7 Spectacular Thousand Trails Oregon Campgrounds You Need To See

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The entire state of Oregon is worth visiting but it should be telling that four of the amazing Thousand Trails Oregon campgrounds are located along the Oregon Coast.

The Oregon Coast has a natural beauty that draws travelers to it year after year. From boating and fishing, hiking and biking, shopping, dining or simply relaxing, these Thousand Trails make a great place to explore Oregon.

If this is your first time staying at a Thousand Trails campground check out our article about making a reservation in Thousand Trails.

1. Bend-Sunriver RV Campground

Address: 17480 S Century Dr, Bend, OR 97707

Cost: $54 / day or Free with Thousand Trails membership

If you like beer then the Bend-Sunriver RV Campground is where you want to go. Bend, Oregon is officially known as ‘Beer City, USA’ because it has more micro-breweries per capita than anywhere else in the US.

Beer isn’t all there is to offer. The campground is located on 283 acres right on the Little Deschutes River. Head out and explore the river on kayaks or just take a quick dip. Love fishing? Try and catch the local salmon, whitefish or rainbow trout.

If your more of a winter person, don’t worry! This campground is open year-round. It is located just minutes from winter fun at Mt. Bachelor, a world-class ski resort.

2. Portland Fairview RV Park

Address: 21401 NE Sandy Blvd Fairview, OR 97024

Cost: $55 / day or $20 / day with Trails Collection membership

If you want to explore the city of Portland, Portland Fairview is the perfect Thousand Trails situated just 8 miles from the Oregon city.

Like Bend, Portland has many breweries for you to try but don’t forget to try some of their famous Voodoo doughnuts! You will see people walking around with the telltale pink boxes all over the city.

If you enjoy ghost tours, make sure that you check out one of the many nightly walks to hear about the cities darker past.

Those of you who enjoy nature will love this RV parks proximity to the Colombia River Gorge and the beautiful Multnomah Falls!

3. Whalers Rest RV & Camping Resort

Address: 50 SE 123 Street South Beach, OR 97366

Cost: $54 / day or Free with Thousand Trails membership

This is the perfect place if you love the beach with its location just 500 feet from the Pacific Ocean. Beachcombing, ocean swimming, scuba diving, surfing, whale watching, and fishing are all within minutes of the campground.

On rainy days in the Oregon Coast, Thousand Trails Oregon campground visitors can enjoy the indoor swimming pool and spa or check out the local Oregon Coast Aquarium.

If the ocean isn’t your thing perhaps you’d enjoy playing pool, tennis, horseshoes, or playing a round of golf at a local course. You can also try your luck at the local Chinook Winds Casino or visit the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum. Whalers Rest is a Thousand Trails RV camping resort that truly has it all!

4. Mt Hood Village RV Resort

Address: 65000 E. Hwy 26 Welches, OR 97067

Cost: $55 / day or $20 / day with Trails Collection membership

This Thousand Trails Oregon campground is located at the base of Mt. Hood and bordered by the Salmon River. It is sure to delight any nature lover!

If you are more adventurous, check out the Mt. Hood Adventure Park which features an alpine slide where you zoom around hairpin turns as you descend the mountain. It features two tracks so you can race your family or friends.

Stop by the Wildwood Recreation Area just up the road for some great hikes through the forest and along the Salmon River.

5. Pacific City RV & Camping Resort

Address: 30000 Sandlake Rd Cloverdale, OR 97112

Cost: $55 / day or Free with Thousand Trails membership

Pacific City RV Camping is a picturesque Thousand Trails RV campground in Oregon. It is located on the Central Oregon Coastline among soaring spruce trees and dazzling ocean views. Explore activities like the nature trails, beachcombing, ocean, lake and river fishing, clamming, crabbing, tide pools, surfing, sand dunes and whale watching right from the RV campground.

At night in the cool Oregon air, you can relax around a campfire roasting hot dogs or S’mores. The slower pace of the coast will enable you to appreciate the wildlife and scenery native to Pacific City and the Thousand Trails Oregon RV campground. Make sure to grab a bag of bunny food when you check-in to feed the local resident bunnies!

At Pacific City RV Camping, the nature trail connects the RV campground to the beach for convenient access. Enjoy and escape from the heat in the summer with the cool coastal breeze. If you visit in the fall make sure to pick wild huckleberries and blackberries. Enjoy whale watching in the wintertime while sitting next to a cracklin’ fire.

6. South Jetty RV & Camping Resort

Address: 5010 S Jetty Rd Florence, OR 97439

Cost: $54 / day or Free with Thousand Trails membership

South Jetty RV Resort and Campground offers a great place to park it when visiting Florence Oregon and the Oregon Coast. Surrounded by State Parks, Sandy Beaches, and loads of trees you’ll feel like you’re tucked away in nature away from it all.

Within a few miles there’s more than enough to keep you busy: Take out the Quads on the Sand Dunes, Try your hand at Sand Boarding, Get some grub in Florence, or take to the skies with a helicopter ride.

If you want to camp in the middle of it all yet feel like you’re in the middle of nature then check out the Thousand Trails South Jetty RV Resort and Campground.

7. Seaside RV Resort

Address: 1703 12th Avenue Seaside, OR 97138

Cost: $54 / day or Free with Thousand Trails membership

Indoor and outdoor recreation facilities make this Oregon Coast RV campground and preserve a year-round vacation destination.

Surrounded by scenic and historic sites, Seaside RV Resort guests can go whale watching, hiking, biking, salt-water fishing and swimming in the summer. Or visit the Lewis and Clark historical sites, the air museum, the Seaside Aquarium, and the factory outlet stores when staying at Seaside RV Resort in the Oregon Coast’s cooler months.

A highlight of this Thousand Trails’ Oregon Coast RV campground is an indoor pool and spa!

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  1. *Thousand Trails members with park to park privileges can go directly from a Trails Collection park to a Thousand Trails park and vice versa. You can not go directly from a Trails Collection park to a Trails Collection park.
    Around Arizona … this is a deal buster for me a Platinum park to Park member! Sorry I’m out.

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