

Jackson F. Kimball State Park and Campground
Three miles north of the quaint town of Fort Klamath and only 20 minutes to the south entrance of Crater Lake National Park. Peace and solitude is the main focus here. Enjoy a short hike through the quaking aspens to the headwaters of the Wood River.
(541) 783-2471

Gold Beach

Huntley Park
Located east of Gold Beach along the Rogue River. It offers camping overlooking the Rogue.
(541) 247-6269

Lobster Creek Camp
Located 10 miles east of Gold Beach up Jerry’s Flat Road across the Lobster Creek Bridge and up FS Road 3310 eight miles. RV and group camping by reservation through the County Parks Office.
(541) 247-3382

Quosatana Creek Campground
Located 14.5 miles from Hwy 101. This campground on the Rogue River is a favorite spot for anglers. The campground is just east of the intersection with Forest Service Road 3313.

Grants Pass

Indian Mary Park
Located near Galice off I-5, Exit 61. Park is on the Rogue River and offers fishing and camping. Open April 1-October 31.
(541) 474-5285

Valley of the Rogue State Park
Located between Medford and Grants Pass on I-5 and the Rogue River. Amenities include boat ramp, interpretive trail and campground with 97 full hookup sites (sewer electricity and water), 49 sites with electricity and water, 21 tent sites, six yurts, and a group camp area. Meeting hall and 1.5 mile trail along the Rogue River.
(541) 582-3128

Illinois Valley

Grayback and Caves Creek Campgrounds
Located on the way to the Oregon Caves National Monument. Take Oregon Caves Exit from Cave Junction.
(541) 592-3400


Cantrall-Buckley Park
Located eight miles southwest of Jacksonville off Hwy 240. Day use facilities on river for picnics, fishing, swimming, plus campgrounds with showers. Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays, March 1-October 1, 10am-sunset. Campground open May 1-October 15.
(541) 776-7001


Joseph P. Stewart State Park
On Lost Creek Reservoir, 35 miles northwest of Medford off Hwy 62. Park features a marina, swimming beach, 5.5 miles of hiking trails and six-mile bike trail. Campground has 151 sites with electricity and water, 50 tent sites and hot showers.

(541) 560-3334

Triple A RV Center (Sales & Service)
Family-owned and operated for over 35 years, this award-winning dealership is proud to represent top RV Manufacturers; Winnebago, Key­stone, Northwood & Skyline. Large selection of pre-owned RV’s, Consignments and available Stor­age! Providing quick, competent maintenance and repair services by Trained-Certified Technicians. Full Parts & Accessories store.

938 Chevy Way
Medford OR 97504
(541) 772-1938 (800) 545-7808

Mountain Lakes

Aspen Point Campground
33 miles northwest of Klamath Falls at Lake of the Woods, right off Hwy 140. This area offers swimming, hiking, boating and much more. Camp in the middle of towering pine trees.
(541) 885-3400

East Davis Campground
Located on East Davis Lake off Hwy 46, the Cascade Lake Scenic Byway. Watch the waterfowl from your tent or trailer or cast your fly rod for a trophy size rainbow trout.
(541) 433-3200

Fourmile Lake Campground
Located at the foot of spectacular Mt. McLoughlin and on the shores of beautiful Fourmile Lake. 35 miles northwest of Klamath Falls off Hwy 140. This area offers camping, boating, fishing and picnicking. Hiking in this area is bar none with easy accessibility to the Sky Lake Wilderness area.
(541) 885-3400

Gerber Reservoir
50 miles east of Klamath Falls, past Bonanza. Enjoy camping, fishing and relaxing in a beautiful grove of ponderosa pines.
(541) 883-6916

Lake of the Woods
35 miles northwest of Klamath Falls on Hwy 140. This high mountain lake resort rests amid the majestic fir and lofty pines, one can enjoy a variety of outdoor recreational activities year-round! Lodge, cabins, campground and a wonderful restaurant.
(541) 949-8300

Sunset Cove Campground
Located on Odell Lake off Hwy 58. This breathtaking campground offers areas for picnicking, swimming and hiking. Accessible boat ramps for phenomenal fishing.
(541) 433-3200

Topsy Reservoir Campground
20 miles west of Klamath Falls, just past the town of Keno on Hwy 66. Great place for swimming and enjoying the sunshine among the pine trees. Close to Klamath Sportsman Park.
(541) 883-6916

Northern Klamath County

Collier Memorial State Park
On Hwy 97 about 30 miles north of Klamath Falls. Features open air logging museum filled with early logging equipment and a pioneer log cabin village. Campground has 50 full hookup sites (sewer, electricity and water), 18 tent sites, and hot showers. Visitors enjoy fishing in two streams.

Oregon Outback
Lakeview, Summer Lake and Christmas Valley 

Abert Rim Oasis RV Park
20 miles from Lakeview on Hwy 395 (mile post 123).14 dry sites (six pull-throughs), restrooms, showers.
(541) 947-5778

Cottonwood Meadows Recreation Area
28 miles west of Lakeview on Hwy 140. Eight miles northeast on Forest Service Road #3870. 24 unit family campground, 6,100 feet above sea level. Boating (motorboats prohibited), fishing, swimming, hiking.

Deep Creek Campground
Six miles north of Lakeview on Hwy 395. Eight miles east on Hwy 140, 14 miles southeast on Forest Service Road #3915. One mile southwest on FS #4015. Six unit family campground. 5,600 feet elevation. Fishing, gathering.

