Top Cabin Camping near Fall Creek Lake

Cabin camping is an amazing way to experience Fall Creek Lake, while still enjoying a little rustic luxury. The Dyrt is the ultimate place to find cabins for your next outdoor adventure near Fall Creek Lake. Each cabin rental offers quick access to one or more of Fall Creek Lake's most popular destinations.

Best Cabin Camping Sites Near Fall Creek Lake, OR (30)

    Camper-submitted photo from Dexter Shores RV Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Dexter Shores RV Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Dexter Shores RV Park

    1.

    Dexter Shores RV Park

    5 Reviews
    3 Photos
    22 Saves
    Dexter, Oregon
    • Pets
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
    • RVs
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    2.

    River Bend County Park

    14 Reviews
    44 Photos
    156 Saves
    Cascadia, Oregon

    River Bend County Park, nestled near Foster, Oregon, is a gem for campers looking to escape the hustle and bustle. This campground is open year-round and offers a variety of accommodations, including tent sites, RV spots, and cozy cabins. The park is big-rig friendly and has electric and water hookups, making it a convenient spot for RV travelers.

    One of the standout features here is the South Santiam River, which provides a perfect backdrop for swimming, floating in tubes, and even fishing. The river is easily accessible via well-maintained trails, and there are plenty of spots to relax and enjoy the water. If you're into more land-based activities, there's a playground and a large field for games, making it a great place for families with kids.

    The campground itself is known for being clean and well-maintained. The showers and bathrooms are kept in good condition, and the camp hosts are friendly and helpful. Each site comes with a picnic table and a fire pit, although fire restrictions can apply during particularly hot and dry periods.

    For those who like a bit of reading during their downtime, there's a book exchange at the check-in kiosk. And if you need to dump your tanks, there's a sanitary dump station on-site, though it can get busy, so plan accordingly.

    Overall, River Bend County Park offers a peaceful and scenic camping experience with plenty of amenities to keep you comfortable. Whether you're looking to play in the river, explore the trails, or just kick back and relax, this campground has something for everyone.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $26 - $70 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Belknap Hot Springs Lodge and Gardens
    Camper-submitted photo from Belknap Hot Springs Lodge and Gardens
    Camper-submitted photo from Belknap Hot Springs Lodge and Gardens
    Camper-submitted photo from Belknap Hot Springs Lodge and Gardens
    Camper-submitted photo from Belknap Hot Springs Lodge and Gardens
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    3.

    Belknap Hot Springs Lodge and Gardens

    20 Reviews
    102 Photos
    179 Saves
    Willamette National Forest, Oregon

    Belknap Hot Springs is located on the McKenzie River, one of Central Oregon's hidden jewels and is great for camping near Eugene. Open 365 days of the year with our two mineral hot spring pools and many acres of gardens including the extravagant Secret Garden, Belknap offers a relaxing experience not soon to be forgotten. NO WALK IN TENT CAMPING STARTING November 1, 2019 until April 1st 2020.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $38 - $550 / night

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    4.

    Clark Creek Organization Campground

    3 Reviews
    1 Photo
    6 Saves
    Lowell, Oregon

    Overview

    Clark Creek, located 12 miles northeast of Lowell, Oregon, is a fantastic group campground built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It features five sleeping structures with platform sleeping bunks, plus a large field to pitch tents, play baseball and volleyball or throw a Frisbee. Several hiking and biking trails, swimming areas and open fields offer fun opportunities for large groups with varied interests.

    Recreation

    The campground offers a baseball field and horseshoe pits, and a volleyball net can be set up on the field. A few footpaths meander through the recreation area. One connects the sleeping shelters to Big Falls Creek and another links to the Ta-Wa-Si Chapel. The Fall Creek Trail Area is worth exploring, including the Clark Creek Nature Trail.

    Facilities

    The campground offers a baseball field and horseshoe pits, and a volleyball net can be set up on the field. A few footpaths meander through the recreation area. One connects the sleeping shelters to Big Falls Creek and another links to the Ta-Wa-Si Chapel. The Fall Creek Trail Area is worth exploring, including the Clark Creek Nature Trail.

    Natural Features

    Clark Creek runs through the campground and connects with Big Fall Creek in the Willamette Valley. Willamette National Forest spans 1.6 million acres on the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains.

    • Pets
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Cabins
    • Tent Cabin
    • Trash

    $212 - $242 / night

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      5.

      The Willamettans

      1 Review
      8 Saves
      Marcola, Oregon

      Willamettans was founded in 1953. The 40 acre grounds filled with mature trees, native vegetation and beautiful gardens gives you a chance to release your worries and enjoy frequent sightings of deer and birds. Willamettans is a modern RV resort as well as cabins and trailers to rent. Willamettans also offers wooded tent sites for camping.

