Camping

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NOTICE:

AS OF JUNE 1, 2021 DOUGLAS COUNTY PARKS has changed the Disabled Veterans camping policy.  The Oregon Special Access Pass is no longer accepted for reservations. To receive free camping, you will have to arrive “ready to camp” in a “first come, first serve” status. 

Any reservations made before June 1st will be honored for refunds.

ATTENTION:

Campfires are now allowed in all county parks as long as they are in designated fire rings and BBQs.

Campgrounds

Douglas County Parks has 11 campgrounds and over 477 campsites to choose from.  Each campground provides a unique recreational experience.  Click the tabs below to learn more about our campground facilities.

  1. Full Hook Up
  2. Non-Hook Up
  3. Equestrian
  4. Group Camp

Full Hook Up Campsite Features:

  • All Non-Hook Up features plus...IMG_0031
  • Electrical Connection
  • Water Connection
  • Sewer Connection

Parks with Full Hook Up Campsites:


Cabins & Yurts

We use the terms “rustic” and “deluxe” to distinguish between simpler units (rustic) and larger, more elaborate units (deluxe). Probably the most important difference is that in all cases, “deluxe” units have kitchen facilities and a bathroom/shower. Because exact features and dimensions vary somewhat from park to park, please review the park for more information.

Note: No bedding, pots, plates, bowls, utensils, etc.  are supplied.

Features

  1. Rustic Cabins
  2. Deluxe Cabins
  3. Rustic Yurts

Chief Miwaleta CabinFeatures include:

  • Beds: some combination of bunk beds, futon couch or double bed
  • Can be one (sleeps 4 to 5 people) or two rooms (5 to 6 people)
  • Covered porch
  • Electricity
  • Heat
  • Lights
  • Locking door
  • Outdoor fire pit and picnic table
  • Table and chairs

Parks with Rustic Cabins: