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11 Awe-Inspiring Glamping Spots in Oregon

by Brittany Varano
Updated June 03, 2022

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A stunning coastline, impressive mountains, and high deserts — no matter what type of getaway you’re craving, you’ll probably find it in Oregon.

And what’s the best way to experience everything the Beaver State has to offer? Glamping. You’ll be surrounded by beautiful landscapes with easy access to your choice of outdoor recreation, without having to give up your must-have creature comforts.

From the state’s central desert to some of the best beaches the Pacific Northwest has to offer, you can unplug and unwind just about anywhere you want in the state. You can sleep in a yurt, a treehouse, or even a refurbished greenhouse.

Here are 11 of the most unforgettable glamping rentals in Oregon to help you get ready for your next adventure.

Related read: 14 Beautifully Secluded Cabin Rentals in Oregon

1. The Bali House

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Photo: VRBO

Why you should stay: A jungle-themed tiny home a short drive from the majestic Abiqua Falls.

  • Location: Silverton
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates start from: $185/night

At The Bali House, guests are welcomed by airy interiors that rival a greenhouse, thanks to numerous windows that allow natural light to fill every corner. Other homey touches include potted plants, a separate lofted sleeping area, and even a wooden hot tub right in the living room.

Idyllic farmland surrounds this tiny home, where the hosts have set up a hammock, fire pit, and picnic table for guest use. Portland lies just under an hour north of The Bali House, making this a convenient glamping stay near the city.

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2. Yurt on the Bay

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Why you should stay: A dog-friendly yurt with incredible views of Tillamook Bay.

  • Location: Bay City
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates start from: $175/night

Escape to Oregon’s northern coast with a stay at the Yurt on the Bay. This colorful, circular tent features a domed skylight that allows for cloud watching during the day and star gazing at night. Thoughtful details fill the space, including an iron stove for warmth and a well-appointed kitchen, elevating your outdoor getaway.

There’s a luxurious hot tub next to the yard’s fire pit for those looking to relax to the max. The ocean lies just feet from the yurt, where you can dip your toe or simply take in the smell of the sea.

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Related read: 9 Best Dispersed & Free Camping Spots in Oregon

3. Elk Moon

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Why you should stay: A yurt perfectly nestled amongst Oregon’s tallest mountains.

  • Location: Gales Creek
  • Sleeps: 3
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates start from: $77/night

Boasting impressive views of Mt. Good and Mt. St. Helens, Elk Moon is a remote glampsite perfect for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. This simple yurt is classic camping at its finest, so you won’t find WiFi or showers here. Rather, Elk Moon offers a rare opportunity to fully disconnect and recharge.

The yurt takes the hassle out of hauling gear and provides a comfy place to sleep via a plus bed and a wood stove. Incredible wildlife like bald eagles and elk have been known to make an appearance around the property.

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4. Holistic Life Farm

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Why you should stay: A quaint working farm where you can glamp surrounded by animals.

  • Location: Clatskanie
  • Sleeps: 2-3
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates start from: $69/night

Holistic Life Farm has three different site types to suit various camping styles. Take your pick from a homey A-frame cabin or a spacious glamping canvas tent. There’s even an idyllic dry tent site under a towering tree for those more inclined to camp with their own gear. This part of Oregon is known for the Beaver Falls trailhead and is about 45 minutes from Astoria.

Guest Meredith shares, “The hosts were so very welcoming, gave us a really helpful and friendly farm tour, and we got to cuddle baby goats.”

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Related read: 11 Best & Most Unique Airbnb Rentals in Oregon

5. Big Rock Ranch

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Photo: Kate W., Hipcamp

Why you should stay: A canvas glamping tent with a front seat to jagged cliffs.

  • Location: Terrebonne
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates start from: $119/night

Out in Oregon’s desert, the Big Rock Ranch offers a quaint tent with glamping extras like a real bed and nightstands. Measuring 12 feet by 14 feet, the canvas tent is conveniently set atop a wooden platform, protecting you from the elements. At the front, a lovely front porch offers a perfect place to sit and enjoy the surroundings.

Guests also have access to a clean wooden outhouse and a free-standing sink in the campsite. The otherworldly rock formations and towering cliffs of Smith Rock State Park are less than ten minutes away.

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Follow ‘em: @Stay.At.BigRock

6. Cedar Bloom

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Why you should stay: A campground for free spirits with tiny A-frames and other lodging spread out on 100 acres.