      Designed for nudists and those daring to experience the ultimate freedom of nudity, Willamettans prides itself on maintaining accepted naturist etiquette. Enjoy all the facilities, activities, dining and Full Moon Saloon in the nude. Shed your every inhibition and step into the freedom of Willamettans.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • RVs

      $17 - $65 / night

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      6.

      Olallie Campground

      8 Reviews
      17 Photos
      87 Saves
      Mckenzie Bridge, Oregon

      Overview

      Nestled on the banks of the McKenzie River and Olallie Creek, Olallie Campground provides a superb setting for a getaway into nature. The lower loop offers mesmerizing views of both the river and the creek while the upper loop is set further in the trees with many sites facing the creek. The McKenzie River is a tributary of the Willamette River that runs for 90 miles, flowing into the southernmost end of the Willamette Valley. There are 16 campsites, for which 15 are reservable.__ Sites can accommodate vehicles and trailers up to 35 feet in length.__ There are 4 sites that have short parking spurs, on uneven slopes, and are recommended as tent sites only/not suitable for RV parking.__ Drinking water is available via one hand pump well which is located on the lower loop.__ There are two accessible double vault toilet buildings; one on the upper road and one on the lower.__ Trash receptacles are located in the campground. Reservations may be made up to 6 months in advance of arrival date by reserving online at RECREATION.GOV or by calling 877-444-6777.

      Recreation

      Fishing, rafting and swimming are three top activities in the river. A day use picnic area is also available at the campground. Nearby is the 26 mile McKenzie River National Recreation Trail, which provides access to world class mountain biking and hiking.

      Facilities

      Fishing, rafting and swimming are three top activities in the river. A day use picnic area is also available at the campground. Nearby is the 26 mile McKenzie River National Recreation Trail, which provides access to world class mountain biking and hiking.

      Natural Features

      Olallie Campground is located in the midsection of the Cascades mountain range in western Oregon. The Willamette National Forest stretches for 110 miles with varied landscapes of high mountains, narrow canyons, cascading streams, and wooded slopes.

      Nearby Attractions

      McKenzie Pass-Santiam Pass National Scenic Byway, McKenzie River National Recreation Trail (hiking and mountain biking destination), and McKenzie Wild and Scenic River for boating and fishing. Fishing, rafting and swimming are three top activities in the river. A day use picnic area is also available at the campground.

      contact_info

      For facility specific information, please call (541) 822-3381.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • RVs
      • Tents
      • Group
      • Cabins

      $23 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Musick Guard Station
      Camper-submitted photo from Musick Guard Station
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      7.

      Musick Guard Station

      1 Review
      6 Photos
      11 Saves
      Westfir, Oregon

      Overview

      Musick Guard Station is located in a remote setting in southwestern Oregon, offering visitors a glimpse into a historic mining community in Umpqua National Forest. Situated atop a narrow forested ridge between Fairview Peak and Grouse Mountain, the guard station and outbuildings were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1934 to provide fire protection to the Bohemia Mining district. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Musick Guard Station became an important public contact point and administrative center for the Forest Service. Later it was used as summer barracks for trail crews and firefighting crews. The Guard Station was named after the nearby Musick Mine, a major gold producing mine in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Today the guard station continues to offer visitors a unique lodging experience and plenty of opportunities for relaxation and recreation. This site is located in National Forest System lands. These sites are popular with the recreating public so you may find visitors interested in the area and the facilities. While you do not have to let them inside the facility they are allowed to be in the area.

      Recreation

      For hiking and sightseeing, the nearby Bohemia Mountain Trail leads up a steep grade to the rocky summit of Bohemia Mountain, the highest point on the Cottage Grove Ranger District. Just east of the summit along a ridgeline hikers will be treated to dramatic views of the Cascade mountains and a wildflowers blooming along rocky outcrops and bluffs in late June through early August. For history buffs and fortune seekers, Musick Mine, one of the most productive gold mines in the district during the late 1800s and into the early 1900s, is a point of interest not to be overlooked. The area is named after James "Bohemia" Johnson, a mountaineer and prospector, who discovered gold-bearing quartz in 1863. The discovery created much short-lived excitement in the valley, but settlers soon realized the gold had to be extracted from the rock by machinery, not panned from the many streambeds, and by 1910 most of the ore had been removed. Some mining continues today.

