The Oregon area offers some great camping opportunities. With three state parks, two church camps and a state forest, as well as some private campgrounds, the Oregon area can accommodate you. A couple of state park campsites that you may want to consider ……
Looking to spend a night under the stars? White Pines has 103 class B/S campsites with vehicular access and a shower/flush toilet building. There are 3 electric hook-up sites which are non-reservable. There are also sites available for the physically challenged. Campsites may be reserved by visiting the ReserveAmerica website at www.reserveamerica.com. Availability is generally not a problem aside from holiday weekends.There is an alcohol ban in the campground all year around. Camping rates are $10 a night per site. Limitations on a site are 4 adults or 1 family per site, 2 tents per site and 2 vehicles per site. Each site has a fire ring and a picnic table. For more information visit www.illinoisEAB.com. All laws and regulations are strictly enforced.
The home of the iconic statue of Blackhawk created by sculptor Lorado Taft, Lowden State Park offers both modern camping and primitive camping opportunities. Located just one mile north of Oregon on River Road, Lowden State Park is a great place to camp and enjoy all that Oregon has to offer.
In addition to the two state parks there are several private camping areas……….. Hansen’s Hideaway. Lake LaDonna, Lutheran Outdoor Ministry Center………Enjoy all that the Oregon area has to offer.