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Less than 20 miles west of Portland, the city of Hillsboro is located in the Tualatin Valley of Washington County, Oregon, and is the fifth largest city in the state. Before becoming the city known as Hillsboro today, prior to the arrival of pioneer settlers, this area was a suitable region for many indigenous tribes commonly known as Tualatin Indians who settled here and traded their nomadic lives for fishing, hunting, foraging and developing agriculture. Some of the monuments still exist and pay tribute to the tribes who lived in this area in the past, and when you book an RV in Hillsboro, you may find some quaint rocks and boulders arranged in a very curious way, clearly indicating that a human hand arranged them! Also, a more recent homage to the Native American tribes is the Chief Kno-Tah wooden statue located in Shute Park, the oldest park in the city.

Due to its development and a large number of tech companies who have come to create their headquarters in Hillsboro, the city has become known as the Silicon Forest or The Hub City. Yet, before the arrival of many tech companies, the city was small and was slowly developing – first the railroad came, then the highways and only after tech companies came did the city sustain a massive development and expansion. But apart from housing many tech companies, this city is also a great place to go to enjoy fun outdoor activities, so it is always a great idea to pack up your bags, bring some groceries and take your RV rental near Hillsboro for a nice change of scenery.

The Great Outdoors

The city of Hillsboro has many fantastic outdoor activities to offer to both its visitors and the locals. Boasting more than a dozen parks with different amenities such as fire pits, picnic tables, playgrounds and other, it is a great place to visit if you are an outdoor lover.

If you are planning to rent an RV and visit the city, you will get to explore it from all angles. The Rock Creek Trail is paved and gives a unique feeling of a small forest trapped between tall apartment buildings on one side and tech buildings on the other. You can ride your bicycle there, walk your pet and just enjoy the warm weather.

Tillamook State Forest is about an hour’s drive west in the Hillsboro motorhome rental and offers an interactive, information-packed nature center and tons of unique natural landscape to explore. A 250-foot long suspension bridge allows visitors to travel across portions of the Wilson River while taking in some impressive views.

RV Parks

Apart from the Washington County Fair Complex RV Park which is located within the city, most other RV parks are on the outskirts or in adjacent towns and cities. This RV park has very few amenities and is actually a multi-functional gravel parking space which is used for many festivities and other city events. Twenty-amp electric hookups and water are both available at each site.

Although there aren’t many RV parks in the center of the city with amenities an RV rental in Hillsboro, Oregon could require, there are many on the outskirts which can accommodate even a large motorhome rental.

The first one closest to Hillsboro is Roamer’s Rest RV Park. This park is located about 10 miles southeast of the city near Tualatin, and has plenty of amenities. There are full hookups and it has big rig access as well as pull-thru sites. The park is well kept and has a designated pet area so there’s no reason to leave your furry friend behind on your travels!

Another RV park in the area is Pheasant Ridge RV Resort near Wilsonville. This pet-friendly RV park is located about 12 miles to the southeast and also offers full hookup sites for the Hillsboro camper rental. It also has pull-thru sites and allows access for big rigs. The park has a pool, so you can take a dip if the weather becomes too hot.

Hillsboro has one Walmart Supercenter and a couple of smaller ones, so you shouldn’t worry about running out of supplies when in town, since you can stock up there. The city also has a number of large gas stations, almost all of which support big rigs as well as small ones, so running out of gas is a far-fetched scenario which you can easily evade.

Exploring the City

Hillsboro is a city that has a lot to offer. There are many museums, trails, parks and other beautiful places to see. Hillsboro offers a picturesque landscape, one where the old, traditional life and the modern, fast-paced one intertwine in a very curious way. There are buildings with old architecture right next to modern and high-tech ones; there are parks in the middle of a large housing complex. And the nightlife is also well developed, so you also have a place to go to and have a few drinks and listen to some music.

There are also various golf courses you can visit in Hillsboro. The courses are well kept and some of them even have trainers if you are new to this great sport. Also, as Hillsboro has some local vineyards situated close to the city outskirts, you can visit them for fantastic wine tours and tastings.

All in all, whatever you choose to do with the Hillsboro, OR travel trailer rental, and wherever you choose to go, you will not be disappointed!

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