While Oregon state parks and campgrounds are still closed, including dispersed camping, the state has eased camping restrictions with more camping opportunities becoming available as federal, state, local and private providers prepare their grounds. According to Campendium, Curry County has re-opened Boice Cope Campground, Douglas-County-managed campgrounds re-opened to state residents in self-contained RVs only,, and Linn County has rolled out re-openings of county managed camping facilities.
As with Washington, all the Oregon state Thousand Trails and Good Sam Club RV parks have remained open. Bay Point Landing in Coos Bay have their luxe RV sites available, and there are also an abundance of open and running KOA campgrounds to choose from, all of which are listed below:
Cascade Locks/Portland East KOA
Bandon/Port Orford KOA
Grants Pass KOA
Klamath Falls KOA
Medford/Gold Hill KOA
Oregon Dunes KOA
Now that you know where you can go camping in the Pacific Northwest, all that’s left to do is find the perfect vessel for your adventure, and hit the open road! NW Adventure Rentals makes this easy with two fleets of luxury motorhomes and travel trailers, located in Seattle, all fully self-contained and stocked with everything you need. We have something for everyone, whether it be a small tow-behind for two, or a glamorous Class A RV for your big family! You can rest assured that our vehicles are clean and sanitized according to WHO and CDC guidelines. Here is a link to see how we are taking precautions for your safety.
For more great camping information, tips, and tricks, please feel free to browse our website. For further information on renting a clean, fully-furnished RV from NW Adventure Rentals’ Seattle fleet, don’t hesitate to contact us at anytime! Happy camping!