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Forest Grove, Oregon is a moderately-sized town, located in the western half of the state. It is situated less than 30 miles west of Portland the nearest large city. The town is also less than 60 miles east of the Pacific Coast. The area was named for a local grove of oak trees that can still be found on the campus of the nearby university. As it is nestled between a large city and a forested, mountain region, Forest Grove provides access to countless activities that all can enjoy.

Wineries and vineyards dot the region, as well as several locally-owned restaurants. Besides these attractions, shops, museums, theaters, commercial farms, and boutique-style markets are available locally, for your enjoyment. Several parks and other sites that provide recreational activities are also spread throughout the local area.


When you book an RV in Forest Grove, you will be provided with easy access to several unique recreational areas, including Fernhill Wetlands Park. Walking paths are provided that wind throughout this wetland ecosystem. This is a prime area for viewing local waterfowl and other native wildlife. Picnicking is also available, so bring a lunch!

Tillamook State Forest is located around 40 miles to the west of the city, in Gaston. Hiking, camping, fishing and picnicking are some of the activities available here. This is also a prime area for spotting local wildlife, so don't forget those binoculars! Waterfalls are available for viewing, and the logging history of the local area is featured in the Visitor's Center. This would be an excellent place to park your Forest Grove motorhome rental while you go out exploring!

Tualatin Hills Nature Park is located in Beaverton, Oregon. The park offers hiking trails through the woodlands while remaining within an easy drive of the city. The site runs along the nearby creek, offering fishing access as well. This is also a prime place for viewing fall colors.


When you rent a motorhome in Forest Grove, OR, you will need somewhere to park it. As this area is near a large city, it offers plenty of activities for out-of-town visitors.

Due to being somewhat of a rural area, you may have to travel a bit to locate a local RV park. Roamer's Rest RV Park is located around 25 miles southwest of Forest Grove, in Tualatin. This park was remodeled recentland features full hookups for your RV. It can also accommodate short and long-term stays. The camp also provides bathroom and laundry facilities, as well as WiFi and cable. Please call for information regarding reservations during the winter months.

Willamette Wine County RV Park is around 25 miles to the south, in Dayton. The site is located directly off the local bypass so it should be easy to locate. This park caters to long-term stays of at least one month in duration. Full hookup sites for your RV are available that provide easy access to the vineyards and wineries that make up the local wine country.

If you're looking for a quick place to stay, just for the night, there is one Walmart available in nearby Cornelius. There are numerous grocery stores in the local area as well as large gas stations. Truck stops are available within 35 miles of town, that provide showers. Please check with the managers of any of these locations for permission before camping overnight. As it is located within a touristy area, RV rental near Forest Grove is common, so there should be plenty of services available.


There’s a multitude of unique attractions near Forest Grove, including Lincoln Park and its claim to fame, the World's Tallest Barber Pole! The park offers paved walking and biking paths. A skateboarding and off-road biking area is also available. A luxury RV rental in Forest Grove, Oregon also provides opportunities to explore the local area.

Tree to Tree Adventure Park is also located in, nearby, Gaston. This site offers zip lines and rope courses that tour through the local, native tree canopy. If you have a fear of heights, you may wish to speak with a staff member before venturing onto some of the courses. Private tours are available; please call for more information regarding these, as well as current hours as they vary throughout the year.

You can also check out the Rice NW Museum of Rocks and Minerals, in Hillsboro. This site claims to feature some of the best collections of rocks, minerals, fossils, meteorites, and gems in the nation. Various examples of petrified wood are also showcased. Hours may vary throughout the year, so please check before you venture over.

If it’s a quiet, small town with access to big city activities that you've been seeking, consider a camper rental in Forest Grove. Enjoy the local restaurants, learn the unique history of the area and see the beautiful landscape. Rent an RV in Forest Grove, OR, and explore the beauty of this coastal state!

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