      Facilities

      For hiking and sightseeing, the nearby Bohemia Mountain Trail leads up a steep grade to the rocky summit of Bohemia Mountain, the highest point on the Cottage Grove Ranger District. Just east of the summit along a ridgeline hikers will be treated to dramatic views of the Cascade mountains and a wildflowers blooming along rocky outcrops and bluffs in late June through early August. For history buffs and fortune seekers, Musick Mine, one of the most productive gold mines in the district during the late 1800s and into the early 1900s, is a point of interest not to be overlooked. The area is named after James "Bohemia" Johnson, a mountaineer and prospector, who discovered gold-bearing quartz in 1863. The discovery created much short-lived excitement in the valley, but settlers soon realized the gold had to be extracted from the rock by machinery, not panned from the many streambeds, and by 1910 most of the ore had been removed. Some mining continues today.

      Natural Features

      Musick Guard Station is surrounded by rugged summits up to 6,000 feet in elevation, and steep, heavily forested slopes of fir, spruce and hemlock. Nearby Fairview Peak, located in the heart of the Bohemia Mining District at an elevation of 5,933 feet, provides an excellent panoramic view of the surrounding area. On a clear day, the Cascade Range peaks can be viewed from Mt. Hood to the north and Mount McLoughlin to the south. Large mammals such as elk, deer, black bear, and cougar, as well as the smaller residents like squirrels, fox, raccoons and bats, are supported by the area's diverse forest habitats.Learn more about bear safety.

      Nearby Attractions

      Visitors may want to take some time to visit nearby Crater Lake National Park for a glimpse into the area's fascinating geological and cultural history.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Trash
      • Picnic Table
      • Toilets
      • Alcohol

      $50 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Coldwater Cove Campground
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      8.

      Coldwater Cove Campground

      11 Reviews
      30 Photos
      350 Saves
      Mckenzie Bridge, Oregon

      Overview

      This campground provides 34 campsites, 31 singles and 3 double, that accommodate vehicles 18 to 50 feet in length depending on site.__ No sites are directly on the shoreline of the lake, but several offer views of the lake.__ Drinking water is available at two handpumps, one in the campground and one in the boat launch area.__ There are four double vault toilets shared by both sites.__ The boat launch area includes a boat launch for canoes or small non-motorized crafts (no motors are allowed on the lake), a small fish cleaning station, and a picnic site.__ There is also an extra vehicle, or overflow, parking area.____ Cold Water Cove Campground offers stunning views of turquoise-colored Clear Lake and 3,000-year-old lava fields, making it an ideal location. On clear days, visitors can catch a glimpse of the Three Sisters and Mount Washington. Fishing, hiking, canoeing and boating are popular activities.____ The campground sits at the south end of the lake at an elevation of 3,100 feet. A mix of maple, alder and Douglas fir trees cover the area. Some sites have limited views of the lake, and all sites have privacy from neighboring campers. Cold Water Cove sits in the midsection of the Cascades mountain range. This campground offers both reservable and FCFS campsites.____ Reservation may be made up to 6 months in advance of arrival date by reserving online at RECREATION. GOV or by calling 877-444-6777.

      Recreation

      Clear Lake is popular for fishing, canoeing, kayaking and row boats. Anglers cast for brook, rainbow and cutthroat trout. Power boating is not permitted, which makes for calm waters. A boat ramp and fish cleaning station are located in the campground. Boat rentals are available at nearby Clear Lake Resort. The McKenzie River National Recreation Trail passes through the campground and runs along Clear Lake. The trail stretches 26 miles and is open to hikers and mountain bikers.

      Facilities

      Clear Lake is popular for fishing, canoeing, kayaking and row boats. Anglers cast for brook, rainbow and cutthroat trout. Power boating is not permitted, which makes for calm waters. A boat ramp and fish cleaning station are located in the campground. Boat rentals are available at nearby Clear Lake Resort. The McKenzie River National Recreation Trail passes through the campground and runs along Clear Lake. The trail stretches 26 miles and is open to hikers and mountain bikers.

      Natural Features

      Nearby Attractions

      Nearby attractions include:__ Clear Lake for fishing, non-motorized rowboat use and hiking.__ Rowboats and Kayaks are available to rent at nearby Clear Lake Resort.__ Clear Lake is the head waters for the McKenzie River, and is renowned for its cold, clear water and preserved grove of underwater trees.__ __The McKenzie River National Scenic Trail is on one side of Clear Lake, and a connecting trail offers a loop hiking trail opportunity around the lake.__ Trails also connect the campground to short hikes to Sahalie and Koosah Falls, spectacular waterfalls located within a mile of the campground.__ Also, close in proximity, is the McKenzie Pass-Santiam Pass National Scenic Byway and Mt. Washington Wilderness.____

      contact_info

      For facility specific information, please call (541) 822-3381.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • RVs
      • Tents
      • Group
      • Standard (Tent/RV)

      $25 - $46 / night

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      9.

