“Cottonwood Canyon State Park is rugged and vast, from the vertical cliffs carved by the John Day River to deep side canyons and arid, rocky grasslands that extend for miles in all directions. The park’s 8,000-plus acres are open for exploring, stargazing and contemplating the elemental forces that carved this unique landscape.”
Meg and I stayed here in this exquisite State Park in mid October. Not quite Glamping (we had to pitch our own tent), but close. Besides all the headroom, Meg really enjoyed a super cot from REI that was fully padded. And Leif had a good time too.