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Just east of Portland, one of our country’s most progressive cities, Troutdale, OR, is situated in the beautiful landscape of the Pacific Northwest. It enjoys a special local feature, being the neighbor to the stunning Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. This area offers a wide variety of cultural offerings and activities, and almost limitless outdoor experiences. Troutdale has a historic town center, resplendent with unique shops and boutiques, eateries, live music venues, and an attractive plaza. So close to great big city experiences, rural farms, majestic ocean shoreline, and gorgeous mountains and valleys, Troutdale is a great place to base your Pacific Northwest adventures. Enjoy a one-of-a-kind vacation in one of the most beautiful areas of the country and book an RV in Troutdale, Oregon.
We dare you to find a more beautiful region than the Pacific Northwest, with the force and beauty of the Pacific Ocean, volcanic mountains, green rainforests, endless rivers and lakes, waterfalls and streams. Your options to enjoy the outdoors are almost unlimited in this region, especially combined with the mobility and flexibility of traveling in your Troutdale rental RV.
The Troutdale area boasts a number of natural sites; these are great places for a picnic, a hike or walk, or a place to take the kids. Local favorites include Reed Island State Park, with over 500 acres of fun, with a beach, boating, camping, walking/hiking, birdwatching and camping.
Blue Lake Regional Park is another local favorite, featuring a beautiful natural lake, boat rentals, a beach, and great fishing, just a few minutes northwest of town. Another popular nature treat is the Government Island State Recreation Area; it’s actually a group of islands accessible only by boat. Enjoy hiking, camping, swimming and fishing.
Troutdale is nicknamed, “Gateway to the Columbia River Gorge.” This part of Oregon is home to the spectacular Columbia River, and in Troutdale’s backyard is the amazing Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Enjoy fishing, camping, picnicking, sightseeing and the must-see Multnomah Falls.
Travel west in your Troutdale rental camper and explore the grand coastline of Oregon, where land meets sea. With beautiful cliffsides, active tide pools, and gorgeous sand beaches, this part of the Pacific Northwest is another reason to travel by rental camper. You can camp on the beach at Nehalem Bay State Park, with beachside hiking trails, campsites, equestrian trails and even an airstrip.
Within a day’s drive in your Troutdale rental RV, you can explore Crater Lake National Park. This stunning landscape is known for its namesake, Crater Lake, formed by a collapsed volcanic cone. You can enjoy hundreds of miles of trails, the beautiful Rim Drive that takes you all around the lake, camping, and more.
Perched at the confluence of the Sandy and Columbia Rivers, Troutdale has a personality all its own. The historic downtown has a charming shopping district, several museums, fantastic eateries, art galleries and lovely plaza area. Something is happening almost every weekend in downtown Troutdale, including the “almost famous” Bigfoot Festival. Every first Friday of the month is a late-night art walk, and don’t miss the historic Harlow House and Rail Depot. A local favorite for a glimpse into the agricultural history of the area is the Barn Museum. Make sure, also, to drive your Troutdale rental motorhome along the famous Columbia River Highway, for unforgettable views and scenic stops.
So close to Portland, known for its green spaces, great food, city parks, and rich arts and culture, you’re situated perfectly to explore this great city. Favorite places for visitors include visiting the Portland Japanese Garden with its peaceful pathways and lush greenery, and the Oregon Zoo. The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry has fun interactive exhibits for kids of all ages. Portland Sunday Market is a real treat and is the largest continually operated outdoor marketplace in the United States. Find great food, flea market goodies, arts and crafts, and everything in between!
There are dozens of wonderful little cities and towns in this corner of Oregon, but nothing quite like Troutdale and its access to the absolutely stunning Columbia River Gorge. That, coupled with the charming downtown area, and all the amenities you could ever need, makes Troutdale a great place to base your travels in the region. Within a few hours’ drive, you can find yourself on a mountaintop, on a beach off the Pacific Ocean, fishing in quiet mountain streams, or enjoying the hustle and bustle of hip Portland. Troutdale is truly a little slice of heaven, and a great place to rent an RV.
You will have no problem finding great places to stay in your Troutdale rental travel trailer. There are many state and regional parks, along with private RV parks with all the luxuries you could ask for. Camp on one of the many beaches on the Pacific Ocean coastline, or high up in the secluded mountains for stunning night skies. You’ll find plenty of services and places to pick up supplies in the area, including fishing and hunting licenses, camping basics, hiking equipment, outdoor supplies, groceries and convenience stores. There are several Walmarts in the area, including a Supercenter right off Interstate 84.
Foodies love this area! There are many local farmers markets, regional and international cuisine markets and restaurants, and a ton of local produce and meats available in this agricultural area. U-pick farms are numerous, and the Troutdale Farmers Market and Artists Market, right off the Columbia River Highway, offers fresh produce, live music, and an impressive display of local arts and artisans. Award-winning restaurants are all throughout the area, including international flavors, fresh seafood, locally-raised beef and lamb, gluten-free and vegetarian/vegan options, too. Along the Columbia River Valley are several great vineyards, so you’ll also find plenty of locally produced wines, microbreweries and world-class cafes.
Start planning your vacation to this area today, and search for a rental RV in Troutdale now!