Champoeg State Heritage Area: The campground at Champoeg State Heritage Area sits near where Oregon's first provisional government was formed in 1843—and hosts more than 80 tent and RV sites, six yurts, and six cabins. The campground sits at the eastern edge of the park, not far from the shores of the Willamette River, but offers easy access to Champoeg’s disc golf course, hiking and biking paths, and other attractions.
Bicycle Boater Campground in Independence: Are you riding the Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway this summer—or planning another fun bikepacking adventure elsewhere in the region? If your travels bring you through Independence, consider a stop at the community's Bicycle Boater Campground. The quiet green space sits along the Willamette River (and just one block from downtown Independence) and offers a variety of amenities for dedicated cyclists and paddlers—including showers, a bike repair station, drinking water, and Wi-Fi.
Detroit Lake State Recreation Area: Heading to Detroit Lake this summer? There are few better places to spend the night than the campground at Detroit Lake State Recreation Area. In all, nearly 300 tent and RV sites sit along the forested shore of Detroit Lake in the West Cascades—complete with horseshoe pits, a basketball court, a volleyball area, playground, two boat ramps, and a fishing dock. Hot showers and flush toilets are available, as well.
Phoenix RV Park: Near the northern edge of Salem, not far from where the city begins to give way to lush farmland, the family-owned Phoenix RV Park offers a relaxing stay with a suite of modern amenities. Highlights include 107 full-hookup sites, pull-through and back-in spots, Wi-Fi, cable television, on-site laundromats, bath and shower facilities, and more.
Hee Hee Illahee RV Resort: The pet-friendly Hee Hee Illahee RV Resort sits at the northern edge of the Salem area and offers a wide range of amenities to go along with its more than 125 full-hookup sites. Your stay includes wired or wireless internet access, an on-site clubhouse (complete with a full kitchen, exercise room, and video games), a seasonal pool, an on-site laundromat, and more.
Premier RV Resort: Just west of Salem, across the Willamette River and surrounded by farmland, sits Premier RV Resort. The peaceful, tree-lined resort boasts nearly 200 full-hookup sites, along with three yurts, a smattering of tent sites, laundry services, an off-leash dog area, a playground, and other fun offerings.
Camp Dakota: The popular campground and adventure park sits in the heart of the West Cascades—and offers a variety of thrilling outdoor adventures. If you're staying the night, Camp Dakota hosts yurts, RV and tent sites, glamping tents, and other fun accommodations. During the day, you and your crew can enjoy the surrounding forests through zip line rides, paintball games, a high ropes challenge course, an 18-hole disc golf course, and more.