      Albany-Corvallis KOA

      13 Reviews
      10 Photos
      48 Saves
      Albany, Oregon

      Welcome to the Albany-Corvallis KOA, a great spot for camping near Albany, Oregon. This campground is open all year and offers a variety of accommodations, including tent sites, RV spots, cabins, glamping options, and even yurts. It's a solid choice for families and individuals looking for a mix of convenience and outdoor fun.

      One of the standout features here is the range of activities available for kids. There's a playground, a basketball court, and even miniature golf to keep the little ones entertained. The campground also has a swimming pool, although it might be under maintenance from time to time. If you're bringing your furry friends, you'll be glad to know pets are welcome, and there's a dog park for them to stretch their legs.

      The campground is pretty easy to find, located just off the highway, which makes it convenient for a quick stop or a longer stay. However, being close to the freeway means you might hear some road noise, but most folks find it manageable. The sites are a bit snug, especially for larger rigs, so you might need to get creative with your parking.

      Amenities include full hookups for RVs, drinking water, and a sanitary dump. There's also a camp store stocked with camping essentials and some cute souvenirs. The bathrooms and showers are clean, though some visitors have noted they could use a bit of an update.

      WiFi can be hit or miss, so if you need to stay connected, you might want to rely on your mobile data. Verizon service is strong in the area, which is a plus.

      Overall, the Albany-Corvallis KOA offers a comfortable and convenient camping experience with plenty of activities to keep everyone busy. Whether you're just passing through or planning a longer stay, it's a solid choice for your next camping trip.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • ADA Access
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      10.

      Sunset Cove Campground

      11 Reviews
      63 Photos
      122 Saves
      Crescent, Oregon

      Overview

      Located next to Odell Lake, Sunset Cove Campground is in the midst of sparkling lakes, tranquil streams and nearby scenic peaks that provide visitors with the perfect backdrop for fishing, boating, hiking and biking throughout the area.

      Recreation

      Odell Lake also offers beautiful campsites tucked away in thick forests and some excellent opportunities for water recreation as boating, fishing and wind surfing are all popular. Boats are the most effective way to fish this lake but be aware of afternoon winds as the lake can get rough. Both motorized and non-motorized boats are allowed on this body of water.

      Facilities

      Odell Lake also offers beautiful campsites tucked away in thick forests and some excellent opportunities for water recreation as boating, fishing and wind surfing are all popular. Boats are the most effective way to fish this lake but be aware of afternoon winds as the lake can get rough. Both motorized and non-motorized boats are allowed on this body of water.

      Natural Features

      This area offers a beautiful mix of Oregon forest types with Douglas fir, white fir, hemlock and a few ponderosa pines towering over a variety of springtime flowers. Huckleberry is common in the underbrush of the campground. Wildlife found in the area include deer, elk, pine martens, ravens, native fish and an occasional black bear. Diamond Peak stands as a sentinel over Odell Lake as one of the blue giants of the Deschutes National Forest and the most prominent peak in the nearby Diamond Peak Wilderness. At an elevation of 8,744 feet, this shield volcano formed as the entire Cascades mountain range was undergoing volcanic activity and uplift.

      Nearby Attractions

      Campers can explore wilderness areas, rivers, lakes and reservoirs, and approximately 1,600 miles of trails that comprise nearly 2.5 million acres within the Deschutes National Forest and the adjacent Ochoco National Forest. Visitors can enjoy traveling the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway, known as Oregon's Highway in the Sky, which climbs into the clouds on a 66-mile drive through the Cascade Range, weaving past snow-capped peaks and alpine lakes. Lava Lands Visitor Center in nearby Bend, Oregon, and the unique geological landscape of Newberry National Volcanic Monument draw visitors to the region as well. It is a great starting point for visitors to learn about the diverse landscape and history of the area through interpretive programs and exhibits. Visitors can also explore the Lava River Cave, located in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. At 5,211 feet in length, the northwest section of the cave is the longest continuous lava tube in Oregon. A nearby resort on Odell Lake offers lodging and a general store with camping supplies, coffee, snacks and fishing licenses.

      Charges & Cancellations

      Once your reservation start date has begun, neither the Recreation.gov Contact Center nor the campground manager will be able to modify your reservation.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Phone Service
      • RVs
      • Tents
      • Group

      $21 - $23 / night

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