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Tranquil Umpqua National Forest Accommodation Ideal for a Getaway in Oregon
Cozy Cabin Rental for a Writer's Retreat in the Scenic Forest near Ashland, Oregon
Gorgeous Glamping Tent with a Fire Pit near Umpqua National Forest, Oregon

Visit Oregon: glamping getaways

Go glamping! Oregon is situated in the Pacific Northwest and is one of only three states to have a coastline on the Pacific Ocean. The state shares borders with Washington, Idaho, California, and Nevada, and popular cities in the region include Portland, Salem, Eugene, Bend, and Medford. Oregon is curiously nicknamed “The Beaver State” because of the animal’s importance in the state’s early history. Go glamping in Oregon and discover amazing outdoor locations like Medford, Crater Lake, Cannon Beach and more!

Best things to do in Oregon outdoors

Some of the best activities in Oregon are outdoor-related. Thanks to its simply unbelievable landscape and terrain, including rugged canyons and colorful claystone hills, glamping in Oregon means you have access to amazing outdoor activities and some of the best things to do in Oregon. Chase epic waterfalls at the Columbia River Gorge, watch the Milky Way rise over Crater Lake, hike the mesmerizing Oneonta Gorge, and witness a beautiful sunset at Trillium Lake. Check out these amazing places to visit in Oregon from the comfort of one of our Oregon pods, Eugene, Oregon vacation rentals, Ashland cabins, or any other of our Oregon vacation rentals. Go glamping! Portland has many amazing attractions and things to do, but you're missing out on many amazing vacation spots if you only stay in the city. Check out deluxe yurts, Oregon cabin rentals, and more!

Best time of year to visit Oregon

Oregon’s Pacific location is key to many of its attributes and attractions as its economy is mostly bolstered by hydroelectric power from its dams, fishing, and agriculture. The climate is also affected by its coastal position, with the state experiencing cool summers and wet winters. So if you are here in the summer for some surfing, kayaking, hiking or biking, a refreshing ocean breeze will cool you down. Whenever you decide to visit, Oregon's outdoor destinations can't be beaten when it comes to glamping: Oregon Coast, Mt. Hood, Medford, and more. Book sites for Oregon yurt camping, Oregon cabins for rent, tree houses, or anything else that catches your eye!

Best outdoor vacation spots in Oregon

Oregon is also home to one of America’s many natural wonders: Crater Lake is located in south-central Oregon and is North America’s deepest lake, with a depth of 1,949 feet. The Columbia Plateau is a striking geographic location which sprawls south from the border Washington and into much of Eastern Oregon. On its coastline, visitors can explore the sharp and imposing cliff faces which decorate the area. Mountains, peaks, and troughs accumulate throughout the rest of the state. Go luxury camping in Oregon with Glamping Hub!