10 Oregon Campsites for Your End of Summer Bucket List

Oregon, United States

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There's still plenty of time to squeeze in a few more summer camping trips.

From the coast's rocky cliffs and sandy beaches to the waterfalls and pristine lakes in the Cascade Mountains, Oregon has more than a few ideal places to stake your tent. With the summer slowly but surely winding down, it's time to make sure you've gotten all you can out of these prized few months of sunny PNW bliss. We're just a few weeks out from the official end of summer, but we're willing to bet you can knock at least a couple of these spots of your list before then. Check out some of our favorite campsites in Oregon and send your summer of adventure out on a high note!

1. Hike and Camp at Smith Rock


Photo: Jessica Dales

2. Camp and Soak in Alvord Hot Springs


Photo: Josiah Roe

3. Camp at Lost Lake


Photo: Austin Jackson

4. Camp in Silver Falls State Park


Photo: Austin Jackson

5. Camp along the Shore at Sparks Lake


Photo: Eric Johnson

6. Camp and Hike Chinidere Mountain


Photo: Seth Whelden

7. Camp at Scott Lake


Photo: Elliot Kramer

8. Camp at Leslie Gulch


Photo: Mike Sanders

9. Camp at Nehalem Bay State Park


Photo: Andrew Hoang

10. Camp at Harris Beach SP


Photo: John Entwistle

Published: August 24, 2017

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