Making a Reservation Whether you call or go online, you may make reservations 1 day to 9 months in advance of your first night's stay.
To determine what day you can make a reservation, count back nine months from your date of arrival. Horse camping: Reservations and registrations for horse camping sites are only for people camping with their horses or similar large animals.
Online reservations are available 7 days a week, 365 days a year. There is an .00 reservation fee charged for each site reserved whether you call or go online. Payment Full payment is required at the time you make your reservation or change an existing reservation.
If you need to call to make your reservation, our call center is open 8 a.m. In addition to Visa/Master Card, reservations or changes made over the phone may be paid by check, money order or gift certificates, if the reservation is arriving in 10 days or more.
Paying when you arrive If you're camping, the site fee you have paid includes only vehicle.
If you have an additional vehicle (and if the site allows additional vehicles, you must register and pay an additional $7 per night, per vehicle at the park.
Some Oregon state parks charge a day-use parking fee to visitors who aren't camping.
Today’s adult camps offer everything from music to sports, from cattle ranching to performing arts, and from weight loss to spiritual study.
And the timing and costs also cover a wide range: You can go to a three-day day camp for as little as 0 or a weeklong camp with upscale residential quarters for as much as ,700.
According to the American Camp Association, more than half a million adults attend camp each year, and that doesn’t include people who go to family camp with their offspring.
The association has kept records on adult attendance for only the past five years, but it notes that in that period, the numbers are up by 20 percent.
The fee is per vehicle or for an annual pass.