Eugene, OR RV Rentals and Motorhomes
2015 Forest River Georgetown
Lucy Van Pelt
Information About Eugene, OR
Eugene, Oregon is pleasantly situated at the Southern end of the Williamette Valley. The region is well known for its wineries, and is also a growing destination for beer tourism with a selection of local craft breweries. There are artisan and farmers' markets, and an extensive network of bike paths criss-cross the city. An RV rental in Eugene, Oregon will take you to a place with plenty of green space and parks, or take yourself outside the city and build your very own wine tour through the vineyards. Grab a coffee at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art and check out this colorful University cafe and store, which had been selling Asian and Northwest pieces since 1933. Visit the Cascades Raptor Center just south of the city for a close up look at many different birds of prey. Enjoy and experience the great Northwest with an RV rental near vineyards, beer, and of course, the great Oregonian outdoors.
RVs for Rent Near Eugene, OR
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Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Eugene, OR
Deerwood RV Park in Eugene, Oregon is in a secluded spot nestled under magnificent trees and lovely lawns away from the noise of the ordinary world. The park is near enough to take advantage of enjoyable activities of the city and far enough away for peace and quiet. The water is pure and fresh from a well where the birds can be heard singing in the oak and fir trees. There are ten pristine acres that house the sites ready for travelers and their recreational vehicles. The campers and residents have a chance to live among picturesque ponds, lush lawns, and towering, ancient trees. In the silence of the woods, the occupants spot the Wood Ducks and other creatures in their native habitat. The park is owned and operated by two Eugene natives who love and appreciate the beauty of the surrounding nature. They brought exceptional skills to design an outstanding RV park. Just 10 minutes away from the convenience of the city, Deerwood RV Park offers spacious paved sites, which are long and level, and include full hookups with 30 or 50 amp electric, cable TV and wifi access. The clean restrooms and laundry area more than make up for the lack of other amenities such as a store, pool, and pet area. On Saturday mornings there is a fantastic free pancake breakfast for all guests.
The Benton Oaks RV campground is part of the Benton County Fairgrounds, and is tucked in a pleasant, leafy oak grove at the foot of Bald Hill. Guests can enjoy the peaceful, wooded landscape only minutes away from the attractions and amenities of downtown Corvallis. The campground is particularly active on Oregon State University (OSU) football game weekends, a fun and social time even if you?re not a game fan. Other nearby places of note include the William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge, the OSU?s Campus Way bike path, and the Irish Bend Covered Bridge. A short drive west along Interstate 34 will take you through Siuslaw National Forest, and eventually to the shores of the Pacific Ocean. While you?re exploring the vast, pristine natural beauty of Oregon, you can relax in Benton Oaks RV park and enjoy its many amenities. Most of the sites have full utility hookups, and there?s a dumping station available. Other on-site facilities include a coin-operated laundry, several pull-thru sites, showers and restrooms, even a horse-boarding for equestrians who want to explore the nearby trails.
The Albany/Corvallis KOA in Albany, Oregon has all types of sites available for their guests. The park is in a wonderful country setting with beautiful green grass and trees. People return to choose their Christmas trees from the land that is also filled with apple trees and berry bushes. There is a great outdoor pool that is heated for refreshing swims in all temperatures. The sites have fire pits, and there is a great dump for registered guests. The park has been owned and operated by the same family since 1987 on land has been in the family since 1916. They built the facilities from the ground up. Some pull-thru sites have full hookups, cable TV, and 50/30 amp electric facilities while others have full hookups, 30/20 amp, cable TV, and WiFi. There are stores nearby, and laundry, mini-golf, and restrooms at the park. Back-in sites have water, cable TV, WiFi, and 30/20 amp.