Camping doesn’t stop after Labor Day
Hints of fall are everywhere. The evenings are cooler and breezes a bit stronger. Morning clouds and dew hang on until midday.
Although Labor Day Weekend is the final big push for summer camping, many Oregon State Park campgrounds are open year-round. September and October are still great camping months if you’re prepared and don’t mind scattered raindrops or burrowing in your sleeping bag. It’s a bit easier to find a campsite in your favorite campground and fewer people are waiting for the showers. Yurts and cabins are always popular, so you do need to plan for all seasons. Camping rates are lower October 1-April 30–regular campsites (tent, electric and full-hookup) drop by $4 per night. Deluxe yurts and cabins drop by $20 a night (regular yurts and cabins rates remain the same).
Before summer ends, all of us hope you enjoy the outdoors while the sun is still out!
Discovery Season Rates (October 1-April 30)