By Tom Stienstra

Top-selling open air author Tom Stienstra covers the adventures of camping out in Oregon, together with remarkable campsites alongside the Oregon Coast, Portland and the Willamette Valley, the Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood, in addition to the Southern Cascades. Stienstra offers easy-to-follow maps with riding instructions to every campground, besides tenting recommendations from secluded alpine hike-ins to handy roadside stopovers. entire with information on what to pack, what to put on, reservations, charges, and the simplest tenting amenities, Moon Oregon Camping offers tourists the instruments they should create a extra own and noteworthy camping out event.

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Here is a capsule summary of each: Insulite pads: They are light, inexpensive, roll up quickly for transport, and can double as a seat pad at your camp. The negative side is that in one night, they will compress, making you feel like you are sleeping on granite. But they are light and they help keep you warm in the wilderness. Therm-a-Rest pads: These are a real luxury for wilderness travel because they do everything an Insulite pad does, but they also provide a cushion. The negative side is that they are expensive by comparison, and if they get a hole in them, they become worthless without a patch kit.

Mallard Marsh, The Southern Cascades, tap here. Trapper Creek, The Southern Cascades, tap here. Drews Creek, Southeastern Oregon, tap here. B Hiking Nehalem Falls, The Oregon Coast, tap here. Cape Lookout State Park, The Oregon Coast, tap here. Cape Blanco State Park, The Oregon Coast, tap here. Eagle Creek, The Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood, tap here. Toll Gate, The Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood, tap here. Belknap Hot Springs Resort, The Southern Cascades, tap here. Boulder Flat, The Southern Cascades, tap here.

Regardless of what you choose, weather should never be a nuisance or cause discomfort. There is no such thing as bad weather, so the saying goes, only bad gear. Hats Another word of advice: Always pack along a warm hat for those times when you need to seal in warmth. You lose a large percentage of heat through your head. At night in cold weather, I wear a skullcap. During the day, I almost always wear a wide-brimmed hat, something like those that the legendary outlaws wore 150 years ago. There’s actually logic behind it: My hat is made of waterproof canvas, is rigged with a lariat (it can be cinched down when it’s windy), and has a wide brim that keeps the tops of my ears from being sunburned.

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