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Boasting high deserts, shrublands, mixed forests, numerous bodies of water, and volcanoes, Oregon is one of the most geographically diverse states in the United States. With that in mind, it’s a perfect choice for RV travel, especially if you have a couple of weeks at your disposal.

Where To Rent An RV In Oregon?

Will your route lie along the seaside areas of Oregon? If so, then you have plenty of options for RV rental, whether if renting from a local dealer or online platforms like Outdoorsy or RVshare. You will have especially many locations and dealers to choose from in Salem, the state’s capital, and the state’s largest city Portland.

You have a few rental locations in the southern seaside areas of Oregon as well.

However, if coming from the east, know that you won’t have as many options as in the western, beachfront territories of Oregon. This shouldn’t be a problem though since you will probably come to Oregon for its beaches anyway.

RV Campgrounds & National Parks In Oregon

To explore the diverse geography of the state of Oregon, consider these RV campgrounds & parks:

  • Boardman Marina & RV Park.
  • Crater Lake RV Park.
  • Sea & Sand RV Park.
  • Wallowa Lake State Park.
  • Grande Hot Springs RV Resort.
  • Umatilla Marina RV Park.
  • Sunny Valley RV Park and Campground.
  • Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort.
  • Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort.
  • Crystal Crane Hot Springs.

Crater Lake National Park is also an excellent choice if you are looking for gorgeous views. It is situated at a high altitude and is thus pretty cool even in summer. Not only that, but one of its centerpieces is the deep Crater Lake in Oregon aged at around 7,000 years.

Popular Tourist Attractions In Oregon

Portland, Oregon’s largest city, is the richest city in the state in terms of attractions and entertainment. The local Oaks Amusement Park is one of the oldest ones in the country. If you are up to a museum visit, then consider the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.

The city of Bend is also worth a visit – considered the outdoors capital of the state, it offers plenty of activities to engage in like fishing, rock climbing, and even skiing.

Events In Oregon

The Bounty of Yamhill County food & wine festival will interest you if you want to try out of local dishes. Another similar event is the Oregon Brewers Festival dedicated to local brewers and cider makers.

We also suggest that you go see a play or two at the Portland Opera or the Oregon Symphony.