Top Tent Camping near Gresham, OR

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Best Tent Sites Near Gresham, OR (78)

    Camper-submitted photo from Rock Creek Campground
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    1.

    Rock Creek Campground

    5 Reviews
    10 Photos
    54 Saves
    Yacolt, Washington

    Washington State Discover Pass required https://discoverpass.wa.gov/

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Tents
    • Equestrian
    • Standard (Tent/RV)
    • Trash
    Camper-submitted photo from Naked Falls
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    2.

    Naked Falls

    2 Reviews
    6 Photos
    91 Saves
    North Bonneville, Washington
    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Reservable
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Standard (Tent/RV)

    $50 / night

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        Camper-submitted photo from Mount Hood National Forest Sunstrip Campground - TEMPORARILY CLOSE DUE TO FIRE DAMAGE
        Camper-submitted photo from Mount Hood National Forest Sunstrip Campground - TEMPORARILY CLOSE DUE TO FIRE DAMAGE
        Camper-submitted photo from Mount Hood National Forest Sunstrip Campground - TEMPORARILY CLOSE DUE TO FIRE DAMAGE
        Camper-submitted photo from Mount Hood National Forest Sunstrip Campground - TEMPORARILY CLOSE DUE TO FIRE DAMAGE
        Camper-submitted photo from Mount Hood National Forest Sunstrip Campground - TEMPORARILY CLOSE DUE TO FIRE DAMAGE
        Camper-submitted photo from Mount Hood National Forest Sunstrip Campground - TEMPORARILY CLOSE DUE TO FIRE DAMAGE

        5.

        Mount Hood National Forest Sunstrip Campground - TEMPORARILY CLOSE DUE TO FIRE DAMAGE

        6 Reviews
        25 Photos
        11 Saves
        Welches, Oregon

        Overview

        Campground closed due to the 2020 Riverside Wildfire Sunstrip Campground is a primitive campground on the banks of the Clackamas Wild and Scenic River. It provides access to a variety of outdoor activities, but retains the look and feel of true nature, with only a few amenities.

        Recreation

        Fishing is very popular in the Clackamas and anglers can expect winter Steelhead, spring Chinook and late summer Kokanee salmon, as well as other species of freshwater fish. Whitewater rafting is also a favorite activity among visitors. The Clackamas River provides miles of wild water as it snakes through the scenic Cascade range. A hiking trail meanders along the riverbank, north and south of the campground. Scenic driving is available on the nearby West Cascades National Scenic Byway, which follows the river.

        Facilities

        Fishing is very popular in the Clackamas and anglers can expect winter Steelhead, spring Chinook and late summer Kokanee salmon, as well as other species of freshwater fish. Whitewater rafting is also a favorite activity among visitors. The Clackamas River provides miles of wild water as it snakes through the scenic Cascade range. A hiking trail meanders along the riverbank, north and south of the campground. Scenic driving is available on the nearby West Cascades National Scenic Byway, which follows the river.

        Natural Features

        The campground is nestled in a wooded area of the Mt. Hood National Forest, thick with moss and greenery, at an elevation of about 1,000 feet. The river provides habitat for the federally protected bald eagle and northern spotted owl, as well as the occasional peregrine falcon. A variety of wildlife make its home in the area.

        Nearby Attractions

        The Clackamas River, just below nearby Indian Henry Campground to the North Fork Reservoir, provides 12.5 miles of class III-IV whitewater. Outfitters are located in the town of Estacada.

        • Pets
        • Fires
        • Tents

        $22 - $24 / night

        Camper-submitted photo from BLM Molalla River Recreation Area
        Camper-submitted photo from BLM Molalla River Recreation Area
        Camper-submitted photo from BLM Molalla River Recreation Area
        Camper-submitted photo from BLM Molalla River Recreation Area
        Camper-submitted photo from BLM Molalla River Recreation Area
        Camper-submitted photo from BLM Molalla River Recreation Area

        6.

