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Outings in Oregon's State Parks

From the state's canyon-carved interior to its whale patrolled shoreline, Oregon's great outdoors offer infinite variety. Explore historic military forts and abandoned pioneer villages, ascend precipitous peaks and loll on its beaches. Oregon has something to offer one and all.

State Parks in Oregon: Top Accommodations

House Warrenton
May 13 - May 20
-57%
$284
$122 per night
House ∙ 10 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

House in Warrenton with Patio & Grill + Lake Views

5.0
Outstanding (26 ratings)
Warrenton, Clatsop County, Oregon
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House Barview
May 5 - May 12
-59%
$240
$99 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

House in Barview with Pool, Yard & Patio

4.1
Very good (69 ratings)
Barview, Coos County, Oregon
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House Sunriver
Apr 24 - May 1
-52%
$240
$116 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Vacation Home in Sunriver with American Barbecue

4.5
Excellent
Sunriver, Deschutes County, Oregon
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Best Oregon State Parks for Families

Best Oregon State Parks for Families

Civil war history and Oregon's oldest General Store, kayaking along the Clackmas and bat hunting. Your family will be enthralled by these Oregon State Parks:

  • 1. Fort Stevens State Park

    Fort Stevens was in service for 84 years, from the Civil War until World War II. The present park unfolds for 4,300 acres that feature recreational as well as historical attractions. Comb the beaches or swim in the freshwater lake. Follow the trails to a shipwreck and discover the historic military fort. Six miles of hiking and biking trails penetrate pine and hemlock forests and skirt bluffs and sand dunes. Canoeists and fishermen strike out on Coffenbury Lake.

  • 2. Champoeg State Heritage Area

    Pioneer history and river trails for biking and hiking unfurl at the Oregon State Park which is home to the historic Butteville store, the state's oldest. Wander through the wetlands to choruses of birdsong or take a tour of the Pioneer Mothers Log Cabin museum for an authentic glimpse into the region's history. Kids will also love the 1860s garden tucked behind the Visitor Center.

  • 3. Milo McIver State Park

    Kayakers paddle along the sparkling Clackamas River at this stunning state park. A 27-hole golf course welcomes sporting families, while animal lovers will be thrilled by the Bat Trail which takes you on a tour of the park's colony which is home to four different species. Estacada Lake is beloved of fishermen and jumping with salmon and steelhead. Grill your catch at the picnic area.

Best Places to Stay for State Parks in Oregon

Apartment Silver Falls State Park
Apr 6 - Apr 13
$140 per night
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Apartment in Silverton with Free Parking

5.0
Outstanding (74 ratings)
Silver Falls State Park, Marion County, Oregon, United States
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Best Oregon State Parks for Hiking

Best Oregon State Parks for Hiking

Panoramic views from mountains and canyons spur hikers to take to Oregon's trails. Head down the trails in these state parks for thrilling glimpses of wildlife and waterfalls:

  • 1. Silver Falls State Park

    Crashing two hundred foot to the canyon floor, the celebrated South Falls are only one of the waterfalls you will pass on the 7 mile loop trail at Silver Falls. Often called the jewel of Oregon's State Parks system, the park stretches for nine thousand acres in the lower reaches of the Cascade Mountains. Over 35 miles of trails for mountain biking, hiking and horse back riding. Keep your eyes peeled for cougars and bears as you hike, though they more often keep to the remotest regions of the park.

  • 2. Cape Lookout State Park

    Eight miles of winding walking trails curl like vines through verdant forest. Follow the Cape Lookout Trail to the headland where you can enjoy views over the glittering water. You might even spot a whale. Don't forget the Nature Trail, a far shorteer wander, which is planted with native trees and plants marked with guiding plaques. Beaches stretch for three miles to the end of Netarts spit. Tides permitting, this makes for another spectacular walk.

  • 3. Saddle Mountain State Natural Area

    These silent woodlands are secretly ribboned with trails and feature stunning geological formations and sprays of wild flowers according to the season. Alder and Sitka trees mantle the stretch between the beach and the mountain. Hike the to the mountain at dawn and return to the beach for lunch.

Recommended Accommodations for State Parks in Oregon

House Lewis and Clark National Historical Park
Jul 22 - Jul 29
-14%
$273
$234 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

House in Warrenton with Grill & Patio + Scenic Views

4.3
Very good (152 ratings)
Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Clatsop County, Oregon, United States
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House Lewis and Clark National Historical Park
Dec 1 - Dec 8
-68%
$310
$98 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Vacation Home in Warrenton with Patio, Yard & Grill + Great Views

4.7
Excellent (150 ratings)
Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Clatsop County, Oregon, United States
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House Lewis and Clark National Historical Park
May 4 - May 11
-47%
$263
$140 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

House in Warrenton with Electric Fireplace

4.0
Very good (1 rating)
Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Clatsop County, Oregon, United States
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Best Oregon State Parks for Adventure Sports

Best Oregon State Parks for Adventure Sports

From vast basalt basins to eagle-watched rivers and superb surfing beaches, Oregon is an outdoor playground for adventure sports fans. Here are some of the top state parks:

  • 1. Smith Rock State Park

    Climbers will love Smith Rock State Park, where the views over the plunging river canyons are stunning. You might even spot a golden eagle or prairie falcon flying high over the park. There are thousands of climbing paths in the park. As you follow its warren of trails, look for mule deer and beaver.

  • 2. Ecola State Park

    With coastline stretching for nine miles Ecola State Park is the perfect destination for all manner of water sports. Wander amid the tide pools and take in the ocean vistas at Tillamoook Head or explore the abandoned lighthouse. The park's trail system is interconnected with the Oregon Coast Trail as well as a historical interpretative trail called the Clatsop Loop. As you play in the water, look out at the sea stacks that line the shore off Cannon Beach, backed by mountains. Surfing at Indian Beach draws visitors from miles around.

  • 3. Cottonwood Canyon State Park

    Hike or ride through the Cottonwood River Canyon which is littered with basalt blocks. The largest of Oregon's state parks, Cottonwood is a haven for fishermen as its rivers are teeming with bass and steelhead.

Top Offers for State Parks in Oregon

House Smith Rock State Park
Jun 3 - Jun 10
$200 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Vacation Home in Terrebonne with Patio

4.9
Outstanding (27 ratings)
Smith Rock State Park, Deschutes County, Oregon, United States
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House Smith Rock State Park
Apr 20 - Apr 27
$229 per night
House ∙ 10 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

House in Terrebonne with Kiddy Pool + Canyon Views

5.0
Outstanding (151 ratings)
Smith Rock State Park, Deschutes County, Oregon, United States
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Cabin Smith Rock State Park
May 16 - May 23
$237 per night
Cabin ∙ 7 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Rustic Cabin in Terrebonne with Grill & Patio + Mountain View

5.0
Outstanding (94 ratings)
Smith Rock State Park, Deschutes County, Oregon, United States
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Information about Oregon State Parks

📏 Average home size 184 m²
😎 Least busy month April
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🌡️ Hottest months July and August
❄️ Coldest months December and January
🌧️ Rainiest months 20 rainy days in January and March

Frequently Asked Questions

Oregon State Parks: What is the nightly price for a stay?

The average rate for a rental in Oregon is between $284 and $438 per night.

Can I find a vacation home for a group of guests for Oregon State Parks?

House rental in Oregon on average fits 8 people.

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