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6 Amazing Oregon Glamping Destinations Perfect For A Romantic Getaway

Looking for a rustic and romantic honeymoon? Oregon is well known for its diverse and natural beauty. Camping, while adventurous and fun, is not easy. Gear, setting up camp, food, water, and weather are all things that travelers have to take into consideration So if you’re looking to spend some time in the great outdoors to relax after your honeymoon, glamping is a wonderful low-key alternative. Spend time in the Oregon wilderness while enjoying luxurious accommodations. Sounds perfect. 

Pancea at the Canyon

Pancea at the Canyon: This glamping ground is located in the high desert of Central Oregon and is surrounded by the Crooked River National Grasslands and Crooked River Canyon. While you’re camping at Pancea at the Canyon, honeymooners can enjoy an art gallery, in-suite bathroom, gas fireplace,s holistic spa, lounging pool private decks, stargazer tent, sunset reception, and open-air showers. The canyon also offers plenty of activities like an alpaca farm, hot air balloon rides, adventures on Lake Billy Chinook, Maragas Winery, The Peter Skene Ogden State Park or the Smith Rock State Park. Tents run about $875/night and the word Pancea is defined as something that makes all problems or troubles disappear. That dream can definitely become a reality at Pancea at the Canyon. 

Out ‘n’ About Treesort

Looking to go camping in the treetops? This is the perfect place. The Oregonian homegrown and based business is an awesome Treehouse Resort and unforgettable honeymoon experience. The Out ‘n’ About Treehouse Resort is located in Junction, Oregon. The two person treehouse is $150/night. The treehouse is about 12 feet off the ground and super cozy. The “U” shaped sitting area can turn into a bed at night and also has a small sleeping loft. While there’s not a private bathroom, it’s definitely popular with couples. On property, honeymooners can zipline, horseback ride, hike, do arts and crafts and check into local music and events. 

Tipi Village Retreat

Tipi Village Retreat: is one of the most unique glamping grounds in Oregon.Located in the Mohawk Valley near Eugene/Oregon, Tipi Village Retreat is perfect for adventure. The glamping ground is tipi style and focuses on Zen. Stone floors and comfy beds are perfect for Oregon summer nights. The resort serves a gourmet breakfast by the creek or on the patio and dinner reservations are available. Tipis run between $400.00- $1000.00/3 nights.  They also offer on site Reflexology and Yoga sessions. Honeymooners can explore Oregon beaches, Crater Lake, the High Desert Museum, go white water rafting, visit the Oregon Coast Aquarium and take a hot air balloon ride.

A beautiful Oregonian sunset for honeymooners

Elk Lake Resort

is located only 25 miles southwest Bend, Oregon. Glamping here is $99/night and full of activities for honeymooners. The lake offers kayaking, fishing, and plenty of other rental equipment too. Each glamping tent is equipped with a dining table, picnic table, lantern, bedding and two futons. Guests can also get complimentary shampoo and condition for free showers at the lodge. If you’re looking for some entertainment outside the resort you can head into Bend and explore the town. Seaside, Oregon is also a close town and known for its romantic views. 

Vernonia Springs

is a beautiful eco-friendly private park in Northwest Oregon halfway between Portland and Cannon Beach. Their glamping accommodations are around $90/night and are 200 sq ft. They come with queen beds, comforters, heat, lights, and power for charging your cell phone. They also have complimentary wifi. If you’re looking to venture outside of Vernonia Springs, the small town of Vernonia was once home to the largest douglas fir mill in the world. There’s also plenty of biking trails around the area.