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Cornelius is a town that sits on the outskirts of Portland, Oregon’s largest city. For visitors to the area looking for the best of both worlds, they will enjoy the combination of vibrant city life and open countryside.

It was back in 1845 when the town first came into being following the arrival of Benjamin Cornelius and his family who settled in the area and began establishing farms on the land. However, it wasn't until 1893 when Cornelius was officially incorporated and before this, the area was known as Free Orchards. Today the town forms part of Washington County, and the area is popular with tourists primarily due to the convenient Tualatin Valley Highway that lies to the west of town and runs all the way from McMinnville and Beaverton.

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The Great Outdoors

When you book an RV in Cornelius, you will be able to discover beautiful outdoor spaces to explore and enjoy. The town sits within the Tualatin Valley, known for its fertile farmland, formed by the Tualatin River that flows to the south of the city. The entire area is packed with wildlife and is ideal for those interested in birdwatching, so don't forget to pack your binoculars in your luxury motorhome rental from Cornelius. There are also a number of bike paths to try out, and boats are available to rent on the Tualatin River during the summer.

Travel west in your Cornelius camper rental to the Northern Oregon Coast Range. A large, sweeping mountain range, hikers will be thrilled with the number of peaks to climb, including Rogers Peak, which sits within the Tillamook State Forest. This is the highest peak and is thought to date from over 40 million years ago. Carry on west to the city of Tillamook that sits towards the Pacific coast with its rugged coastline and discover plenty of beaches to explore around Tillamook Bay.

Cornelius is in fact surrounded by vast mountain ranges, whatever direction you choose to travel, with the Tualatin Mountains towards both the north and east. While the Chehalem Mountains sit to the south of the town.

RV Parks

The great thing about Cornelius’ location is its close proximity to Portland, where you will find plenty of locations to park your RV rental from Cornelius. One of the nearest is the Roamers Rest RV Park in Tualatin. Sitting on the picturesque river bank of the Tualatin River, the park offers full-service RV sites, WiFi, private bathrooms and laundry facilities.

Other RV parks in the Portland area include Pheasant Ridge RV Park, Riverside RV Park, Clackamette RV Park, and Pillars Mobile RV Park. All of which offer full hookups for your RV and are within easy reach of a number of shopping centers, along with other local attractions.

If however, you would prefer to get back to nature, drive your motorhome rental from Cornelius east to the Mist River RV Park and Glamping, set within the Tillamook State Forest. The park offers various sites of all sizes, including those with a riverfront setting, making this the perfect area for fishing enthusiasts. The site also features electricity and free WiFi.

Exploring the City

Cornelius is a vibrant town with plenty of local conveniences for you and your family to enjoy during your time in the area. There is a wide range of shops and restaurants across the city both independent, along with a number of big name chains. The town also boasts a cinema and dog park to walk your four-legged friend.

Historic sites within Cornelius include the railway that originally put the town on the map when it was built back in 1871. The Cornelius Public dates back to 1912 and would make a great place for the historian in your party to visit.

For more history and culture, travel east of Cornelius to the county seat of Hillsboro. Here you can visit the Washington County Museum, the Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals, or one of the three movie theaters. For anyone wanting to sample some local produce, the city also has a farmers’ market every Saturday.

An area known for its winemaking, there are a number of wineries that are well worth a visit in this area of Oregon, that is well known for its Pinot-Noir grape variety in particular.

A visit to this area is not complete without a day or two exploring the city of Portland. One of the most environmentally conscious cities in the world, Portland is a vibrant area and packed with places of cultural interest. Visit one of the city's many museums including the Portland Art Museum, or discover one of the beautiful city gardens, one of which includes a traditional Japanese garden.

If it's a fun-filled Oregon adventure you are seeking, consider a camper rental in Cornelius. Enjoy some local cuisine, watch a sunrise, and take in the breathtaking landscape. Rent an RV in Cornelius, OR and set out to explore The Beaver State!

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