Campsites and RV Parks in Oregon

Whether you call it home or look forward to spending a vacation or business trip here, Oregon has what it takes to delight, intrigue, relax, entertain, and challenge you.

Oregon is such a diverse state, and if you have not visited us before it can be hard to know where to begin. To help you find your way around, the Tourism Commission divides the state into seven distinct regions. Each region offers a wide range of activities and services, so you can always find something for everyone. The seven distinct regions of Oregon include the Coast, Portland, Mount Hood and the Columbia River Gorge, the Willamette Valley, Southern Oregon, Central Oregon and Eastern Oregon.

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Lakeshore RV Park is located just four miles south of Florence Oregon (at mile marker 195) on Woahink Lake. Lakeshore RV Park features pull through sites, full hook-ups, a laundry facility, remodeled restrooms, a recreation hall, showers, and private boat docks for swimming and fishing. Lakeshore RV Park is open year round! Perfectly situated, Lakeshore RV Park is within minutes from fishing, cycling, kite flying on the beach, scuba diving, hiking through old-growth forests, windsurfing, surfing, beachcombing, whale and bird watching. There are also many attractions including aquariums, art galleries, festivals, and theaters.

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