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Albany / Corvallis KOA, OR

Surrounded by scenic wine country and just five miles from Oregon State University, Albany/Corvallis KOA is a great place to pull in with your Corvallis camper rental. There’s an outdoor heated pool where you can relax after a long day exploring, as well as fire pits at every site and campfires are permitted throughout the year. Traveling with your pet? No worries, with the 4,000-square-foot Kamp K9 Park waiting to keep them entertained. If you want to stretch your legs, there’s also a short nature trail that leaves directly from the RV park and a basketball court to keep kids busy.

Camping at Albany/Corvallis KOA includes your choice of 30 or 50 amp electrical service and full hookup sites. They …

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Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA, OR

Where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean, Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA is a family-friendly RV park in Hammond. It features an indoor pool and hot tub where you can relax after a long day exploring the Oregon coast, as well as an outdoor pool to cool off in during the summer months. A jumping pillow, children’s playground, and mini-golf course will keep young guests entertained while pets are welcome to stay with you and utilize the on-site dog park. A basketball court, board games, and pool tables are among the recreational facilities, together with arcade games and a ping-pong table.

Camping at Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA includes your choice of 30 or 50 amp electric service and full hookup sites, with the …

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Bandon / Port Orford KOA, OR

Few places in America inspire with beauty quite like the fabulous Pacific shores of Oregon. Up and down this glorious stretch of coastline, you can find enchanting forests of evergreen, rugged coastlines, and some of the most incredible beaches imaginable. Of all the places on the Oregon coast that you could visit, picking up a campervan rental and exploring the area between Medford might be the most enjoyable way to spend your vacation.

When you rent an RV near Bandon/Port Orford KOA, you can experience the best that the state has to offer, with breathtaking views of both the surrounding forest and the vast and open ocean. The RV park is an exemplary place to stay the night …

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Cascade Locks / Portland East KOA, OR

A scenic 40-mile drive from the brilliant city of Cascade Locks, nestled within the Columbia River Gorge in northern Oregon. The surrounding area perfectly embodies the spirit of the Columbia River, featuring stunning views of the gorge and plenty of state parks and national forests to explore.

Aside from its convenient location near Oregon’s largest and most popular city and its naturally beautiful surroundings, Cascade Locks/Portland East KOA is a fantastic place to stay with your campervan rental. This inviting RV park will have you feeling right at home with its cozy campsites perfectly …

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Grants Pass KOA, OR

On the banks of Jumpoff Joe Creek, the Grants Pass KOA is a family-friendly campground for exploring Southern Oregon. This RV park is just a short drive from the Rogue River, which has been designated as a National Wild and Scenic River while being within easy access of the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest and Crater Lake National Park.

Camping at Grants Pass KOA offers access to their fully-stocked general store, as well as a swimming hole at the base of the waterfall on Jumpoff Joe Creek. RVs up to 65 feet in length can pull into their full hookup sites that offer both 30 or 50 amp electrical connections. Wi-Fi is provided free to campers, with firewood and propane …

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Klamath Falls KOA, OR

Existing in its own peaceful realm in the incredible countryside of southern Oregon, far from places like book an RV in Klamath County, you’ll be amazed from the second you arrive.

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Lemolo Lake / Crater Lake North KOA, OR

Near the shores of Lemolo Lake in central Oregon, you can book an RV rental and stay at one of the most peaceful and scenic campgrounds in the Pacific Northwest. Lemolo is a Chinook native word for "wild,” and when you rent an RV near Lemolo Lake/Crater Lake North KOA, you will immediately see what the name refers to. Bountiful forests brimming with wildlife blanket the Cascade Mountains, with dazzling views of Oregon’s rich evergreen landscape in all directions. From the lofty peaks and volcanoes near the RV park to the impressive Oregon coastline, there are thousands of reasons to visit and camp in this incredible state.

