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Not to be confused with the well-known Ohio city of Dayton, Dayton, OR is much smaller and less chaotic. Tucked into the scenic Willamette Valley, Dayton is just a 0.84 square mile parcel of land yearning for some attention. Won’t you consider booking a luxury rental RV in Dayton for a dose of small-town charm?
Dayton, despite its size, played an important roll in the history of Willamette Valley. Throughout the town, structures from the original settlers still stand. The locals care very much about preserving them and have put a great deal into their up-keep and restoration. The oldest standing structure built in 1852 has been home to a four-star restaurant since 1996; they’ve even kept the building’s original name. When you stop through in your Dayton motorhome rental, touring the town and eating here are suggested.
Wine is a huge part of the Willamette Valley, and the early processes of winemaking begin outdoors with the vines. Visit the Winter’s Hill Estate in Dayton for a closer look at growing grapes. They offer an on-foot tour throughout their vineyards as they take you through each step in the process. A fabulous way to engage with the culture of the area and get those steps in.
Touring around Willamette Valley in your RV rental is quite easy when everything sits so close together. If the weather is playing in your favor, take the time to enjoy and explore the various parks in the region. Whether a modern urban park is preferred for the kids or dirt paths winding you through the woods, you’re sure to find something to get the blood flowing.
Notably, Champoeg State Heritage Area sprawls near Newberg and St. Paul. Champoeg was once its own town, now abandoned and preserved as a state park. A guided walking tour is available to dive deeper into this fact. Mixing history, recreation, and nature together, Champoeg will get you out and learning. The park sits on the south bank of the Willamette River and hosts variety of events houses a 1860-style garden and maintains various hiking trails. Champoeg is a great way to kick off your outdoor adventure in your camper rental from Dayton.
You’ll have a few options to park your rental RV overnight in Dayton. If you’ve traveled all this way for the wine, stay within the wine country too. Willamette Wine Country RV Park sets you up with views of the surrounding vineyards, full amenities, and, depending on your style, you could even book a night in one of their vintage RVs.
Like any close-knit community, the surrounding valley has plenty to offer too. Whether a resort or state park is more your style, you’ll be able to design trip in your travel trailer rental from Dayton however you see fit. Splurge on the amenities or hang up those mosquito nets and take in the views.
Willamette wine country is worth the venture. Book an all-inclusive tour that’ll take you around to several vineyards or have a look at what’s offered and drive your own RV rental around Yamhill County. Sip and taste your way through the fruits of the area while engaging in friendly conservations.
Wandering around Dayton might have you curious about all the old-school architecture you’re seeing. Dayton has 41 sites and structures registered with the National Historic Registry. Online you can find a list of all these places and a self-guided walking tour fact sheet to take you back in time. Read excerpts of the people that built, lived in, or played some role in the making of these historic sites.
If you’ve seen all there is to see or that you’ve wanted to see here, Portland is under an hour from town. Drive through the gorgeous Oregon landscape to the iconic city. City noises, unique shop fronts, and an eclectic crowd will welcome you and wave goodbye as you make your way back south to Dayton. The Willamette Valley has so much to offer; there’s no way you’ll truly be able to get the full experience without booking another trip back here with a motorhome rental.