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RV camping at Humbug Mountain State Park

Reservations

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Stay in a cabin or yurt, pets too
Some parks allow visitors to reserve a cabin or yurt in advance. mdi-chevron-right
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First-come, first-served camping
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Now accepting reservations from October 25, 2020 to November 23, 2020

The information below is valid when operations are normal:

Reservations are accepted at most campgrounds and at parks with reservable group day-use facilities. Campsites and group facilities are first-come, first served when not reserved. That said, we recommend making a reservation, because sites and facilities fill quickly. Other things to know:

  • New sites come online at midnight each night.
  • An $8 reservation fee is charged for each site reserved whether you call or go online.
  • You will receive a confirmation letter via e-mail (within 1 hour) or in the mail (within 7-10 days) after making your reservation.
  • You must be 18 or older to make a reservation. An adult must accompany minors at the site.
  • Horse camping sites are only for people camping with their horses or other pack animals.
  • Some campgrounds are first-come, first-served. Check individual park pages for season dates and reservation information.

30-day Reservation Window

New reservations are accepted one day to 30 days in advance for stays that begin within this time period. This change, from the former nine-month reservation window, is in response to covid-19.  The shorter window means that when services change abruptly — as with a pandemic or massive wildfires — we do not need to change, cancel or refund a large number of reservations. Not only are reservation changes a huge inconvenience to visitors, they can be complicated and time consuming.  Also, refunds are a big financial hit at the worst possible time: when we are trying to restore operations safely with far fewer staff. A 30-day window offsets some of the uncertainty, and enables us to better predict revenue and expenses.

We do plan to return to a longer window at some point, and we will make a public announcement when we do. For more information, visit our Covid-19 Response page.

Payment

Full payment is required at the time you make your reservation or change an existing reservation.

  • Online reservations must be paid with a Visa or MasterCard.  
  • Over the phone, we also accept American Express and gift certificates, if the reservation arrival date is in 10 days or more.

Changes and Cancellations

  • Changes can only be made over the phone by calling 800-452-5687 during business hours (8am –5pm Monday through Friday). Changes are subject to a service fee.
  • You may cancel your reservation by phone or online up to one day before your scheduled arrival. If you need to cancel on your arrival date, call the park directly. Cancellations are subject to a service fee.
  • Only the person whose name is on the reservation can change or cancel the reservation.

More Reservation Information

  • For information on camping policies — such as length of stay, site capacity, and extra vehicles — see our FAQ.
  • Driveway lengths are listed at oregonstateparks.reserveamerica.com. All vehicles, including towed vehicles, must be able to fit into the paved driveway space.

Questions? Call 800-452-5687, 8 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday (closed holidays).

 

Some parks are open for day-use and camping, with reduced services. Check the Park Status Map and FAQ for details. Campfire restrictions may be in place.