Oregon’s Best Kept Camping Secret Is This Waterfront Spot With More Than 50 Glorious Campsites

Oregon’s camping game is strong. Whether you’re looking to spend the night in an old-growth forest or high desert, the beach or the backcountry, you can pitch a tent and enjoy a truly wondrous camping experience pretty much anywhere in the Beaver State. But if you’re looking for a place that’s a bit more off the beaten path, there’s a waterfront spot in Willamette National Forest that boasts more than 50 glorious campgrounds, and it’s about as picture-perfect as it gets.

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Have you been camping at Waldo Lake in Oregon before? If so, please share your experience in the comments below! Learn more and reserve your waterfront spot at Waldo Lake by visiting Recreation.gov or the USDA Forest Services website.

Craving a last-minute camping adventure in the Beaver State? (We don’t blame you!) Oregon State Parks offers more than 50 beautiful campgrounds, and these nine sites are the best no-reservation places to camp in the state.

Address: Waldo Lake, Oregon, USA