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Many people think that California is the best state on the west coast, but that is only because they have yet to recognize the beauty and magnificence of Oregon. When it comes to a vacation with a gorgeous backdrop, you can’t do much better than a trip to Salem, Oregon. The capital of Oregon, Salem is known for its beautiful parks and overall relaxing atmosphere.

When you book an RV in Salem, you’ll have an excellent way to get around the area and really explore the natural and cultural gold mine that is Salem. There’s plenty to do if you are looking for excitement but the natural and relaxing aspects of Salem are where the city truly shines. This makes it an amazing place to rent an RV and become one with nature as you let all the stress of your day-to-day life melt away. When you want to give the RV a rest, you can take advantage of the Cherriots bus system to get you to your local attraction of the day. Somehow if you get bored of Salem, you can check out the ocean by driving the Salem motorhome rental to Pacific City, about an hour away. Another cool spot to visit in the area is Portland, and it’s less than an hour’s drive away. A Salem RV rental trip is a great way to have a relaxing and culturally-enriching vacation as you explore this unique area.

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The Great Outdoors

There are few places that offer a better opportunity to enjoy a relaxing RV vacation than Salem, Oregon. When it comes to beautiful glens with deep greens and gorgeous vegetation, Salem is pretty special. You can stick to the city and check out areas like the Riverfront Park which covers 23 acres along the Willamette River. Situated near the urban area, this park is a great place to bring the kids and enjoy creative sculptures and various interesting things to see. The Oregon State Capitol State Park is also pretty stunning with its collection of cherry blossom trees, state monuments, and flags that give you some culture and history with your relaxation. If you are looking for a spot that’s even more mellow, head over to Cascades Gateway Park and have a nice picnic. Flat land makes for some easy trails with their own waterfalls, and feeding the ducks along the pond can transport you back to simpler times.

The colors of Salem make it a splendid place to visit for any nature lover. The flowers are astounding at Oregon Garden with its 80-acre botanical garden. Sign up for a tour and get an in-depth look at the beauty of the area. You will probably also want to drive the rental RV in Salem over to Bush’s Pasture Park for another gorgeous and lush area. It’s the perfect place to relax and walk the trails or have a nice picnic.

Kick it up a notch and head over to Minto-Brown Island Park, the largest park in all of Salem. Plenty of trails, paved and unpaved, make this a spot that begs to be explored. especially when you see the variety of scenic areas. Make sure you take plenty of pictures! You could also take your Salem rental RV over to Keizer Rapids Park along Willamette River where its playgrounds and amphitheater make it a great spot to throw an event.

RV Parks

Though it has a small-town feel, the capital of Oregon is still big enough to have a multitude of spots to park your RV rental near Salem when you are done adventuring for the day. Your first stop might be the Premier RV Resort of Salem Oregon. Yes, that is its name. This spot is loaded with amenities and activities to keep your trip entertaining and relaxing, with its pleasant lots and the staff’s attention to detail. The name is quite apt and you are also near many local attractions and restaurants.

You could also check out Phoenix RV Park, another park with nice amenities and specials. A short walk away from the bus station is just one of the many reasons to try this place out.

Head over to the Salem RV Park with its swimming pool and rec room along with its friendly social atmosphere. Situated right in the city, you can get what you need and take part in their seasonal events, too. You could also try Salem Campgrounds and RVs for a spot that doubles up on convenience with a lake for water activities and also two nearby malls for shopping. If you are interested in a place outside of the city, you could try Emerald Valley RV Park in Jefferson or Silver Spur RV Park in Silverton.

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After you check out the wilds and find a place to stay, there’s plenty more to do in the city that makes renting an RV in Salem a splendid proposition. The Enchanted Forest is a must-see fun park that combines nature with the fun of a theme park for a unique experience. At Willamette Valley Vineyards, you can survey the delicious wines of the region.

Dr. Luke A. Port House is a delightful museum that features local history with a beautiful garden. For the artists at heart, try out Hallie Ford Museum of Art and the Gilbert House Children’s Museum, a great place to bring the kids. Then, take them for a ride on Salem’s Riverfront Carousel. Renting an RV in Salem is a unique treat that is totally worth trying if only to add some unforgettable moments to your life story.

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