3 Best Campsites In Eugene, Oregon - Updated 2023

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Located right on the southern edge of Oregon’s famed Willamette Valley, Eugene is the perfect spot if you want to indulge and treat yourself with great wine, an immersive local culture, tasty cuisine, and a fair share of Mother Nature’s beauty, too. For starters, drop by Museum of Natural and Cultural History. For more art, take a peek at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art’s contemporary collection. Don your hiking shoes and make your way up to Spencer Butte for sunrise or sunset vistas, and enjoy long, peaceful walks as you explore Hendricks Park. Of course, you’ll need a place to stay. For a more rugged experience, ditch the hotels and Airbnbs and go camping instead. Luckily, this list has the best spots in the city. Read on to see the best campsites in Eugene, Oregon.

1. Country-style park campsite with all the essentials

Locally known as T7 Farms, this campsite is a sprawling 2-acre (0.8-hectare) property about 10 minutes outside of Downtown Eugene. The spot is perfect for tent camping. There’s a spot specifically designated for campfires, and it has an outdoor cooking area, a clean water source, benches, and side tables. T7 Farms also has a laundry area, a back porch where you can hang out, and of course, a full bathroom.

If you don’t have a tent with you, no need to purchase one. They can provide you with a tent, pillows, and extra blankets.

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Eugene, Oregon, United States
66 reviews   Superhost Wifi Available
Campsite 1 Bed 4 Guests 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 4

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everything is clean and as shown in photos
the hosts were incredibly kind
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they are super friendly hosts and i enjoyed chatting with them
this camp spot was so fun the hosts offered excellent directions and check-in instructions
very hospitable couple on a lovely plot of land super close to eugene
a good inexpensive place near town that is quiet has a hot shower and very nice hosts
check in/out process was easy great communication and great location right near eugene
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2. Hemp farm campsite in a private valley (from USD 50)

Stay in this gorgeous hemp farm located in the town of Lorane, a short 30-minute drive from the heart of Eugene. This property accommodates both tent and RV camping.

Facilities in the property include an outdoor toilet, a charcoal barbecue, laundry and shower rooms, and a barn that you’re free to check out. However, the main highlight of this campsite is the complete privacy you’ll get in the area. While you’re here, you will hear nothing but the sounds of nature.

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Lorane, Oregon, United States
35 reviews   Superhost Wifi Available
Campsite 0 Beds 5 Guests

Accommodates: 5

3. Serene RV campsite by the countryside (from USD 39)

This RV parking spot located in Junction City, a short 22-minute drive from Eugene, is an idyllic retreat and one that you might never encounter again. Fairytale-like in its beauty, this RV parking spot has all the hook-ups you might need. This includes a 30-ampere RV outlet as well as a regular 110-volt outlet for your power needs and water. If you need to empty your RV’s septic tank, you can also hook your motor vehicle up to the sewer connection.

Set up your outdoor chairs and camping paraphernalia and enjoy beautiful views of the pond and the woods in this private and gated property.

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Junction City, Oregon, United States
13 reviews   Wifi Available
Campsite 1 Bed 4 Guests 1 Bedroom 0 Bathrooms

Accommodates: 4

Experience Eugene and the rest of Willamette Valley

A visit to Eugene is not complete without ticking off all the essential things to do in Willamette Valley. However, an activity you should not miss out on is camping. Enjoy the beautiful nature in and around Eugene by staying in the best campsites listed above.

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