More deluxe cabins coming (2010)

Look for them summer 2011 at Fort Stevens, Cape Lookout and Prineville Reservoir

As Veterans’ Day camping destinations go, Fort Stevens State Park has to rank among the top of the list as most appropriate. Where else can you camp next to historic artillery batteries? By this time next year, Fort Stevens will have 10 deluxe cabins  to rent, the first cabins offered at the park.

Cabin construction is under way in the south campground’s A loop, which is closed until the buildings are installed (seven tent sites will remain in the loop). New deluxe cabins will join existing ones at Cape Lookout State Park and Prineville Reservoir State Park–three at Cape Lookout, two at Prineville Reservoir.

Reservations for the new cabins will not be accepted until work is completed late next spring. Call 1-800-551-6949, after Jan. 1, 2011, for updated information.

All the new cabins will meet ADA standards. The new cabins will boost the total number of cabins statewide to 95. Of those, 24 will be deluxe. 

Typical deluxe cabin at an Oregon State Park

A deluxe cabin at LaPine State Park.

Fort Stevens State Park
Cape Lookout State Park
Prineville Reservoir State Park

Posted on November 10, 2010, in park improvements, state parks and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. WooHoo!!! Thank you… we love camping in the deluxe cabins & yurts. This will be a great addition a little closer to home!

  2. Mary and Zora (the wonder dog)

    Hey this is great news! Will any of these allow pets please??
    If you have em I will come and so will others like me, mature seniors with well behaved dogs.

  3. Did they extend the pilot project to let dogs in those select yurts/cabins? If it went well I was hoping they’d expand the # of sites and parks that were doing this. It’s a real treat for my elderly grandmother to go camping still and the yurt with a pet option is her only hope as she doesn’t do tents anymore.

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