"We are working hard to welcome campers wherever we can safely do so, as soon as we can.”In order to reopen, each campground needs to meet several criteria, including having enough staff and cleaning supplies, and gaining consent from public health officials and the local community, park officials said.Reservations for campgrounds, which have been suspended since April 28, will reopen sometime next week, the parks department said. Oregon state parks has reopened a few campgrounds to the public amid the coronavirus pandemic, with more coming at the start of June. Staffing is very limited and will continue to be limited as we slowly welcome back visitors. In order to reopen a campground, these general conditions must be met: First, controlling the spread of COVID-19 factors into every operational decision we make. Your reservation fee covers the cost of your site and basic amenities like electric hookups and water (depending on type of site), as well as access to a restroom, as outlined in the Oregon Administrative Rules. Thank you for your patience. No. Because of the closure, we did not bring on our usual seasonal staff and volunteer hosts. Oregon has reopened a number of state parks and public lands. The department reminds people who do plan on visiting state parks to choose a park close to home in order to avoid nonessential travel, stay home if you’re feeling sick and to make sure to maintain physical distance from other visitors. These sites are closed to all types of camping. Battle Mountain Forest State Scenic Corridor day-use (no campground). Check the Park Status Map and FAQ for details. Imposing this surcharge is a way of discouraging non-essential travel and minimizing the potential spread across state lines.

Other parks may be added to this list. Some state parks will remain closed until at least Sept. 30, 2020. Oregon State Parks: Visit our park status map for the most recent information about limited day-use, limited camping beginning June 9 and the status of facilities. A full list of open sites is available on the Oregon State Parks website.. All Oregon State Parks sites on the coast remain closed. Commercial providers may still be open.

With limited staff and resources, we cannot spare additional rangers to staff closed cabin and yurt loops even if you are only tent camping or staying in an RV at the site. "In parks where you can spread out, please do so. Many parks are now open for day use and camping. The parks and recreation department said it has only hired 77 seasonal staff out of the 415 positions allotted. Additionally, some cabin and yurt sites do not have driveway space for RVs, nor do they have hookups. We’ll take care of the cancellations and refunds, including the $8 reservation fee. Also check our  Visitors holding those reservations will be contacted if a cancellation is required. You will be notified by email if your reservation is cancelled or modified. No walk-in or first-come, first-served camping will be available on the coast until further notice. Please understand that service levels may not be what you are used to, and areas and buildings within the park may be closed. If you need to call to make your reservation, our call center is open 8 a.m. - 5 …

Brochures and Maps; News Media; Contact You don’t need to do anything. Most cabins, yurts, hiker/biker sites, and group facilities remain closed. Oregon Coast Trail; Scenic Bikeways; Scenic Trails; Whale Watching; Junior Ranger; Get Involved; About Us; Store; Campfire restrictions may be in place. Reservations for most yurts and cabins, group camping and group day-use are still subject to cancellation. UPDATE at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 8. If the park is closed, so is the boat launch. Campfire restrictions may be in place. Be a part of it!The department said it may add other parks to that list in the future and urged people to “When it became clear in spring that revenues were going to be unstable, we froze hiring, curtailed discretionary spending and suspended large improvement and repair projects and other programs such as grants,” the department said in a statement on its website. Oregon Coast Trail; Scenic Bikeways; Scenic Trails; Whale Watching; Junior Ranger; Get Involved; About Us; Store; Some parks are open for day-use and camping, with reduced services. Oregon State Parks is taking a phased approach to reopening. Check our  It is also laying off nearly 50 people in other areas by June 30. Because of reduced staff, the department said, many of its facilities will be closed or have reduced hours. Some state parks will remain closed until at least Sept. 30, 2020. No. Some boat launches inside open state parks are closed. Some of Oregon’s popular state parks will stay closed at least through the summer due to budget cuts amid the coronavirus pandemic.The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department said it's currently facing a $22 million budget gap, forcing many parks and recreation sites around the state to operate with limited services.The department said at least eight state parks will remain closed until Labor Day, Sept. 7, or later.Sign up to get important news and culture from around the Northwest, delivered to your inbox six days a week.OPB’s critical reporting is made possible by the power of member support.