Dog Lake Recreation Area
10 miles west of Lakeview on Hwy 140. 4.5 miles south on county road 1-12, 12 miles west on Forest Service Road #4017. 10-unit family campground, two-unit group campground. 5,100 feet elevation. Boating (motorboat speed limit is five mph), fishing, swimming.

Drews Creek Campground
10 miles west of Lakeview on Hwy 140. 4.5 miles south on county 1-12, three miles west on Forest Service Road #4017. Four-unit family campground, two-unit group campground. 4,900 feet elevation. Fishing, softball, horseshoe pits.

Goose Lake State Park
East of Klamath Falls, off US 395, 15 miles south of Lakeview. Campground has 48 sites with electricity and water. Features wildlife viewing on lake shared by Oregon and California.
(541) 947-3111

Hunter’s RV Park
Lakeview, Hwy 395. 32 pull-through sites, 28 full hookups. Mini mart, dump station, restrooms, showers, restaurant/ pub/ laundromat/ perpetual geyser.

18020 Hwy 395 N.
Lakeview OR 97630
(541) 947-4968

Juniper’s Reservoir RV Resort
10 miles west of Lakeview on Hwy 140 (milepost 87). Pull-throughs; 20, 30 and 50 amps; fishing, hiking, birding.
(541) 947-2050

Lake County Fairgrounds
22 hookups, restrooms, showers.

1900 N. 4th
St. Lakeview OR
(541) 947-2925

Mud Creek Campground
Six miles north of Lakeview on Hwy 395. Nine miles east on Hwy 140. Seven miles north on forest service road #3615. Seven-unit family campground. 6,600 feet elevation. Fishing, gathering, hiking.

Summer Lake Hot Springs
Hwy 31, between Paisley and Summer Lake. Nine full hookups, tent spaces, bath house, showers, laundry room. 

(541) 943-3931

Willow Creek Campground
Six miles north of Lakeview on Hwy 395. Eight miles east on Hwy 140. Nine miles southeast on Forest Service Road #3915, one mile south on FS #4011. Eight-unit family campground. 5,800 feet elevation. Fishing, gathering, hiking.

Port Orford

Boice-Cope County Park
Three miles west of Hwy 1-1 off Floras Lake Loop Road south of Langlois. Camping, RV sites, hiking, day use, as well as windsurfing and boating on the lake.

Cape Blanco State Park
Off Hwy 101, nine miles north of Port Orford. Features picturesque lighthouse and historic Hughes House, both open for summer tours. Park amenities include four log cabins with ocean views, 53 sites with electricity and water, and a horse camp.

(541) 332-6774

Humbug Mountain State Park
Located on Hwy 101, six miles south of Port Orford. Includes a day use area and a campground on the east side of Humbug Mountain. Campsites include 35 units with electricity and water and 73 tent sites. Hot showers. Hiking trails lead to headland’s 1,756-foot summit.

(541) 332-6774


Loon Lake Lodge & RV Resort
Choose your vacation lodging needs from our Waterfront Vacation Home, cabins, yurt or motel, or choose a scenic camping site from our waterfront campground. Our RV Park offers full-hookups, satellite TV and free Wi-fi, sits on one mile of Loon Lake frontage. Loon Lake Wa­tersports & Marina, LLC, offers boat, jet ski, and WaveRunner rentals by the hour or the day. Or stay overnight in the 46 foot Houseboat. 

9011 Loon Lake Road
Reedsport OR 97467
(541) 599-2244

William M. Tugman State Park
On Hwy 101, eight miles south of Reedsport on Eel Lake. Campground has 108 sites with electricity and water, plus five yurts. Amenities include hot showers, open playing fields and ADA accessible fishing dock.

Umpqua Lighthouse State Park
Adjacent to historic Umpqua River Lighthouse above dunes area, six miles south of Reedsport off Hwy 1-1. Camping options include yurts and cabins. Campground has 20 full hookup sites (sewer, electricity, and water), 42 tent sites and hot showers.

Lighthouse Rd.
Winchester Bay OR 97467 


Charles Stanton County Park Campgrounds
Located off I-5, northbound Exit 99, southbound Exit 101. 23 acres with 40 tent/trailer sites. 20 with water/electric. No camping reservations. Open year-round.

(541) 839-4483

John P. Amacher County Park Campground
Located five miles north of Roseburg, I-5 Exit 129. 19 acres with 30 tent/trailer sites. 20 with water electric. No camping reservations taken. Excellent river floating in the summer. Open year-round.

(541) 672-4901

Mildred Kanipe Memorial Park-County Park
Picnic sites and facilities located among historic ranch house and outbuildings. The 1,100 acres of park/wildlife reserve is accessible by foot or horseback only. Dispersed camping by permit only. Season park, March 15-November 1, 7 am to dark.

(541) 459-9567

Pass Creek County Park Campground
Located off I-5 at Curtin, Exit 163. 23 acres with 60 tent/trailer sites. 30 with water/electric. No camping reservations taken. Open year-round.

(541) 942-3281

Elkton RV Park
From I-5, Exit 162, west on Hwy 38 to Drain/ Elkton. The perfect place to relax .... after spending the day fishing or rafting the Umpqua River, or sight-seeing and wine tasting in Southern Oregon.

(541) 584-2832


Lake Selma Country Park
Highway 199. Exploring, Lake Selma County Park featuring fishing, boating, camping, swimming and more with a store and boat rentals.

2700 Lakeshore Drive
Selma OR 97538
(541) 474-5285