Although this idyllic campground is situated in the heart of national forest land, …

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Lincoln City KOA, OR

One of the biggest draws of motorhome camping in Lincoln City is its proximity to the Oregon coast. Whether you like beachcombing or gliding on a kayak on a calm lake, you won't be far from water-based action. After a day filled with fun, Lincoln City KOA’s mature trees provide a soothing shade and some privacy so you can reflect in peace. Whatever your needs, you’re likely to find a site that best suits your rental RV. Full hookup and water/electric sites come with 50/30/20 amp service, some with fire rings, some with a picnic table and a fire pit. Wi-Fi is available, while cable service is on offer in full hookup sites. Maximum site length is 70 feet.

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Medford / Gold Hill KOA, OR

Nestled in the hills of southern Oregon, the Medford / Gold Hill KOA is a family-friendly RV park near the Rogue River. It’s surrounded by picturesque farmlands for a rural getaway while still being within easy access of both Grants Pass. The Oregon coast and Crater Lake are both easy day trips from the campground, as is historic Jacksonville and the annual Shakespeare Festival in nearby Ashland.

Camping at Medford / Gold Hill KOA is accessible to RVs up to 80 feet in length, with full hookup, pull-through sites that offer both 30 or 50 amp electrical connections. Wi-Fi and cable TV are provided to campers, with firewood and propane both available to purchase if necessary. There’s …

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Oregon Dunes KOA, OR

On the shores of the Pacific Ocean about two hours' drive southwest of Eugene, the Oregon Dunes KOA campground welcomes those exploring the natural playground of the Pacific Northwest. Oregon Dunes KOA is also a great stop for ATV and ORV enthusiasts, offering easy access to Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. When you’re RV camping at Oregon Dunes KOA, you will be able to take advantage of full hookup sites offering 20, 30, and 50 amp electrical service. You will also have your choice between a back-in or pull-through site.

After you spend your day exploring the beauty and wonder of the Pacific Northwest, you can return to your rental motorhome at Oregon Dunes KOA to relax and unwind. …

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Pendleton KOA, OR

Pendleton sits in Oregon’s eastern half, far from the quirky bars of Portland and the outdoor adventure of the Columbia River Gorge. Fear not though, there’s still much to enjoy when camping in an RV near Pendleton.

One of the best places to set up camp is at the Pendleton KOA, which has an extensive list of amenities to keep you comfortable during your motorhome camping adventure. Their sites are set up to fit RV rentals that are up to 65 feet in length, and each of them has full hookups, including a 50 amp electrical capacity.

Don’t feel like cooking inside your rig or out on the grill? There’s a much larger Kamping Kitchen where you can do your …

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Redmond / Central Oregon KOA, OR

Situated in the high desert region of Oregon, the Redmond / Central Oregon KOA is an ideal base for exploring the state’s recreational parks and historic towns. It boasts magnificent views of the Cascade Range, including the soaring peaks of Mount Jefferson and Mount Hood, while being just a stone’s throw from Lake Billy Chinook and the Haystack Reservoir.

Camping at Redmond / Central Oregon KOA is accessible to RVs up to 100 feet in length, with a range of full hookup sites offering 30 or 50 amp electrical connections. Wi-Fi is provided for free to campers at this Culver RV park, with firewood and propane both available to purchase on site. There’s a heated swimming pool where you can …

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Waldport / Newport KOA, OR

Step into the heart of the Pacific Northwest and opt for camping at Waldport / Newport KOA. Sitting on the Alsea River, minutes away from the scenic shores of the ocean, it is a dream destination for outdoor lovers coming to the area. Another great thing about this campground is its amenities – from cable TV and Wi-Fi access to propane and firewood available on-site. If you want to get out of your RV rental and explore, you can rent a bike and enjoy the panoramic views of Alsea Bay. For all your basic necessities, drop by the Kamp Store.

