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Have you ever gone camping with your kids? Camping is such an amazing way to vacation, which is especially true during these times when we can’t seem to do other kinds of travel.
If you are planning a late summer, or even fall camping trip with your kids in Oregon, I have some seriously awesome suggestions for you! We have traveled throughout this awesome state and we have found that these are the best campgrounds in Oregon for kids.
These campgrounds in Oregon are full of awesome views, tons of activities, and so much more.
The Best Campgrounds in Oregon for Kids
Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort
I have a confession. I do love the entire Pacific Northwest, but I love Central Oregon the most. It is seriously my favorite area. Sisters might just be my favorite Central Oregon town. The adorable little western themed town is full of quaint shops and neat things to see. If you are looking for a fun place to stay in Sisters, you should definitely check out the Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort?
This resort is home to a playground, private fishing pond, mini golf course, pool and hot tub! There are so many fun things for the kids to do.
If your family considers themselves adventurous, then you are going to love Camp Dakota! The activities at this camp include zip lines, rock climbing, paintball, disc golf, gold panning, treasure hunting and more! You can even have a pizza delivered right to your campsite.
You can bring an RV, bring a tent or rent a yurt or teepee. Does your family like to adventure?
Pacific City RV & Camping Resort
Pacific City has long been our favorite coastal town in Oregon. If you have not yet been there, you are missing out. There is a giant dune that the kids will love to climb and delicious restaurants, a couple really great coffee shops and an old fashioned ice cream stand that will keep you coming back.
Now, enough about the town, let’s learn about the Pacific City RV and Camping Resort! This resort is home to awesome beach access, plus fun amenities such as basketball courts, a mini golf course, a swimming pool, playgrounds, and more.
Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA Resort
Of all the KOA campgrounds in Oregon, this one might just be the best!
History buffs will love it as it is located close to Fort Clatsop (Lewis & Clark, anyone?), it is close to the beach (yay!), and as far as kid friendly amenities go, it is second to none. Check out this list of fun activities for the kids:
- Mini-golf course
- TVs with cable
- Jumping pillow
- Bike rentals
- Movie nights
- Basketball court
- 2 swimming pools
- And more!
Whalers Rest RV and Camping Resort
If your kids love the beach, head to Newport and check out the Whalers Rest RV & Camping Resort.
Kid friendly activities here include a swimming pool, game room, club house, a mini golf course, a disc golf course and more!
Beverly Beach Campground
Here’s another awesome beach campground that the kids will love! The Beverly Beach Campground is a favorite for many. I’m not kidding, I have at least 20 FB friends who spend their vacations here each and every year.
That’s because Beverly Beach campground is home to an amazing beach that is perfect for all of the fun things that kids love to do on the beach (kite flying, sandcastle building, etc).
Wallowa Lake State Park
If you have never been to the Wallowa Mountains, you need to go now! It is seriously one of the greatest destinations in Oregon.
The Wallowa Lake State Park Campground is perfect for kids too! It is home to playgrounds, lots of kid-friendly activities, a fun junior ranger program, and even an amphitheater.
Loon Lake Resort
Did you know that Oregon has a Loon Lake? We discovered this a couple of years ago!
Loon Resort is located in the hills east of Reedsport. There are less kid-specific amenities here, but boy oh boy will the kids love it! Here you will find a gorgeous white sandy beach with a roped off swimming area, a volleyball court, and you can even rent a paddle board or peddle boat for lots of fun!
There are also fun hikes nearby and don’t forget, you are just a half hour or so from the ocean! You can explore much of what the great state of Oregon has to offer at just this one place.