"In Oregon, you're never far from the middle of nowhere," says author Judy Jewell in this new, easy-to-use guide. "But fortunately," she adds, "there are usually great campgrounds out there, too." Here is the only evaluative guide to help you choose from Oregon's more than 600 public campgrounds, from U.S. Forest Service sites to the coast's famous state parks. Jewell rates the campgrounds on a scale of 1 to 5 and gives the lowdown on what facilities are available for RVs, trailers, and tents-including information on location, sites, hookups, toilets and showers, seasonal closures, reservations, and much more. So pitch your tent, park your VW bus, or hook up your RV, because with this guide, you'll never go siteless on 4th of July weekend again!