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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.
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As if it grew out of the ground with the surrounding fir trees, the treehouse is rustically majestic. A spiral staircase leads up to the entrance, and the inside is accented naturally. Take a peek at the aqua blue pond, or venture a short distance to the Mt. Hood area.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The itsy bitsy bus is one of a handful of precious Airbnbs on the farm. The space was designed by a local from Portland and is a bright, cheery place to call home for a few days. The farm is full of animals and beautiful foliage, which fits well with the butterfly laden interior of the bus itself.
Stay in a 1971 Land Yacht Sovereign Airstream that has been fully restored with sleek wooden floors and leather furniture. The crisp interior is jaw-dropping and will take you back to the good ole days. The outdoor space is excellent, with a place to dine, plenty of plants, and lush green grass. Pets are welcome to come along.
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.
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.
Panacea at the Canyon Resort in Culver, which is in central Oregon, is a complete fusion of outdoors and luxury. A naturalistic spa with a variety of organic and wholesome treatments are at your disposal in-between days of hiking. In fact, a list of organic items from soaps to linens is available to guests during their stay. The tents are big and open, with skylights adding either extra sun or a star view.
Elk Lake Resort features cone-shaped tents and minimalist camping cabins, on sites that are cleared out just the right amount while still having ample trees and foliage surrounding. Being relative to Bend, it’s easy to jump in the car and head to an actual restaurant if the mood strikes you. Tents and cabins are pleasantly simple with all the linens and accessories you might need, while the property lodge offers hot steamy showers. Enjoy the beauty of Oregon without roughing it too much.
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Vernonia Springs houses a selection of quaint yurts, that meet all comfort needs while still mostly focusing on its incredible surrounding terrain. Being not terribly far from Portland, visitors can escape the city life in no time, while spending the weekend exploring some of the top hiking routes around. A sparkling onsite pond adds to the beauty of the property and is nestled among various commons buildings.
Camp Dakota in Scotts Mills allows visitors to choose from rustic yurts, cozy canvas tents, and more options like cabins. Having a choice is nice, as you can base your decision from the time of year you plan to visit. Aside from the beautiful surroundings, there are actually many activities for the adventurous families—paintball, rope challenges, gold panning and treasure hunting for example. The best part? You can get pizza delivered!
Relish in the dramatic beauty of the coastal region at Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort. Right on Coos Bay, a selection of glamping options are also available here as well. What makes this place extra special is the activity offerings available. Go crabbing, whale watching or fishing. Enjoy the pet-friendly beach with man’s best friend—the beachside location is an excellent way to enjoy glamping in Oregon.