Campers looking for full hookup sites are in luck – they can choose from back-in sites with 50/30, 30/20, and …

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Glenyan RV Park and Campground, OR

The oasis of Ashland’s Creekside Campground and RV Park awaits you in magnificent Ashland, Oregon. Once known as Glenyan RV Park and Campground, this facility has been given an updated name to better reflect its wonderful setting and natural beauty. The Campground and RV Park is set on the rushing waters of Neil Creek in a lush, verdant environment. It is also situated across from the sparkling Emigrant Lake, which is a popular destination for all kinds of outdoor recreation in Oregon’s Rogue Valley.

Start your motorhome camping vacation with a search for an RV in Jackson County, and then set a course to Ashland’s Creekside Campground and RV Park to immerse yourself in nature. Choose from one of …

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Riverside RV Resort, OR

To the west, the wild Pacific ocean beckons, and to the east, the Siskiyou Mountains range looms, hinting at untold adventures. RV camp at Riverside RV Resort for the best of both worlds. Riverside RV Resort has one extra perk: easy access to Chetco River, which is known as one of Oregon’s “big fish” rivers. Fish weighing over 30 pounds, and occasionally 40 and 50 pounds, have been caught in this waterway.

Riverside RV Resort is a family-run facility. Capable of hosting around 50 RVs, the facility offers full hookups with a range of electric hookup options of 20, 30, or 50 amps. There are restrooms with warm showers, a laundry room, and the recreation/clubhouse also has a free book …

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Cascade Locks Marine Park Campground, OR

Overlooking the waters of the Columbia River, the Cascade Locks Marine Park Campground is a family-friendly RV park near Oregon’s border with Washington. It’s an idyllic base for exploring the Cascade Locks Historical Museum and the Columbia River Gorge, which can be enjoyed from the Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler riverboat.

RV camping at the Cascade Locks Marine Park Campground includes access to 15 sites, 11 of which offer electric and water hookups. There’s a central bathroom and shower building for campers to utilize, as well as free public Wi-Fi and picnic tables available at each site. Fires are not permitted at the RV campground, with only clean-burning cooking stoves allowed.

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Waterwheel RV Park and Campground, OR

Waterwheel RV Park and Campground is located near the small community of Bend, OR, at over 100 miles to the north.

The campground is situated within a very forested, mountainous, and rural part of the state. This is a place where nature reigns supreme. Due to extreme winter weather in the area, the park is closed around the first of December through the end of February. …

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Pacific City RV Camping Resort, OR

Just across the road from the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean, Pacific City RV Camping Resort hosts thousands of campers each year. This western Oregon camping paradise is between Lincoln City in one of the most beautiful spots in the entire Pacific Northwest, with sweeping views of the ocean from high atop the rugged bluffs that line the sea.

It doesn’t get much better than RV camping at Pacific City RV Camping Resort, a peaceful place to spend any vacation. Guests are greeted with a whole host of camping spots and lodging options, with hundreds of tent camping sites and full hookup RV campsites throughout the park. Cabins and cottages are also available to rent. Several bathroom …

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Whalen Island County Campground, OR

In the middle of scenic Sand Lake in coastal Oregon lies Whalen Island County Campground. This remote island park is just far enough away from civilization to give campers a relaxing atmosphere while remaining close to towns like Portland.

Whalen Island County Campground is open all year round. Just over 30 sites dot this pleasant campground on Whalen Island, with tent sites and RV sites available. Each campsite has a picnic table and a fire pit, but there is no electricity at this rustic slice of heaven by the shore. Potable water, restrooms, and a dump station are on-site.

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Bay Point Landing Campground, OR

The Coos Bay region of the Oregon coast might be one of the most underrated destinations in the western U.S. When renting an RV here, you’ll be just a short drive away from the awesome hiking trails of the Cascade Mountains and literally minutes from the shores of the Pacific Ocean. The nightlife is fantastic for a small town, as summer tourists come from all around the Pacific Northwest to enjoy the tranquility of Coos Bay. While the town has several great RV parks to choose from, if you’re looking for modern amenities, you can’t do much better than Bay Point Landing Campground.

Bay Point Landing Campground sits on the western edge of the Coos Bay region, on the Cape …

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