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20 Best Places to Go Glamping in Oregon

Oregon is stunning—plain and simple. Hazy forests, rocky coasts, and rolling mountains welcome visitors year-round for memorable outdoor adventures. But not everyone wants to strap on a rucksack and set up camp in the middle of the woods, and that’s okay. Because Oregon is plentiful with luxurious campsites and some that are a bit more simple, that house not just sturdy canvas tents but sweet trailers and well-equipped yurts. Anyone can enjoy the natural environment of this stunning state because these top glamping spots in Oregon have it all.

Cozy Glamping - Banks Blissful Glamping - Private Forested 5 Acre Oasis
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Cozy Glamping - Banks

This is the epitome of glamping—a large canvas tent opens on both sides to reveal crisp breezes, and the views of a tranquil pond bring inner relaxation. A lighted gravel path leads the way from the tent to a traditional bath in the main house. But the camp site already has so much, from a kitchenette to a fire pit. Get ready to experience both elegance and nature simultaneously.

Forest Island - Estacada Forest Island
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Forest Island - Estacada

Surrounded by woods, rivers and a lake, this yurt/tent is like a fairy dwelling in a magical forest. In actuality, the structure sits on an island of sorts, which is part of a working farm. Chickens, goats and honeybees roam on the premises. Inside the tent is a bohemian feel, which is quite fitting for this mossy, mystical area.

Yurt #2 with Private Hot Springs Soaking - La Grande Yurt #2 with Private Hot Springs Soaking
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Yurt #2 with Private Hot Springs Soaking - La Grande

Meeting all yurt expectations, the inside is incredibly welcoming, and geothermically warmed in the cold winter months. The wow factor truly is the back patio, where a cedar soaking tub, fed by hot spring water, and a fire pit, await. The grounds feature other properties and amenities like traditional showers.

Unique Airstream, Gorgeous Views - Talent Artistic Airstream with gorgeous views
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Unique Airstream, Gorgeous Views - Talent

Staying in an Airstream is the holy grail of all camper vacations. Inside of this one has been completely remodeled, to be unique and whimsical. From detailed sink patterns to a lovely artistic kitchen, the refreshing style is just the beginning. Outside, the views are breathtaking and the hills roll for miles. The Airbnb is located within wine country, so get ready to do some serious tasting.

Luxury Glamping Tent - Douglas County Luxury Glamping Tent
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Luxury Glamping Tent - Douglas County

This particular tent is part of a park on the North Umpqua River, also referred to as a gateway to Crater Lake. The tents were created as a nod to the early prospectors of Oregon. Wood floors give each tent a clean feel, while you’ll still be breathing plenty of fresh outdoor air. The recreation area surrounding the tent is well maintained and extremely pleasant to spend some time in.

Out 'n' About Treehouse Treesort - Cave Junction Out 'n' About Treehouse Treesort
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Out 'n' About Treehouse Treesort - Cave Junction

Out ‘n’ About Treehouses take guests to the southern part of Oregon, to Cave Junction, which is in a wooded valley beside the Siskiyou National Forest. The treehouses brim on the edge of actually being a cabin, but their rustic aesthetic and connection with nature classify them as a solid glamp choice in the state. Soak in the cool mornings with coffee in hand on a balcony, go for a peaceful walk, horseback ride, enjoy a homemade breakfast. Each treehouse has its own unique features, with many being family-sized.

Miss Clementine, 1973 Airstream – Bend Old west accents with the comforts of home
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Miss Clementine, 1973 Airstream – Bend

For your Oregon glamping trip, you and one other person can stay in this 1973 Airstream that is just an eight-minute drive from downtown Bend. The camper’s bedroom has a queen-size bed, and it also has a galley kitchen, private bathroom, table with seating, and TV. You’ll love the outdoor private deck with chairs and a two-person hot tub. You can bring your dog along for a $55 fee and enjoy this 2.5-acre glamping spot all to yourselves.

