Thousand Trails knows there are many different ways to get out and camp, so we provide options for various types of campers. We hope to give each camper the best experience possible and our variety of great lodging options make that possible. From tent camping to the more eclectic covered wagon, we have your preference covered.
If your ideal camping trip involves your house on wheels, we have sites for you! Depending on the site chosen, hooking up at TT could include full water and electrical service, sewer access and possible cable service. Many campsites come with a grill and a picnic table. TT RV sites are first-come, first-served, so if you want a particular site, be one of the first to the park!
Tents are the most traditional way to camp. Sleeping under the stars, cooking dinner over an open fire, and crawling into sleeping bags are images most see when they think of camping. Thousand Trails is keeping that tradition alive! Our campsites vary from very simple, just your tent and the open sky, to coming equipped with water and electrical service. All the campsites are within close proximity to bathrooms and showers for guests’ convenience.
Our travel trailers sit on clean, spacious sites, and are outfitted with electrical service and water. Many have a picnic table and grill, but most amenities depend on the specific travel trailer booked and the preserve it resides on. They include a combination of queen beds, full beds, twin or full sized sleeper sofa, and bunk beds. Travel trailers hold up to four adults and are a great place to rest your head on your next family vacation!
Thousand Trails provides a variety of rental accommodations for the outdoor enthusiast. Our cabins and cottages, including Rancho Oso’s western cabins, are a great way to enjoy the comfort of home in the great outdoors. They range in size, from cabins comfortably holding four to six people. Depending on your rental selection, the sleeping arrangements may include a queen bed, double bed, bunk beds, a pull out queen couch, and/or a futon. Both cottages and cabins have personal bathrooms equipped with a shower. Many have separate sleeping areas, but some are a single large living area. All have their own kitchens, including everything except an oven. Please bring your own linens, unless otherwise specified.
Tired of the more common place forms of camping, or just looking for a new adventure? Thousand Trails has accommodations that will put a new spin on your next camping trip.
Thousand Trails’ Rancho Oso preserve offers a special form of lodging: covered wagons! These structures are stationary covered wagons, holding up to four campers per wagon. Each camper should bring their own bedding, four cots are provided. The wagons circle around the bonfire and grilling area, with space for private food preparation. The covered wagons and western cabins provided at Rancho Oso were developed by John Staton, the manager at the site until 1995. He “wanted to offer something unique for campers, so they could wake up and experience the animals.” Rancho Oso’s Lil Rosen said, “The covered wagons are great for any large grouping of people because they hold up to 40 people all together. They’re especially attractive to scout troops.” The covered wagons capture the heart of Rancho Oso so completely. Staying in one is a different, exciting experience.
Yurts are another fantastic form of lodging offered at Thousand Trails’ Bend-Sunriver, Mt. Vernon, Yosemite Lakes, and Encore’s Mt. Hood. To learn more about these unique forms of lodging, check out our yurt post!
Don’t own your own tent? Not a problem! Thousand Trails also offers the chance to stay in a luxury tent! These accommodations are available at Rancho Oso and Morgan Hill, and come complete with beds, windows, lighting, and ceiling fans. Safari tents hold from four to six people, and pet friendly sites are available. No private bathrooms, but the sites are in close proximity to bathrooms and showers.