        BLM Molalla River Recreation Area

        5 Reviews
        15 Photos
        110 Saves
        Molalla, Oregon

        Overview

        No cash, check, or cards are accepted on site. Make a reservations online or use the mobile app. Three Bears campsites are only available by making a reservation. Reserve a campsite on recreation.gov or Recreation.gov Mobile App prior to entering the Molalla River Recreation Corridor. There is no cell reception in the drainage.__ Situated in a picturesque grove of western red cedar 4 miles south of Glen Avon Bridge, the site has 15 tent campsites, each equipped with a tent pad, metal fire ring, BBQ grill, and picnic table. The campground also has vault toilets and access to a beautiful cobble beach and swimming hole.

        Recreation

        Camping, fishing, swimming, hiking and biking on nearby trails (Hardy Creek TH closest)

        Facilities

        Camping, fishing, swimming, hiking and biking on nearby trails (Hardy Creek TH closest)

        Natural Features

        Molalla Wild and Scenic River and forested environment.

        Nearby Attractions

        Enjoy a scenic drive along the Molalla Wild and Scenic River which offers easy river access and opportunities for picnicking, swimming, camping, whitewater boating and fishing. The Molalla is one of the few undammed tributaries of the Willamette River and cuts a picturesque gorge on its way to the valley floor. Table Rock Wilderness is further up the canyon and accessible through three trailheads.

        contact_info

        For facility specific information, please call (503) 375-5646.

        Charges & Cancellations

        Standard fees apply and are non-refundable. Visit https://www.recreation.gov/rules-reservation-policies for more information.

        • Pets
        • Fires
        • Tents
        • Group
        • Trash
        • Drinking Water

        $30 / night

        Camper-submitted photo from Cougar Park & Campground - Tent Only
        Camper-submitted photo from Cougar Park & Campground - Tent Only
        Camper-submitted photo from Cougar Park & Campground - Tent Only
        Camper-submitted photo from Cougar Park & Campground - Tent Only
        Camper-submitted photo from Cougar Park & Campground - Tent Only
        Camper-submitted photo from Cougar Park & Campground - Tent Only

        7.

        Cougar Park & Campground - Tent Only

        9 Reviews
        26 Photos
        15 Saves
        Cougar, Washington

        45 tent camping sites NOTICE: Ground tents only (no tent trailers) Group camping facility with 15 tent camping sites and a covered picnic shelter with fireplace and sink NOTICE: Ground tents only (no tent trailers) Day use picnic area (see fees) Swimming beach Beaver Bay hiking trail accessed from this park. Water and restrooms provided Boat ramp Entrance gate closes at 9 p.m.

        • Reservable
        • Tents
        • Group
        • Picnic Table
        • Drinking Water
        • Toilets
        Camper-submitted photo from Burnt Lake
        Camper-submitted photo from Burnt Lake
        Camper-submitted photo from Burnt Lake
        Camper-submitted photo from Burnt Lake
        Camper-submitted photo from Burnt Lake
        Camper-submitted photo from Burnt Lake

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        Burnt Lake

        5 Reviews
        10 Photos
        140 Saves
        Government Camp, Oregon

        This trail enters the Mt. Hood Wilderness on the west side of Mount Hood. This trail accesses Burnt Lake and Zigzag Mountain with views above treeline. The north side also has wonderful old cedar snags showing remnants of a wildfire that came through around 1900.

        Starting from the north Burnt Lake trailhead, this trail begins at Forest Road 1825-109 (2,680’) and ends at Forest Road 2627-207 (3,320’). From Forest Road 1825-109, the trail climbs steadily up to Burnt Lake (4,120’). There is a nice loop trail around the lake accessing several campsites. From the lake the trail continues up a steep climb 0.6 mile and reaches Zigzag Ridge (4,720’). Soon after, the trail reaches Zigzag Mountain Trail #775. Turn right onto Zigzag Mountain Trail #775 and follow the ridge westward 0.3 miles until Burnt Lake Trail #772 drops over the south side of the ridge descending to Devil’s Meadow area. From Devil’s Meadow the trail follows an easier grade down an old roadway to West Zigzag trailhead at Forest Road 2627-207.

        • Pets
        • Tents
        Camper-submitted photo from Sand Island Marine Park Campground
        Camper-submitted photo from Sand Island Marine Park Campground
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        Camper-submitted photo from Sand Island Marine Park Campground
        Camper-submitted photo from Sand Island Marine Park Campground

        9.

