Oregon State Parks

Comfort Camping

brochure Oregon State Parks - Comfort Camping

Brochure about Comfort Camping - Yurts, Cabins and Tepees - at Oregon State Parks. Published by Oregon State Parks.

Cabins How to Reserve Yurts, Cabins and Tepees Reserve early! You can make a reservation one day to nine months in advance by visiting oregonstateparks.org or by calling (800) 452-5687 Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You must be 18 or older to make a reservation, and an adult must be present during the stay. Pay for your reservation using a debit or credit card (Visa or MasterCard). Call (800) 452-5687 or visit oregonstateparks.org to find out current camping rates. All rates and policies are subject to change without notice. Homey, cozy and secure. Cabins offer a rustic but comfortable camping experience for any season. Our cabins have lights, electrical outlets, six-foot covered porches, and outdoor fire rings. We offer both single- and double-room rustic cabins as well as double-room deluxe cabins with extra creature comforts. Single-room cabins sleep three to five people; double-room cabins sleep five to six. (The duplex Totem Cabin at Emigrant Springs sleeps three people on each side.) The dimensions and floor plans of cabins vary; call (800) 551-6949 to get specifics for each park. Rustic Cabin Amenities Dining Table • Bunk bed and futon couch and/or double bed with vinyl mattresses Futon Couch/ Double Bed • Table and chairs • Bathroom with shower • Sink • TV with DVD player (not available at all parks) • Refrigerator Double Bed Yurts, Cabins and Tepees One-room rustic cabin, 13’ x 13’. LaPine rustic cabins have two double beds. Futon Couch/ Double Bed Futon Couch/ Double Bed Refrigerator Microwave Dining Table Covered Porch Dining Table Covered Porch Prineville Reservoir deluxe cabin, 20’ x 18’. Style below also available. Twin/Full Bunk Bed Two-room rustic cabin at L.L. “Stub” Stewart State Park, 16’ x 24’. Double Bed Futon Couch/ Double Bed Covered Porch oregonstateparks.org This brochure is available in alternative formats upon request. Twin/Double Bunk Bed Dining Table Two-room rustic cabin, 13’ x 15’. Cabins at Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area Single Upper Bunk Lower Double Bed Living Room Dining Table Call 1-800-551-6949. Oregon Relay for the hearing impaired: dial 711. 63400-8040 (2/18) Futon Couch/ Double Bed Covered Porch All information subject to change without notice. Printed on recycled paper. Twin/Full Bunk Bed BBQ BBQ Oregon Parks and Recreation Department 725 Summer St. NE, Suite C Salem, OR 97301 (800) 551-6949 Shower One-room rustic cabin at L.L. “Stub” Stewart State Park, 16’ x 16’. Dining Table Shower Refrigerator Microwave Deluxe cabin at The Cove Palisades (14’ x 18’); Cape Lookout (14’ x 21’)* and (16’ x 24’); LaPine (16’ x 24’); Fort Stevens (16’ x 24’); and Prineville Reservoir (16’ x 24’). Deluxe cabin at Cape Lookout State Park Comfort Camping • Indoor cooking permitted Twin/Full Bunk Bed Covered Porch Yurts and cabins extend the camping season so that you can experience crisp autumn mornings, gentle spring rains and winter snowfall. Offseason is the perfect time to enjoy fall colors, strap on your snowshoes or cross-country skis, or simply absorb the peaceful quiet. • Propane BBQ outside • Microwave • Table and chairs Twin/Full Bunk Bed Year-round Camping Deluxe Cabin Amenities Covered Porch • Bunk bed(s) and futon couch or double bed with vinyl mattresses Parking for one vehicle is included with each reservation. Extra vehicles can be accommodated at most parks for an additional charge per night—call ahead to check. Universal Access: Most campgrounds have ADA-accessible yurts and cabins. See the map inside for details. Twin/Double Bunk Bed * No door between living room and bedroom. Bed arrangement also differs. Yurts at Beverly Beach State Park I f you like the idea of camping but long for something more comfortable than a tent yet simpler than an RV, we have just the thing. Yurts, cabins and tepees are snug and secure, and they require no setup. Most important, they’ll keep you and your gear dry and warm no matter what the weather. What to Bring What to Know • Sleeping bags or bedding • Towels • Cooking and eating utensils • Check-in is at 4 p.m. Check-out is at 1 p.m. Quiet hours are 10 p.m. - 7 a.m. • Portable heating devices and open fires are not allowed inside yurts, cabins or tepees for safety reasons. Each site includes an outdoor fire ring. • Indoor cooking is only permitted inside deluxe yurts and deluxe cabins, and is limited to the provided microwaves. • No smoking is allowed. Fort Stevens 47 Enjoy the year-round comforts of a large domed tent with a locking door, lights, electrical outlets, heating, windows, skylight and wooden floors. Umpqua Lighthouse is the only state park with deluxe yurts—all others are rustic. Rustic yurts sleep five; deluxe yurts can accommodate up to seven. • Bunk bed and futon couches with vinyl mattresses • Table and chairs • Refrigerator • Covered deck • Microwave • Propane BBQ and fire ring • Bathroom with shower • Indoor cooking permitted Rustic Yurt Amenities Rustic yurt at Tumalo State Park. • TV with VCR/DVD player War dro be Full Twin/ ed B Bunk • Bunk bed and futon couch with vinyl mattresses Tabl e The Cove 26 Palisades Beachside Tumalo 126 Honeyman For a unique experience, reserve a tepee at Clyde Holliday State Recreation Site. Tepees are open seasonally and sleep five to eight. They have foam mattresses, electricity and an outdoor picnic table and fire pit. More information is available in the Clyde Holliday State Recreation Site brochure and at oregonstateparks.org. Unity Lake South Beach Carl Washburne Wallowa Lake LaPine 26 Farewell Bend Clyde Holliday Prineville Reservoir Jasper Point • Covered porch • Outdoor fire ring Twin/Full Bunk Bed Futon Couch/ Double Bed Rustic Yurt 16’ diameter VCR Silver Falls Tepees Table Emigrant Springs TV/ 18 Beverly Beach Umpqua Lighthouse Deluxe Yurt Amenities • Table and chairs Champoeg Devil’s Lake Pets are allowed in designated cabins and yurts at several state park campgrounds for an additional fee. Up to two cats or dogs can stay with you in select yurts and cabins, identified by an icon on the map. In addition, 18 parks have offleash exercise areas. Reserve pet friendly yurts and cabins at oregonstateparks.org or call (800) 452-5687. All pets must be on a leash no longer than six feet or under your physical control when not inside a yurt, cabin, tepee or vehicle. More information is available in the Clyde Holliday State Recreation Site brochure and at oregonstateparks.org. 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