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Albany / Corvallis KOA
33775 Oakville Road South  Albany, Oregon
10 CampedThere Reviews

The bridges of Madison County have nothing on the picturesque covered bridges here in western Oregon-not to mention the more than 700 historic structures that hark back to Albany’s boom in the 1800s. The Albany/Corvallis KOA has easy access to all the historic, cultural, sporting and natural attractions of the area, including Oregon State University. You also can visit the many wineries in Linn and Benton counties. Just 5 miles from I-5, the campground is surrounded by the evergreens of the Willamette Valley and features its own nature trail-great for bird-watching along the Calapooia River. Groups enjoy the meeting room, area catering services and hospitality. On summer Saturday nights, join in hula hoop contests and ice cream socials. From bridges to campsites, this KOA has you covered.

Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA
1100 Northwest Ridge Road  Hammond, Oregon
53 CampedThere Reviews

When Lewis and Clark arrived in Astoria in 1805, they liked it so much they built Fort Clatsop and settled in for a while. It's likely that this scenic, historic town-the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies-will have the same effect on you. Nearby are the charms of the Columbia River and Pacific Ocean: fishing, beachcombing, whale watching, sandcastle building and clam digging. You'll find all the necessary equipment in the campground store.  While in the store, browse for gifts and souvenirs.

KOA offers an ocean of activities and special events as well as an indoor pool, hot tub, Jumping Pillow, theater, mini golf, giant chess set, bike rentals, Wheelhouse cafe, and All You Can Eat pancakes daily in season and weekends off season. So much more waits for you--there's fun year round and, like Lewis and Clark, you'll feel like you've made a major discovery!

Bandon / Port Orford KOA
46612 Highway 101 South  Langlois, Oregon
13 CampedThere Reviews

Is this the enchanted forest? This KOA sure seems like it, with 8 acres of native Oregon trees creating wonderfully woodsy, secluded campsites. Add a 1/2-acre playground, heated pool, 14-foot-long hot tub, hot showers, summer pancake breakfasts with strawberries or blackberries, and you've discovered a truly magical setting. It's only a short drive to the beach, where you'll discover why this area is known as "Oregon's best-kept secret" with lighthouses, tide pools and sandy shores. With Floras Lake and the Rogue River nearby, every activity from crabbing to windsurfing is at the tips of your toes. The fun continues back at the campground during the summer with ice cream socials and free rides on the miniature train for the young or young at heart.

Note: If your motorhome or fifth wheel is over 38 feet long (not including tow vehicles), please call the campground direct so we can find a site with a "perfect fit".

Cascade Locks / Portland East KOA
841 Northeast Forest Lane  Cascade Locks, Oregon
29 CampedThere Reviews

Located in the heart of the breathtaking Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, this KOA will have you rollin' along the river in no time-whether you're cruising aboard the stern-wheeler Columbia Gorge, exploring waterfalls along the historic Columbia River Highway or hiking on Larch Mountain's trails at an elevation of 4,000 feet. Displays in the riverfront Marine Park explain the 19th-century locks that made the turbulent Columbia passable (and gave Cascade Locks its name). In nearby Hood River, the Mount Hood Railroad links the Columbia Gorge with the foothills of snowcapped Mount Hood. Camp among forested tent sites, full-hookup RV sites with 110-foot pull thrus, one- and two-room Kamping Cabins and Kamping Kottages.

Klamath Falls KOA
3435 Shasta Way  Klamath Falls, Oregon
10 CampedThere Reviews

Klamath Falls is a gateway to spectacular Crater Lake National Park, the deepest lake in the United States. Nearby, Upper Klamath Lake (the largest freshwater body west of the Rockies) offers plenty of outdoor pursuits thanks to six surrounding wildlife refuges. Our in-town campground is centrally located to shopping, golfing and many other activities. Year-round activities include a Fourth of July fireworks display, the Klamath County Fair in August and a wintertime Snowflake Festival. Our RV sites or our grassy tent sites are a great way to relax at the end of your day.

Lincoln City KOA
5298 Northeast Park Lane  Otis, Oregon
16 CampedThere Reviews

Start with a hearty breakfast from Mel's Kamper Kitchen. Then hit the beach, Devils Lake or the kite festival (one in spring, one in fall). The area boasts miles of soft beaches, perfect for whale watching, lighthouse touring and glass-float finding. Yes, the "float fairies" of the Lincoln City Visitors Bureau hide thousands of handmade, multicolored glass floats along the beaches. You'll find the same beautiful floats for sale in the campground store. At the end of the day, "float" on back to KOA, close enough to the Pacific for easy access yet inland enough to avoid coastal fog and wind. Enjoy a burger and local Tillamook ice cream. One of the local elk might even come through asking to share.

Medford / Gold Hill KOA
12297 Blackwell Road  Central Point, Oregon
9 CampedThere Reviews

In the hills of southern Oregon lies this family-oriented and peaceful campground, situated in a rural area less than a mile from the Rogue River and surrounded by farmland. Buffered by hills, it's only half a mile from I-5, conveniently located between Medford and Grants Pass. You're close to Ashland's Shakespeare Festival, Britt Music Festival in historic Jacksonville, Jackson County Fairgrounds and Expo Park, gold panning and year-round fishing, river rafting and jet boating on the Rogue River. The Oregon coast and Crater Lake are easy day trips. Return to shady tent sites, Kamping Kabins and pull thrus up to 100 feet long with free Wi-Fi, cable TV and 50-amp service. Kids will keep busy with the pool, playground, horseshoes, basketball court and rec room with video games and pool table.