  • Location: Cave Junction
  • Sleeps: 2-5
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates start from: $133/night

Owned and operated by the Spirit Weavers community, Cedar Bloom is a peaceful place to feel at one with nature. The expansive property features picturesque tiny homes and a dome that can sleep up to two, plus various other classic campsites.

The dreamy A-Frames are highly sought after, boasting boho style and a sidewall that can be flipped open if desired. All lodging at the camp is immersed in the serenity of the woods not far from the Illinois River Forks State Park.

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Follow ‘em: @SpiritWeavers

7. Brandon Farm Stay

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Photo: Evam K., Hipcamp

Why you should stay: A storybook tiny home surrounded by cranberry bogs off southern Oregon’s coast.

  • Location: Bandon
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates start from: $225/night

Tucked near the scenic Face Rock Beach, the Brandon Farm Stay is a gorgeous place to experience Oregon’s coast. As part of a cranberry farm, guests are treated to exceptional views of the floating berries come harvest time. The stone cabin acts as your bedroom and living space, and a revamped camper has been turned into a luxe bathhouse.

Guest Sarah describes it as a “really peaceful and cozy stay. The little cabin feels spacious due to all the windows making it feel open. We appreciated the coffee and cookies left in the room.”

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Follow ‘em: @BandonFarmStay

8. Treehouse at GeerCrest Farms

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Why you should stay: A rustic treehouse on a 21-acre farm 20 minutes outside of Salem’s city bounds.

  • Location: Salem
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates start from: $59/night

Enjoy much-needed R&R at this treehouse at GeerCrest Farms, where cute goats roam, and the air is fresh. The treehouse is a simple wooden shelter without walls or electricity that sits feet above the ground.

During your stay, you’ll find that only the sights and sounds of a working farm are here to distract you. This minimalistic glampsite is outfitted with a fire pit, picnic table, and composting toilet. Just bring your sleeping gear and sense of adventure.

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Related read: 13 Best Hikes Near Salem, Oregon

9. Sweet Relief

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Photo: Denné B., Hipcamp

Why you should stay: A solar-powered cabin with an outdoor shower and a hot tub on a semi-rural property.

  • Location: Damascus
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates start from: $175/night

Aptly named, you’re sure to find some Sweet Relief at this lovely studio cabin 30 minutes southeast of Portland. Situated on a sprawling 20 acres, the sweet smell of maple trees and the babble of a passing stream create a calming ambiance.

Next to the cabin is a pretty greenhouse where the hosts lovingly tend to their lush plants and grow a variety of fruits and veggies. No visit is complete with a soak in the unique washing basin turned hot tub, heated by a wood stove.

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Related read: The Ultimate Portland to Seattle Road Trip Itinerary

10. Roamer Sites at High Cascade Snowboard Camp

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Photo: Dorothy W., Hipcamp

Why you should stay: An action sports camp with numerous canvas tents at the base of Mt. Hood.

  • Location: Sandy
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates start from: $60/night

Ideally located within the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, the Roamer Sites at High Cascade Snowboard Camp puts epic adventure right at your fingertips. From mountain biking nearby Sandy Ridge Mountain to skating at the camp’s outdoor skateboard park, outdoor enthusiasts have plenty to keep them occupied.

The camp hosts ten canvas tents that are each outfitted with a real bed, phone chargers, and boot dryers. Other camp facilities include community fire pits, a fitness center, and pristine bathhouses where you can enjoy a hot shower.

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Follow ‘em: @HighCascade

11. The Yurt on Eagleview

The Yurt on Eagleview
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Why you should stay: A homey yurt tucked into the mountainside along Oregon’s famed coastal highway 101.

  • Location: Gold Beach
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates start from: $250/night

Take in breathtaking views of the Rogue River and the lush, mountainous surroundings at The Yurt on Eagleview. The best seat in the house is the wraparound deck, where you can soak up every minute of the natural beauty in the comfort of a deck chair.

Inside, The Yurt has been transformed from a basic tent to a cozy tiny home and features a full kitchen and bathroom with an old-school soaking tub. This homey yurt is a quick drive from Gold Beach, where coastal hikes and sandy shores await.

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Related read: 12 Oregon Coast Cabin Rentals for a Relaxing Trip to the Seaside

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