Free Guide to Northwest Camping
Central Oregon Campgrounds
Arlington RV Park in North Central Oregon
Beavertail Campground on the Deschutes River
Big Bend Campground Near Prineville and Bend
Castle Rock Campground Near Prineville and Bend
Celilo Park on the Columbia River in Oregon
Chimney Rock Campground Near Prineville and Bend
Cobble Rock Campground Near Prineville and Bend
Deschutes River State Park in North Central Oregon
Devil's Post Pile Camping Near Prineville and Bend
Dufur City Park in Central Oregon
Giles French Park on the Columbia River in Central Oregon
Jones Canyon Campground on the Deschutes River
LePage Park on the Columbia River and the John Day River
Lone Pine Campground Near Prineville and Bend
Lower Palisades Campground Near Prineville and Bend
Macs Canyon Campground on the Deschutes River
Memaloose State Park Along the Columbia River in Oregon
Poison Butte Campground Near Prineville and Bend
Prineville Reservoir State Park Near Bend and Prineville
Rattlesnake Campground on the Deschutes River
Still Water or Stillwater Campground Near Bend and Prineville
Toll Bridge Park near Hood River Oregon
Tucker Park Near Hood River
Twin Springs Campground on the Deschutes River
Tygh Valley Fairgrounds and Hunt Park Camping
Viento State Park Along the Columbia River in Oregon
Central Oregon has something for every camper! Tent camping at the foot of Mount Hood, RV camping beside the mighty Columbia River, free camping at Oregon's own Painted Desert near the John Day Fossil Beds or lakeside camping in the forested lava beds near Lava Beds National Monument. Central Oregon was made for outdoor enthusiasts. Among the many available activities throughout this pristine area are camping, hiking, snow skiing, water skiing, para-surfing, sail boarding, hunting, fishing, fossil hunting, rock climbing, mountain climbing, white water rafting, golfing, well... pretty much anything you can think of. And you can RV camp or tent camp right at the location that best suites your chosen outdoor fun.
The Columbia River geographically separates central Oregon from Washington on the northern edge of this area. To the west is the Cascade mountain range, to the east are millions of acres of rolling hills and home to enormous grain ranches. The city of Bend and its surrounding lava fields marks the southern end of the central Oregon area.
Central Oregon offers many dozens of RV and tent campgrounds. Opportunities to camp range from the idyllic State Of Oregon campgrounds, privately owned campgrounds and US Forest Service campgrounds.
Bring your fishing pole, golf clubs, telescope, a camera, or just your favorite lawn chair and be prepared to be amazed by the natural beauty and diversity offered near RV camping and tent camping sites throughout central Oregon.
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