Oregon Dunes KOA
68632 Hwy 101 - Mile Marker 229  North Bend, Oregon
10 CampedThere Reviews

Come camp at the Oregon Dunes KOA, the only private campground on the southern Oregon coast with ATV/ORV access to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. You're just 15 minutes by car or 2 miles through the dunes on ATVs to flat beaches. ATV rentals and dunes tours are nearby. The campground store sells unique ATV-related T-shirts, gifts and supplies. For a change of pace, hike the dunes, visit local tide pools, whale watch or storm watch-all just a short drive from the park. Locals will tell you the best time to visit is in the fall. Summer events include kids' activities, hayrides and ice cream socials with 14 toppings. An Easter egg hunt and a Thanksgiving potluck / Christmas decoration competition round out other seasonal activities. Stop by and see two 2008 additions: ATSF caboose 999319 and SP caboose 1179. This KOA will make your vacation a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

June 15 thru Labor Day, kids and adults can enjoy summer activities, and everyone digs into ice cream socials (14 toppings!) nightly. Memorial Day Scavenger hunt, our 3rd annual Easter egg hunt and 9th annual Thanksgiving potluck/Christmas decoration competition are off season activities.

Book your site online. If you can not find the date you are interested in, be sure to call us! If you are willing to "site hop", we might be able to accommodate your dates and you get a free ice cream social coupon for each night you have to move sites!

See you soon!

Pendleton KOA
1375 SE 3RD St.  Pendleton, Oregon
3 CampedThere Reviews

Our park offers a full range of amenities to accommodate your family or group's stay. The exceptional view of the Blue Mountains, along with our friendly and personalized service, is guaranteed to make your visit comfortable and enjoyable. We offer clean restrooms and shower facilities, plus a laundry area and a meeting room for groups.

Pendleton owes its establishment to the Oregon Trail emigrants of the 1840s, who traveled across the rugged Blue Mountains to reach the West. Today, those same rugged mountains and the beautiful Columbia River are just minutes from your comfortable base camp at this KOA. Spend the day exploring Pendleton's charming galleries and shops or the world-famous Pendleton Woolen Mills, which has been distributing locally made blankets and tapestries since 1909. Nearby, the Wildhorse Resort & Casino hosts many renowned entertainers and events throughout the year. Home to the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, the Pendleton area is rich in history and culture. Enjoy the comfortable facilities at the campground, including free Wi-Fi and cable TV.

Redmond / Central Oregon KOA
2435 Southwest Jericho Lane  Culver, Oregon
12 CampedThere Reviews

Set in the high desert of central Oregon, this KOA enjoys a prime location in the state's recreational wonderland with spectacular views of the Cascade Range, including Mt. Jefferson and Mt. Hood. Lake Billy Chinook-where the Deschutes, Crooked and Metolius rivers converge-and Haystack Reservoir lie less than 15 minutes away and offer every kind of water sport. Hikers, rock climbers and rockhounds are in heaven among national grasslands, national forests and Smith Rock State Park. Our campground offers plenty of recreation, too, with a heated outdoor pool, weekend ice cream socials, Pancake & sausage breakfasts, banana-bike rentals and a "pebble puppy" area for kids. Shop the campground store for gifts, groceries, fishing equipment, DVD/VHS rentals and a book exchange. Our country setting also offers green pastures and opportunity to feed the horses.

Waldport / Newport KOA
1330 NW Pacific Coast Highway  Waldport, Oregon
23 CampedThere Reviews

It is no secret that the Oregon Coast is magnificent! Mother Nature has impressed many with her amazing beauty! Our KOA is located right in the heart of all that beauty!

Our KOA sits above picturesque, Alsea Bay. Our views are incredible! In fact, Reserve America has awarded us “America’s Top 50 Views”, TWICE! From our view sites you can enjoy amazing views of Alsea Bay, Waldport’s Historic Bridge, and the Pacific Ocean.

Our area offers lots of things to amaze you. Hike a rocky coastline, discover starfish in a tide pool, or just take a walk on a quiet, sandy beach, Tour a lighthouse or the Rogue Brewery. Visit the Oregon Coast Aquarium or the Sea Lion Caves. Buy fresh-caught fish on the “Historic Bayfront” in Newport. Or catch your own! Our bay is one of the top 5 bays in Oregon for crabbing, clamming, and fishing!

We are open all year long! Anytime is a great time to go camping! Stay one night or multiple nights. We look forward to having you!

A C Mini Storage & Rv Park
2255 SE Court Ave  Pendleton, Oregon
0 CampedThere Reviews

Abert Rv Park
27148 Highway 395  Lakeview, Oregon
0 CampedThere Reviews

Agate Beach Trailer Park
6138 N Coast Hwy  Newport, Oregon
0 CampedThere Reviews

Agency Lake Resort
37000 Modoc Point Rd  Chiloquin, Oregon
1 CampedThere Reviews

Agness Rv Park
4215 Agness Rd  Agness, Oregon
0 CampedThere Reviews

Alameda Ave Trailer Park
581 NE Alameda Ave # 36  Roseburg, Oregon
0 CampedThere Reviews

Albany RV & Trailer Park
1197 Century Dr NE # 36  Albany, Oregon
0 CampedThere Reviews

Alder Acres RV Park
1800 S 28th Ct  Coos Bay, Oregon
0 CampedThere Reviews

Alta Gardens Mobile Park
4220 Summers Ln  Klamath Falls, Oregon
0 CampedThere Reviews

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