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Just a few miles west of one of the country’s most unique cities of Portland, and in the beautiful landscape of the Pacific Northwest, Beaverton, Oregon, has a personality all its own. This gorgeous region offers visitors unique cultural activities, both in the city and the surrounding rural areas, along with an amazing variety of outdoor experiences. Beaverton is located in the Tualatin River Valley, boasts a charming, small-town plaza and shopping district, and is a great place to base your travels in and around this part of the country. From sophisticated to funky city experiences, and majestic mountain and seascape views, Beaverton is an attractive destination for all ages and interests. Enjoy your own adventure in the Pacific Northwest and book an RV in Beaverton, Oregon.

Experience the Sites and Scenery

It would be hard to find a region more beautiful than the Pacific Northwest, with its volcanically-formed mountains, lush rainforests, the force and beauty of the Pacific Ocean, endless riverways, waterfalls, lakes and streams. Really, your options are almost limitless, especially with the mobile accommodations of your Beaverton rental camper.

The Beaverton/Portland area has many natural areas, offering great places for a walk or picnic. Local favorites include the Jordan Woods Natural Area, a gem of an area tucked into a pretty little neighborhood. Paved and unpaved walking paths connect this park to the nearby Jackie Husen Park. Another in-town nature treat is the Government Island State Recreation Area, with a series of islands accessible only by small watercraft; there is a myriad of opportunities for hiking, swimming and fishing. Take the kids to Nadaka Nature Park, with its fun playground, picnic facilities, nature trails and community garden.

This part of Oregon is home to the spectacular Columbia River, and not too far of a drive in your Beaverton rental RV is the wondrous Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. A must-see feature is Multnomah Falls, but you’ll also find fishing, hiking, camping, picnic areas, and stunning sightseeing opportunities.

To the west of Beaverton is the grand coastline of Oregon, where the land meets the Pacific Ocean. Dotted with beautiful cliffsides, sandy beaches and active tide pools, this part of Oregon is another great reason to travel by Beaverton rental RV. You can camp right on the beach at Beverly Beach State Park, attend interpretive programs at the meeting house, hike, fish and watch one of the most beautiful sunset views you will ever see.

For an extended road trip in your Beaverton motorhome rental, find yourself in Crater Lake National Park. You can easily spend two to three days or more exploring this fantastic landscape. Known for its namesake Crater Lake, which was formed as a result of a collapsed volcano cone, you can enjoy numerous trails and the fabulous Rim Drive which takes you all around the lake.

City Attractions

Of course, you can visit burgeoning Portland, known for its quirkiness, green spaces, great eateries, city parks and arts and culture. But, Beaverton is a destination all its own. This charming town is the state’s most ethnically diverse in the state, and this is highlighted through several annual events including the International Celebration, Ten Tiny Dances, a showcase of dances from around the world, and the famous Fiesta Latina.

Beaverton’s historic downtown area offers history, coupled with art and culture. Specialty shops and boutiques are neighbors with antique stores, acclaimed eateries and wine tasting rooms. Events are held almost every weekend in the downtown plaza, including art shows, cultural events, and free music concerts. This is a great place to park your rental RV in Beaverton and enjoy a picnic, some people watching, or maybe a little shopping and relaxation.

Enjoy a self-guided art walk through the downtown Beaverton area, and enjoy the many public sculptures and murals, and visit some of the many private galleries. The performing arts are alive and well in Beaverton, with several community theater groups in the area, including plays, dance troupes and symphony orchestras.

Learn about the history and future of the area through many fine museums. The interesting geological history of the Columbia River Gorge and the Pacific Northwest is explored in the Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals. Washington County Museum presents exhibits on topics that vary from space exploration to book art and the history of the area.

Love airplanes and the history of flight? Check out the Classic Aircraft Aviation Museum, and climb into the cockpit of a restored vintage fighter plane. Visit vintageTek Museum to learn about the history of technology.

What’s Unique

It’s said that folks who visit the Beaverton, Oregon, area in the Tualatin Valley never really leave. There’s something about this area that draws people together. This is a laid-back place, with an artist-community feel, coupled with stunning landscapes and outdoor activities in every direction. The generally mild weather makes it a year-round destination, and its proximity to national seashores makes it a place for every traveler’s interests and abilities. The unique flavor of such a culturally diverse place, and such close proximity to metropolitan Portland, ensures that every traveler will find something that he or she loves to do. Exploring this area in your Beaverton camper rental will really allow you to dive in like a native, and maybe never really leave.

Where to Park It

There are dozens of state parks and other green spaces where you can stay in your Beaverton, OR rental camper. There are also many private RV parks, offering complete amenities like swimming pools, laundry facilities, WiFi, cable TV, camp stores, and more. In the nearby national forests, you can dry-camp in your Beaverton travel trailer rental, and complete facilities are available in Crater Lake National Park and other national park lands, just a day’s drive away.

You’ll find plenty of services for your trip, including camping supply stores, hunting and fishing license locations, fuel stops, grocery and convenience stores, and much more. Walmart stores are located throughout the region. In Beaverton, there are Walmart Neighborhood Markets on the north and south sides of town.

The Food

If you are a foodie, you’ve struck it rich in the Beaverton and Tualatin Valley area. This part of the state has gained recognition in culinary circles as a foodie’s paradise. The Beaverton Farmers Market is the largest “all-agricultural” market in the region, and is open Saturday mornings from May through November. U-pick farms and farm stores dot the area during the summer harvesting season, and local restaurants take advantage of regional produce, too. Acclaimed restaurants, including many international flavors, offer fresh seafood, local beef, many gluten-free and vegan/vegetarian offerings, too. The area is specifically known for its many great Korean eateries, as well as several local wineries.

Stop dreaming and start planning your very own Tualatin Valley experience now! Search for an RV rental in Beaverton, OR, today!

RV Rentals in Beaverton, OR

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Nearby to Beaverton are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Mount Pilchuck State Park, Wallace Falls State Park Management Area, Mt St Helens National Volcanic Monument, and Tiger Mountain State Forest.

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