The Oregon National Forest, renamed the Mount Hood National Forest in 1924, is the perfect place to escape to and switch off as you explore the bountiful attractions of nature. It was established in the early 1900s to preserve almost two million acres, including the Cascade National Forest and the Bull Run National Forest. With peaks, valleys, trees, and rivers, it is a great place if you are looking to escape and reconnect with the environment. If you want to bring your pet along too, then camping with pets near the Oregon National Forest has never been easier with the selection of pet-friendly accommodations that range from huts and cottages to cabins and even tree houses! You will both love exploring this diverse landscape together.