Are you searching for a unique camping experience in Oregon that's paw-friendly? If so, check out Lone Mountain RV Resort and Tipi Campground, where accommodations are flexible and amenities are abundant.
Campsites are available for RV, tent and tipi campers. Tipis -- yes you read correctly -- begin at $50 a night and offer campers a unique experience. Each of the three tipis was built with care, being blessed by an authentic native spiritual leader that came from the Klamath River basin. The tipis are furnished with sleeping accommodations and a futon. You're to bring your own bedding if you plan to stay in a tipi.
Traditional primitive tent sites begin at $20 a night and $100 a week. Both large and mini-cabins are another option, but dogs are only permitted to stay in the min-cabins. Finally, RV sites begin at $35 a night for back-ins. Larger pull-through sites for big rigs are available as well.
This campground comes with an abundance of luxurious amenities "paw-fect" for both pooch and human campers. High-speed internet can be accessed by all. Satellite TV is another perk you can enjoy from your own RV. The laundry area has multiple machines, making it easy to get through your loads and pack lighter suitcases! Adjacent to the campground is a grocery store. Across the highway and within walking distance is a steakhouse, if there's a night you're not feeling up to cooking. Finally, the gas station is another convenient bonus of the park.
When it comes to ways to fill your day, you and Fido have lots to explore. The horseshoe pits are one visitor favorite, coupled with the scenic nature trail with an attached wildness area. Run or walk along the trail to give your pup exercise while you take in the beauty of the surrounding foliage and wildlife. Within the campground, you'll find a stream your pup can explore, as well as a pond with a beach area. Swim or sunbathe at the beach or swing by the gazebo or picnic area for a barbecue and chance to socialize with other guests.
Oregon's Lone Mountain RV Resort and Tipi Campground "off-furs" guests and their four-legged companion’s modern amenities while camping under the stars.