The Muddy Camper is a website dedicated to all things camping and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest. Why “Muddy Camper”? It seemed fitting for the way we often camp in our ultra wet climate.
Our goal at the Muddy Camper is to organize the information you want in a way that is easy to find. We believe in keeping things simple while providing as much information as possible to make your next adventure a success.
We currently feature campgrounds in Oregon and Washington and are constantly adding new content to the site. Thanks for stopping by and happy trails!
So far this summer has been a scorcher and the Northwest’s official start to the summer – the 4th of July – isn’t even here yet. Here is a list of 5 things you can do to beat the heat while staying active this summer.
To bring awareness and celebrate our state parks, Oregon will be offering free access to state parks on Saturday, June 6th as well as a full weekend of free fishing on the 6th and 7th. The free parks day is something Oregon has been doing since 1997 and the primary goal is to bring awareness and appreciation for our parks.
Looking for a challenging and at times a bit sketchy hike? Look no further than the Rock of Ages hike on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge. This ten mile long loop hike serves up some serious terrain jam packed with steeps, bushwhacking, hand over foot climbing, amazing views, waterfalls and massive elevation gain.