Otter Rock Surf Yurt – Otter Rock Otter Rock Surf Yurt - Otter Rock, Oregon
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Otter Rock Surf Yurt – Otter Rock

Here’s a four-person yurt with ocean views for your glamping trip. It is a pet-friendly yurt that overlooks Devil’s Punchbowl Beach and is walkable to Beverly Beach, Mo’s West Chowder & Seafood, and the Flying Dutchman Winery. Inside the yurt, you’ll find a kitchen, bathroom, gas heat stove, Wi-Fi, and TV. Make sure to bring your own bedding and blankets to use on the futons and Paco Pads. The yurt is just three steps from the deck at the entrance. Prospective guests should know that there are beehives on the lower section of the property.

The Hippie Shack Yurt & Tiny House – Days Creek This is really glamping at its best!
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The Hippie Shack Yurt & Tiny House – Days Creek

With a queen-size bed and sofa bed, this 24-foot yurt and attached tiny house can accommodate four people in Oregon. The Airbnb rental includes an indoor bathroom and kitchen for your glamping trip. It’s an off-grid yurt powered by solar and propane, and it has a running creek just outside the door. This is a dog-friendly yurt rental that includes breakfast items on an organic farm with animals and wildlife. From the yurt, it’s just 20 minutes to Umpqua wineries, an hour and a half to hot springs, and two hours to Crater Lake.

Stargazing Glamping & Swim Oasis – Oregon City Enjoy the sounds of nature from your yurt
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Stargazing Glamping & Swim Oasis – Oregon City

Up to seven people can stay in this glamping tent and sleep on the queen-size bed, two twin mattresses, and three additional sleeping mats. Larger groups can stay on the property and pitch additional tents for an extra fee. Know as The Hideout, the Airbnb is tucked into the back of the host’s property for privacy and out in nature. You’ll have access to natural, spring-fed pond grounds and wonderful star-gazing opportunities. The hosts provide guests with a full bathroom with a hot shower, a record player with a few records, and canoes with oars to use.

The Oasis Airstream – Bend Desert views to reconnect with nature
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The Oasis Airstream – Bend

When you are in the Bend area of Oregon, this Airbnb Airstream is a fun option for a glamping-style stay. It is located on 10 quiet acres of land and surrounded by desert views. The camper is pet-friendly and 15 minutes from downtown Bend. Up to three people can be comfortable staying here and enjoy using the outdoor table and chairs, outdoor couch, fireplace, and hammock. The bathroom in the camper has a small stand-up shower, and there is a catalytic heater inside the Airstream to keep you warm on chilly nights.

Yurt Glamping on Historic Oregon Vineyard – Elkton Disconnect from technology with vineyard views
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Yurt Glamping on Historic Oregon Vineyard – Elkton

When you want to disconnect from technology and have a true glamping getaway, consider this four-person yurt in Oregon. It has a private room for two people to sleep in and a sofa that pulls out to accommodate two more guests. The host can provide air mattresses if you have additional guests. In this yurt, you’ll have a turntable with a vinyl collection, a kitchenette, and a private bathroom with a shower. There is an outdoor fire pit and wine available for purchase onsite since you’ll be staying at a vineyard. There are sometimes events or gatherings at the vineyard tasting room, and guests are welcome to join these gatherings.

Romantic Country Glamping Escape – Scotts Mills A magical retreat just for two
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Romantic Country Glamping Escape – Scotts Mills

This is a glamping farm stay experience on an organic farm that is an hour from Portland. The Airbnb rental is a converted greenhouse with a sleeping loft and offers gorgeous views of the gardens and lawn. Two people can stay here and sleep in a double-size bed. During your stay, you’ll be surrounded by peaceful views and have a hot tub. There’s a kitchenette and bathroom inside the big barn, which is just a short walk away from where you’ll be staying. The greenhouse has a gravel floor and is not insulated.

