Camp In The Forest, Then Walk Under A Bridge To The Beach When You Stay At Oregon's Beverly Beach
By Catherine Armstrong|Updated on April 15, 2023(Originally published April 10, 2023)
Writer, editor and researcher with a passion for exploring new places. Catherine loves local bookstores, independent films, and spending time with her family, including Gus the golden retriever, who is a very good boy.
One of the best things about Oregon’s coast is that you can enjoy the forest and the beach at the same time. Beverly Beach Campground is one of the best spots to enjoy both, and you’re going to want to pay it a visit as soon as you can.
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What are some of the best campgrounds in Oregon?
Oregon is a unique state in that it has wonderful oceanside camping, desert camping, as well as state forest campgrounds with lush trees and stunning waterfalls. Here are a few of the best campgrounds in Oregon for all types of adventures:
Green Mountain Campground, Silver Lake, OR: This Central Oregon campground is a unique experience with lava flows, cinder cones, and a desert landscape completely different from the lush green forests and oceanside beaches in other parts of the state. One benefit of the wide-open landscape is the beautiful clear night skies.
Nehalem Bay State Park, Manzanita, OR: Another unique camping experience on the Oregon Coast is Nehalem Bay, with its amazing ocean views, sandy beaches, and cool sand dunes to explore. Nehalem Bay is a wonderful spot for kayaking, fishing, and canoeing. The campground is accessible via the usual methods, but also by horseback or even small aircraft with the nearby airstrip.
Smith Rock State Park, Terrebonne, OR: With absolutely stunning rock formations for climbing, this High Desert state park is a must-visit if you are looking for a climbing adventure. Located in Central Oregon in Deschutes County, you'll enjoy epic views of the river as you pitch your tent and light your campfire.
Valley of the Rogue River State Park, Gold Hill, OR: This state park in Southwest Oregon certainly has one of the most adventurous sounding names, and the scenic views and gorgeous landscape are definitely deserving of the adventurous name. With wild white water rapids, salmon runs, and epic overlooks, camping anywhere in the park will create wonderful memories.