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30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping

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  • Yurt campsite at Beverly Beach State Park Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Yurt campsite at South Beach State Park.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Typical yurt interior at South Beach State Park Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • McKenzie River adjacent to Belknap Hot Springs Resort + Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Deluxe tent campsites at El Capitan Canyon.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Deluxe tent campsite at El Capitan Canyon.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Cabins at LaPine State Park Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Cabin campsite at Silver Falls State Park Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Yurt campsites at Champoeg State Park Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Cabins at Cape Disappointment State Park Campground D.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Cabins at Fort Stevens State Park Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Typical cabin site at Rasar State Park Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Yurt campsite in Grayland Beach State Park Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Yurt campsite in Grayland Beach State Park Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • John MacDonald Memorial Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • One of six yurts in John MacDonald Memorial Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • One of two yurt campsites in Paradise Point State Park Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • A typical cabin at Wallace Falls Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Cabins at The Lost Resort.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Cabin interior at The Lost Resort.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Cozy cabin at Loon Lake Lodge.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Yurt at Loon Lake Lodge.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • One of the yurts at Wallowa Lake.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Inside a deluxe yurt at Umpqua Lighthouse State Park.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • A cabin in Umpqua Lighthouse State Park.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Typical yurt campsite at Carl G. Washburne.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Yurts are a popular choice at William M. Tugman State Park.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Cabin at Huckleberry Campground. Photo by John Cody.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
  • Hermit Gulch Campground.- 30 Campgrounds Perfect for West Coast Winter Camping
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For many of us, winter is a time for hibernation when we hunker down watch old movies, read good books, and spend time looking out our windows. Those of us who aren't into snow sports may feel left with few winter outdoor options. This is particularly true when it comes to camping: it's just something reserved for summer... right?  Not at all!

We're here to remind you that we are lucky to have countless campgrounds that are actually open year-round. We've selected 30 campgrounds that all feature heated yurts and cozy rustic cabins, making it easy to plan a long weekend and get out this winter. Best of all, prices for staying at any of these locations can be as low as $30 per night. All of these yurts and cabins feature electrical lighting, outlets, and heating, though packing a few extra amenities such as your own table lamps can make these rustic accommodations feel that much more comfortable.

Washington:

Oregon:

California:

Really, most state park campgrounds throughout the U.S. West are open year-round.  Beyond the campgrounds we've selected above, each state has a myriad other campgrounds that feature yurts and cabins - plus tent sites for the warmer regions of California! 

Below are links to a full list for each state:

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