Some Oregon State Park campgrounds open Friday, more by June 9
SALEM, Oregon – After announcing last week that state campgrounds would begin opening June 9The Oregon Department of Parks and Recreation provided a more detailed schedule for camping in the state on Friday.
A few campgrounds open immediately, but the vast majority will open on June 9.
“I am cautiously delighted. We are working hard to accommodate campers wherever we can safely, as soon as possible, ”said Lisa Sumption, Director of the OPRD.
Campgrounds are only allowed to open if they meet state public health guidelines, receive approval from the local community, and if the park has enough staff, supplies and equipment to open. safely and “operate at a basic level”.
Due to the loss of revenue in the previous shutdown months, park officials said services at most campgrounds would be cut. Camping in cabins and yurts will not be available “except in rare cases”. Group camping remains closed statewide, due to distancing issues.
RV and tent campers with existing reservations for an opening campground will be honored starting June 9. Not all sites or loops may be available in open campgrounds. For parks in the Coastal Region, there will be no walk-in or first-come, first-served camping until further notice.
Additionally, the state’s online reservation system has been closed since April 28. It will reopen for new bookings next week with a reduced window – between one day and two weeks in advance.
The following campgrounds open on Friday May 29th. Others can be added to this list without formal announcement:
The vast majority of campgrounds will open on June 9 across Oregon:
Note: All group campsites, cabins and yurts closed. No walk-in or first-come, first-served camping until further notice. Additional services or changes will be on the park page.
- Fort-Stevens, near Astoria
- Cape Belvedere, near Tillamook (A & B loops closed)
- Nehalem Bay, south of Cannon Beach
- Beverly Beach, north of Newport
- south beach, south of Newport
- Jessie M. Honeyman, south of Florence
- William M. Tugman, south of Reedsport
- Sunset bay, near Coos Bay (loop B closed)
- Bullards Beach, north of Bandon: (Equestrian cage closed)
- Humbug Mountain, south of Port Orford
- Harris Beach, at Brookings
Willamette Valley and Columbia River Gorge
Note: All group campsites, cabins and yurts closed. Additional services or changes will be on the park page.
Southern, Central and Eastern Oregon
Note: All group campsites, cabins and yurts are closed, unless otherwise specified. Additional services or changes will be on the park page.
- The palisades of the cove, southwest of Madras
- Prineville Reservoir, southeast of Prineville
- Smith Rock, north-east of Redmond (camping bivouac in tents only)
- Deschutes River, east of Les Dalles
- Rabbit, south of Bend (camping and rustic cabins open)
- Tumalo, north of Bend
- Memorial Necklace, north of Klamath Falls
- Joseph stewart, northeast of Medford
- Wallowa Lake, south-east of Enterprise
- Goodbye turn, southeast of Huntington
- Clyde Holliday, near John Day