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, tipis 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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The Vintages Trailer Resort in Dayton Oregon 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.
Veronica 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 Heaven in Sherwood is a down to earth, rough around the edges glamping experience in a wildlife, nature-oriented part of the state. The walled tent is well equipped and cozy, but the adorable tipi is perhaps more unique. With a cushy bed and perks like a Keurig and all the cream and sugar you may need, the homemade touch of Camp Heaven is refreshingly endearing.
Tipi Village Retreat
Cone structures sit majestically in the wooded terrain of Marcola, at Tipi Village Retreat. The structures are warmly decorated and topped off with comfy bedding—the retreat as a whole is designed to bring guests to a state of “zen”. The property is peacefully accented with wildlife and beautiful native greenery. Enjoy a reflexology session or even a yoga class in the serene setting. Breakfast is out of this world, featuring organic eggs, salmon and fruits to fuel you through the day, and sometimes guests get treated to homemade Spanish paella.
Camp Dakota in Scotts Mills allows visitors to choose from rustic yurts, cozy canvas tents, tipis and more solid 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.