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Incorporated in 1880, Amity, Oregon is a quaint village between Salem and Portland. This fabulous locale is situated west of the Cascade Mountains in the temperate, rainy climates of coastal Oregon.

The town was first settled by two brothers, Joseph and Ahio S. Watt, who traveled out west on the infamous Oregon Trail. The name Amity was chosen when a dispute was settled between two communities, conveying peaceful vibes and an easygoing atmosphere. In fact, the town’s motto says “Where Friendship Begins,” which is a lovely sentiment to exude, especially when it comes to attracting tourism.

Amity isn’t as well-known as Portland, Eugene, or Salem, but it is close enough to these Oregon hotspots to warrant a visit. When you book an RV in Amity, all of western Oregon and beyond can be at your fingertips, from the stunning coastline to the rigid Cascade Mountains.

Experience the Sites and Scenery

Western Oregon is a fascinating place to visit, full of pristine forests, rugged mountain ranges, recreation areas, parks, and delightful beaches. You hardly have to drive far in your Amity RV rental to reach some excellent outdoor spots packed with natural beauty and enchanting views. Henry Hagg County Park is a lakefront park north of town where you can enjoy the scenery while camping out in your Amity camper rental. Henry Hagg Lake, for which the park is named, is home to several other recreation areas, but the park is the best place to go fishing, put your boat into the water, or go for a swim. There are miles of hiking and biking trails circling the lake, and tons of wonderful bird watching areas.

Silver Falls State Park is another fine option when you rent an RV and need a place to visit. Known for its breathtaking array of waterfalls, hiking around the park is an absolute pleasure. South Falls is the park’s most popular place to visit, with a staggering 175 feet of cascading water. Silver Falls is renowned for its beauty, which is why it has been used as a filming location for countless productions.

Tillamook State Forest is a commonly visited fixture out by the coast that you can easily reach in your Amity RV rental. This outdoor paradise was once used for timber harvesting and was burned in wildfires that temporarily devastated the landscape. Now the forest has fully recovered and is one of the rainiest places in the country, with lots of biodiversity and plenty of recreation options.

Mount Hood National Forest has incredible views of the mountain for which it is named. Over four and a half million people enter the forest each year to hike, swim, bike, or climb the massive stratovolcano, Mount Hood, making it one of the most popular national forests in the United States. You can find several safe and scenic places to camp within the forest, all while enjoying the comfort of your Amity motorhome rental.

Where to Park It

You won't have any trouble finding a campsite when you rent an RV in Amity, as there are plenty of options nearby. Silver Spur RV Park is one of the choices and offers daily, weekly, and monthly stays. The campsites are spacious and cozy, and on-site amenities include a game room, clubhouse, and meeting areas for guests to utilize.

Premier RV Resort of Salem Oregon offers a long list of amenities. The resort is big-rig friendly, with large camping sites, a swimming pool, a fitness center, a movie theater, a gift shop, basketball and volleyball courts, a library for movies and books, and more.

The Portland-Woodburn RV Park is between Amity and Portland, just off I-5. There are plenty of grassy areas, shower and laundry facilities, and a seasonal swimming pool that you can use.

City Attractions

Visitors to this small town in Oregon can’t expect to find loads of attractions in Amity when measured up against places like Portland, but luckily there are some stellar points of interest in the area. For one, lovers of fine wine will relish a visit to the region, known for its fantastic selection of wine in a land of rolling vineyards. There are too many tasting rooms, wineries, and vineyards to possibly name in the surrounding area, but you'll probably want to visit at least a few when you rent an RV in Amity.

Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum is a fascinating place to learn about engineering innovations over the years that lead to different forms of flight and space travel. There are short films you can watch in the museums state-of-the-art theater, and a variety of amazing planes and jets on display from different time periods.

Just north of town, the waterpark is a good place to visit for those traveling with families. You don’t have to be a child to get the most out of this thrilling waterpark, home to slides, pools, splash pads, and tons of other exciting features.

A trip up to Portland is definitely worthwhile if you have the time and feel like seeing the big city. There are sporting events, musical performances, peaceful gardens, historic buildings, and much more to see and do in Portland when you bring your Amity RV rental for a day trip.

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