Glamping: Behind the Scenes

Glamping on the shores of the Deschutes River. / Photo by Dina Boswell

This summer, take your style outdoors. Glamorous camping, known as “glamping,” is a budget-friendly way to enjoy a five star vacation while still experiencing the Oregon outdoors. 1859 took high quality, Oregon-made products to the tranquil banks of the Deschutes River for a luxurious glamping adventure. Satisfy even the most finicky campers with a little imagination and these local products.

Find These Great Oregon Products in the Photos

Shirt by Pendleton | Vintage Fit Rider Shirt | $115


Throw Pillows by Indian vs Indian | Start at $36 |

Throw Pillows by She’s Happy Design Co. | $35-$60 |


Travel Bag by Maya Moon | $496

Yarn by Imperial Yarn | Native Twist | $16  

Dani Natural Products | Organic Grapefruit Ginger Lotion | $14 |

Cycle Dog | Trail Buddy Bowl | $20 |

Pendleton | Yakima Camp Blanket | starts at $88 |

RugEmpire | Recycled Wool Pet Bed | starts at $20 |

Keen | Glarus Boot | $160 |

Stovetec | Biomass Cook Stove | starts at $83 |

Vulture Cycles | Custom Bike | $1,400 |

Northwest Plank Company | Live Edge Table | prices vary |

Snow Peak | Tulip Lantern | $149.95 |

Hooked on Wood | Shoji Lantern with Stand | $175 | 503.746.6031

Pendleton Woolen Mills | Roll-up Picnic Blanket | $118 |

Northwest Alpine | Black Spider Light Hoody | $90 |

Made in Oregon | Heart Oregon! T-shirt | $17.95 |

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