The Tillamook State Forest's ten campgrounds are a great destination for folks who want to escape the hustle and bustle of "plugged-in" life in a rustic setting free from cell signals and without wifi access. 

Each campground features basic amenities such as parking areas, hand pump water, vault toilets and information kiosks. The semi-primitive campsites provide a picnic table, fire pit and a place to pitch your tent.

When you arrive at your campground of choice, please check-in and pay your fee at the kiosk and read the information posted to update yourself about any rules and regulations that have changed since your last visit.  When you depart, please leave the campsite the way you would want to find it.

Traditional Campgrounds

These campgrounds include opportunities for both car camping and walk-in tent camping. 
Drive-in Sites are $15 per night
Walk-In Sites are $10 per night
Group Sites are $50 per night
  • Gales Creek Campground          
  • Jones Creek Campground                     
  • Nehalem Falls Campground 

 Walk-In Tent Campgrounds

Walk-in campgrounds feature small campsites set around central parking areas.  Walk-in Sites are $10 per night.
  • Elk Creek Campground   (Tent camping only.  Due to limited parking NO campers, 5th-wheels or RVs permitted.  Utility trailers under 10' allowed.)              
  • Keenig Creek Campground 

OHV Campgrounds

OHV Campgrounds are set up with generously sized camping opportunities and a central staging area for day use activities.
Drive-in Sites are $15 per night
Group Sites are $50 per night

  • Browns Camp OHV Campground and Staging Area 
  • Diamond Mill OHV Campground and Staging Area (open year-round)
  • Jordan Creek OHV Campground and Staging Area 
Equestrian Campgrounds

Both Reehers Camp and Stagecoach have campsites for traditional car campers and sites with corrals that are designated for use by campers with horses only.
All sites are $15 per night.
  • Reehers Camp        
  • Stagecoach Horse Camp (open year-round / April 1 - Oct 31, all corral sites are for campers with horses only)