        Sand Island Marine Park Campground

        5 Reviews
        5 Photos
        112 Saves
        St. Helens, Oregon

        Sand Island St. Helens Campground is located just 25 minutes from Portland, Oregon and Longview, Washington. This 31.7 acre offshore overnight camping experience offers docks, nature trails, beaches, picnic tables, campsites, restrooms, kayak connections, water adventure rides and more. This brand new camping facility is fun for the entire family and sure to become a frequent camping destination.

        Upon arrival for overnight stays first check in at the St. Helens Marina. Our courtesy shuttle will unload your gear and take you to the parking lot for your vehicle and bring you back to the marina.

        Once you arrive on the island via our boat shuttle our staff on the island will take you to your campsite and even take your gear to your campsite with our speedy people mover. Each overnight camping group is offered this free shuttle to and from the St. Helens, Marina daily. Overnight guests can receive a phone number for late night check in if you plan to arrive after 5 p.m. Please ask for this in your booking description area online. Bathrooms are on the island, showers are a 3 minute shuttle ride to the main land.

        The island offers spectacular views of Mt. St. Helens in Washington State and Mt. Hood in Oregon State plus stunning river views. Huge commercial ships will take your breath away as they grace the river on the east side of the island. The sandy beach point is a wonderful place to take it all in. Horseshoes, corn hole, and other games are available to check out and enjoy. Pets in your control are welcome as long as you clean up after them and do not disrupt other guests.

        A dog that barks at strangers or just because…will be politely asked to go home. A peaceful experience is our goal for all guests. Additionally, the island is just a shuttle ride away to the City of St. Helens river front district complete with lovely dining experiences, fun shopping, buying souvenirs at local gift shops or at the famous 2 C’s Vendor Mall. You can even take in a movie at the historic Columbia Theater or savor a wonderful cocktail or craft beer if the mood hits you.

        • Pets
        • Fires
        • Reservable
        • Tents
        • Group
        • Trash

        $30 / night

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        Rainbow (OR) - TEMP CLOSED

        7 Reviews
        13 Photos
        40 Saves
        Welches, Oregon

        Overview

        Campground closed due to the 2020 Riverside Wildfire Rainbow Campground provides ample access to the Wild and Scenic Clackamas River. The campground offers a great location to enjoy peace and quiet in the beautiful mountains of northern Oregon. Visitors enjoy fishing, hiking, biking and rafting.

        Recreation

        Fishing is very popular in the Oak Fork and anglers can expect a catch of winter steelhead, spring Chinook and late summer Kokanee salmon, as well as other species of freshwater fish. The Clackamas River also provides miles of wild water as it bends through the scenic Cascade range, making whitewater rafting a popular activity. The 5-mile Riverside National Recreation Trail, popular for hiking and mountain biking, is located not far from the campground. The surrounding area provides numerous additional opportunities for hiking.

        Facilities

        Fishing is very popular in the Oak Fork and anglers can expect a catch of winter steelhead, spring Chinook and late summer Kokanee salmon, as well as other species of freshwater fish. The Clackamas River also provides miles of wild water as it bends through the scenic Cascade range, making whitewater rafting a popular activity. The 5-mile Riverside National Recreation Trail, popular for hiking and mountain biking, is located not far from the campground. The surrounding area provides numerous additional opportunities for hiking.

        Natural Features

        The campground is located in Mt. Hood National Forest along the Oak Grove Fork of the Clackamas River at an elevation of about 1,400 feet. Huge maple and Douglas fir trees cover the area, and dense shrubbery provides some privacy between campsites. The campground is not far from the Ripplebrook Ranger Station and Ripplebrook Pond. The river provides habitat for the federally protected bald eagle and northern spotted owl, as well as an occasional peregrine falcon. A variety of wildlife makes its home in the area.

        Nearby Attractions

        Bagby Hot Springs is located about 14 miles southwest of the campground. A popular site for soaking and relaxing, the springs are in a heavily wooded area in the scenic Cascade Range. The available bathhouses are fed by three major hot water springs and several minor outlets in the area. A historic guard station was built there in 1913.

        • Pets
        • Fires
        • Tents
        • Alcohol

        $20 - $22 / night

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