Private Luxury Glamping with Swimming Pool and Hot Tub – Molalla Relax on the farm with calming views
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Private Luxury Glamping with Swimming Pool and Hot Tub – Molalla

Located just two minutes from downtown Molalla, this glamping tent for two people is located on a five-acre farm with views of the trees, the field, and the mountains. It is a 224-square-foot tent with a queen-size bed, pillows, and blankets. There is a warm pool and hot tub with power jets for guests to use. There are two other rental sites on this same property, so the pool, hot tub, and compostable toilets are shared. Inside the tent, you’ll have solar power to charge your devices. It’s a romantic getaway spot to enjoy pure relaxation, and the Airbnb hosts can provide breakfast for an extra fee.

Treehouse Glamping Adventure - Sandy Treehouse Glamping Adventure
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Treehouse Glamping Adventure - Sandy

The Izer Treehouse provides an off-grid glamping adventure in a secluded setting that overlooks the Bull Run River Canyon. You’ll have easy access to fun on the water, including rafting and kayaking along with a peaceful abode with a bird’s-eye view from 30 feet off the ground. There’s no TV or Wi-Fi, so just relax and enjoy the fresh air and the sounds of nature. There is limited power, approximately 7 to 8 hours a day, with a lantern and headlights for backup and runs to the outhouse. A BBQ on the deck can be used for cookouts.

Rogue River Glamping – Grants Pass Escape to the forest any time of the year
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Rogue River Glamping – Grants Pass

You can plan an escape to the forest when you book this glamping tent Airbnb overlooking the Rogue River in southern Oregon. The tent rental comes with a queen-size bed, wood-burning stove, folding table and chairs, cooler with ice, and outdoor lounge seating. There are also board games, lanterns, robes, blankets, towels, toiletries, and firewood provided. The bathroom consists of a separate composting toilet and an outdoor shower. This glamping tent is on 10 acres of property that guests can roam, and there are 100 acres of BLM land with trails next to it.

Private Hilltop Tiny Home with Hot Tub & Fire Pit – Grants Pass Private, peaceful, and oh-so-cute
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Private Hilltop Tiny Home with Hot Tub & Fire Pit – Grants Pass

It’s also fun to stay in a tiny home when you feel like glamping, such as this Airbnb rental in Grants Pass, Oregon. It is among the hills of southern Oregon and comes with a fire pit, hot tub, small kitchen, and shower. From the tiny home, it is just a six-minute drive to Grants Pass. You’ll have your own separate, gated driveway here and enjoy a private and peaceful stay. One of the best things to do here is soak in the hot tub and admire the mountain views.

Tree Top Studio – Jacksonville Stay in the treetops of the Siskiyou mountains
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Tree Top Studio – Jacksonville

The Tree Top Studio is an Airbnb treehouse rental with views in every direction among the trees. Your stay here includes an upstairs bedroom with a queen-size bed, kitchen, and outdoor hot/cold shower. The treetop space has heating and cooling to keep you comfortable and is self-contained for a remote and private stay. Guests can use the composting toilet just a short walk from the studio, which is on a working farm. You’ll need to drive up a gravel road in low gear and stay in the established grooves to arrive at the rental safely. This is a rental for guests ages 10 and up.

Glamping Just Steps from McKenzie River – McKenzie Bridge Have the river at your side all night
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Glamping Just Steps from McKenzie River – McKenzie Bridge

Perfect for two people, this glamping tent has a double bed and comes with access to a shared bathroom in the main house. It is right by the river and a rocky beach. The Airbnb hosts also have a garden shed for overnight rentals on the property, and the bathroom and kitchen are shared spaces with that rental. Bring your own cooler for fridge and freezer items, and come here to enjoy the unique riverfront beach with whitewater rafters floating by.

The Vintages Trailer Resort - Dayton The Vintages Trailer Resort
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The Vintages Trailer Resort - Dayton

The Vintages Trailer Resort in Dayton is exactly what it sounds like—a compilation of old campers that have been restored to their former glory. This isn’t your average camping/RV site—The Vintages sits within the vineyard laden Willamette Valley. Bikes are provided so guests can explore the area, and mornings are greeted with artisan pour-over coffee from a local roaster. Not to mention, the trailers themselves are super cool.

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