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Oregon State is nestled between Washington and California and is known for its beautiful coast, volcanic mountains, crystal-clear lakes and deserts. Oregon offers some of the world-class wines, tasty food and craft beer. There are so many things that you can do in Oregon, from cycling and hiking to windsurfing and kayaking. That’s why glamping is so popular in Oregon state! 

Oregon State Regions

Central Oregon has high-deserts and mountains and is great for skiing, hiking, climbing, cycling, fishing, rafting and golfing.

Eastern Oregon has the most amazing landscapes with many canyons, twisting rivers, alpine wilderness and some ghost towns.

Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge is an outdoors heaven with fabulous river gorge, waterfalls and Oregon state’s highest peak.

363 miles of breathtaking Oregon Coastline features plenty of lighthouses, fishing villages and impressive scenery.

Portland Region is an urban core that is known for its forests, rivers, hills and many farms.

Southern Region is well- known for its wild rivers, deep caves and the magnificent Crater Lake.

Willamette Valley is Oregon’s wine region where you will find plenty of vineyards, forests, farms and craft-makers.

If you are an outdoor enthusiast who likes luxury and comfort, you must try Oregon glamping. The possibilities are endless – from safari tents and yurts to tipis and some other unique glamping accommodations you’ve never seen before. 

To help you to get started I have listed some of the best Oregon glamping sites.

Oregon Glamping Top Sites

Note regarding our price rating system: $ includes accommodations less than 100 dollars per night, $$ means you will pay between 100 and 200 dollars per night, and $$$ are pricier options charging over 200 dollars per night.

  1. Out ‘N’ About Treehouses

Out ‘N’ About Is a truly remarkable glamping site with over 17 treehouses to choose from along with plenty of outdoor activities like zip lines, horseback riding and hiking. The amenities depend on the type of treehouse.

Visit Out ‘N’ About website

Location:Cave Junction, Oregon
Amenities:Varies depending of treehouse
Great for:Couples, families, groups
Activities:Hiking, horseback riding, zip lines

  1. Loon Lake Cottages, Cabins and Yurts

Loon Lake Lodge and RV resort is located on the Oregon coastline, right on Loon Lake and offers glamping yurts, cabins and cottages with different sorts of outdoor activities available on site.

The yurts have a cozy bed, a fridge and a microwave. The toilets are shared and located outside. If you are looking for more comfort, the wooden cabins have fully-equipped kitchens and bathrooms.

Visit Loon Lake RV website

Location:Loon Lake, Oregon
Amenities:yurts sleep up to 2-4, cabins sleep up to 2-5, deli, store, gas, boat launch and rental
Great for:Couples, families
Activities:picnicking, hunting, fishing, water-skiing, sunbathing, swimming and hiking, kayaking, beach, volleyball

  1. Tipi Village Retreat

Tipi Village Retreat site is located in the Mohawk Valley near Eugene. This remote glamping site has 5 tipis available for rent. Tipis are decorated in zen style,  have comfortable beds and can accommodate up to 2 guests each with breakfast included. The bathroom and toilets are shared and located in the central building on the site.

Visit Tipi Village Retreat website

Location:Marcola, Oregon
Amenities:Sleeps up to 2, breakfast included, cozy beds, bathroom shared
Great for:couples
Activities:Reflexology, yoga sessions, hiking

  1. Otter Rock Surf Yurt

This unique glamping site is located on the Oregon coastline close to the popular Oregon’s attractions like Devils Punchbowl beach, Beverly beach and Otter Rock. A great location for anyone looking to enjoy the beautiful Oregon coastline.

The site is isolated enough to feel like you are in your own oasis, but close enough to Newport in case you want to enjoy local bars and restaurants.  

Visit The Otter Rock Surf Yurt website

Location:Beverly Beach State Park, Oregon
Amenities:Sleeps up to 4, full kitchen, bathroom, shower, gas heat stove, BBQ, surfboard racks
Great for:Families, small groups, couples
Activities:swimming, hiking, surfing

  1. Shelter Cove Resort Cabins

Located on Crescent Lake, Shelter Cove Resort offers accommodation in 8 cabins and 2 lodges. All cabins and lodges are equipped with a kitchen and full bathroom. A perfect getaway for anyone looking to go fishing, boating or hiking in Deschutes National Forest and Willamette National Forest.

Visit Shelter Cove Resort website

Location:Crescent Lake, Oregon
Amenities:Sleeps up to 2-10, bathroom, kitchen, BBQ grill, fire pit
Great for:Couples, families, groups
Activities:Fishing, boating, hiking, skiing, snow shoeing

  1. Yurt with Private Hot Springs Soaking

You can unwind in comfortable yurt located in Union county that has so much to offer. 

Close to Ladd Marsh Wildlife Area, Morgan Lake, Catherine Creek State Park, Mt. Emily Recreation Area, Eagle Cap Excursion Train you can enjoy many of the activities.

When in yurt you can spend time in the hot tub under the clear skies listening coyotes howl. The yurt has 3 beds, 1 bath and can accommodate up to 5 guests. It doesn’t have a kitchen but you can try out some delicious food on a local Farmer’s Market.

Visit Yurt with Private Hot Springs website

Location:La Grande, Oregon
Amenities:sleeps up to 5, refrigerator, heating, AC, pool, hot tub, hot water
Great for:families, small groups
Activities:biking, hiking, swimming, wildlife watching, excursion train 

  1. The Bali House Glamping

The Bali House is located on a 67-acre organic farm, just one hour of drive from Portland, Oregon in the upper Willamette Valley close to the town Silverton. This lovely glamping cabin has a full size bed with luxury bedding and can accommodate up to 2 guests. The bathroom and kitchenette are located in the barn. 

Visit The Bali House website

Location:Silver Falls State Park, Oregon
Amenities:Sleeps up to 2, full bathroom and kitchenette in the barn, patio, BBQ, campfire
Great for:couples
Activities:Hiking, swimming, boating, biking, fishing, paddling, off-roading, wildlife watching

  1. Tiny House Glamping near Astoria

This amazing tiny house is located around 6 miles south of Astoria, Oregon on a 2.5-acre private land. The owners took a shipping container and turned it into a beautiful tiny house and decorated it amazingly with  the attention to tiny details, like reading lights, cards and puzzles.

This tiny house has everything you would need for your glamping stay including a full kitchen, bath, and laundry and it can fit up to 5 guests.

Visit Tiny House Glamping website

Location:Astoria, Oregon
Amenities:Sleeps up to 5, heating, kitchen, hot water, bathroom, washer, dryer, fire pit
Great for:families, small groups, couples
Activities:Hiking, Astoria attractions

  1. Airstream Glamping by the Beach

This remarkably restored 1971 Land Yacht Sovereign Airstream is located in Pacific City on a beautiful Oregon coast. The airstream features hardwood floors, leather sofa sleeper and bunk beds with foam mattresses and the large yard. It is equipped with the full kitchen, full bathroom, fire pit and a gym. It can fit up to 4 guests.

Visit Airstream Glamping by the Beach website

Location:Pacific City, Oregon
Amenities:Sleeps up to 4, full bathroom, full kitchen, BBQ, fire pit, yard, gym
Great for:Couples, families, small groups
Activities:Hiking, swimming, star gazing

Here’s a quick summary of the best sites for Oregon Glamping:

Oregon is a place you must visit, whether you’re looking for some great outdoor adventure and activities or looking to try some of the world-class pinots or craft beers.  And if you are into camping with some luxury and comfort, I hope I’ve helped you plan your next Oregon glamping getaway.



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