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Where to Stay

 Where To Stay When You’re Here

Below you’ll find information on camping near the Fair site as well as many other opportunities for lodging throughout Lane County and the coast. Consider staying in Eugene. It is just 25 minutes east of the event site, and the Fair runs free bus shuttles between Eugene and the Fair throughout the 3-day weekend.

Travel Lane County has an Area Lodging Guide and a Camping Guide available by by calling (541) 484-5307, (800) 547-5445 or by visiting their website at www.eugenecascadescoast.org. Private vacation rentals can be found on www.airbnb.com and www.vrbo.com.

About Neighborhood Campsites

The Fair property does not have camping for the public, but many of our neighbors do!  The list of neighborhood campsites on this page is comprised of information that has been submitted to us by neighbors who are running their own campsite businesses during the Fair. Although these are nearby, the OCF does not own, operate, manage or staff them. Please contact them directly!

Please respect our neighbors! Not all neighbors are offering camping opportunities. If you want to stay nearby, do not camp on private property or roadways—instead, camp at neighborhood campsites!

Zumwalt Campground – Sponsored by the City of Veneta

Carefree Farms Campground

Darling Reunion Campground

ElfenWood Camp

EZ Camp

The Furthurside Campground

Hideaway Camp

The OtherSide Campground

Quiet Camp

Shady Rest

Other Area Camping

Eugene Hostel

Eugene Whiteaker International Hostels, minutes from downtown Eugene, the hostel offers men’s and women’s dorms, a fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities and free high-speed wireless internet. Walk or ride the local bus to the downtown bus station to catch the shuttle to the Fair. (541) 343-3335