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Come visit Camas - Washington’s “Gateway to the Gorge”. This community is part of what is known as the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area and is a hub for friendly, small-town charm right next to the hustle and bustle of the big cities.

When you want culture, when you when experience, when you want adventure… you want Camas, Washington! The city has something for everyone, and when you can’t find it here, stepping just outside Camas brings about a whole other world where you will.

When you like to take in your travels, you don’t like to feel rushed. Taking your time can sometimes feel like it’s something of the past, but when you book an RV in Camas, you can be in control of your time. Stay in the city or stay out. The choice is yours when you rent an RV.

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Find Your Refuge

Staying just outside the bigger cities may not be your ideal destination. Do you want a little more seclusion with your getaway? Take your Camas motorhome rental about 30 miles northwest to Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, where you will find a landscape that provides a sanctuary for all sorts of creatures.

Many come here to watch wildlife, as the Refuge provides a place to appreciate nature’s splendor in all species and stages. You can also take part in several of the Refuge’s guided hikes. There’s so much to take in here and devoting a full day is worth it. However, as it is a refuge, there is no camping available on these grounds.

Just outside of the Refuge, you will find that you can conveniently park your RV at either an RV park or at nearby Battle Ground Lake State Park’s campgrounds. But, maybe you’ve decided this isn’t where you want to end your day. If that’s the case, drive your Camas camper rental southeast, to Beacon Rock State Park.

Beacon Rock State Park is vast and much of it travels along the Columbia River. Miles of trails, massive climbing rocks, and spectacular vantage point views are waiting here. Rock climbing, backpacking, horseback riding, bicycling, and camping are all popular activities to witness here, and many come to see the serene waterfalls.

Want to go out on the river? Beacon Rock will help scratch that itch too! Recreational boating is a rather popular pastime here in Washington. Kayak, canoe, sail, or row your boat among many of the other watercraft that are out enjoying the day. Even if boating isn’t your thing, who can resist the mighty call of the river? You can enjoy it even from the sidelines.

With your Camas RV rental, you can make the choice to stay where you want. Are you thinking of spending another day or two at Beacon Rock? Go for it! You can when you’ve made the right rental decision for your vacation. There are quite a few sites that will accommodate RVs here, however, it is an older forested setting with no mention of hookups.

Diverse Surroundings

From serene forests to bustling cities, our journey around Camas allows for such diversity. Neighboring Vancouver, WA boasts a whole array of its own scenic landscapes, historic attractions, and an array of activities to keep anyone amused. Dine in style in Vancouver, shop until you drop, and get cultured at the local art galleries.

When the view across the river catches your eye, take your Camas, WA RV rental about 20 miles southwest, and across state lines, to Portland, OR. As Oregon’s largest and most talked-about city, Portland is well-known for it’s eco-friendly, progressive environment. Microbreweries, coffeehouses, artisans… bridges, parks, bicycle paths; there is much that adds charm to this robust city.

You’ll find plenty to do here. With such an eclectic environment, you’re sure to find something you can’t resist. Spend your day at the Oregon Zoo, the formal Japanese Gardens, or immerse yourself in the thriving theater, art, and music scene.

You can park your rental in any of the surrounding RV parks or resorts - you have many to choose from, but reservations may be advised for certain locations. But, again - as such a diverse hub, Camas’ surroundings allow for a whole host of options for your travel stays.

Coming to Camas

When you are finally ready to return your Camas RV rental by owner, be sure you have set aside ample time to absorb your starting city! Downtown Camas will gladly take you in with its small-town charm. The streets are lined with beautiful trees, unique boutiques, and a variety of eateries.  

North of downtown Camas, Heritage Park and Lacamas Lake harbor facilities to launch boats, go hiking, or spend the day out fishing. The park is very family-friendly, with a playground, open fields, and small trails winding through the trees. Around this area, the Camas lilies are a well-noted beautiful occurrence. The striking dark blue flowers grow profusely and attract visitors around mid-April. Throughout the year, you will also enjoy “Camas First Fridays”, where local artists feature exhibits and you can enjoy dining and themed shopping events.

With your RV rental in Camas, you can experience all this and more. When you’re not rushed, you can really experience your travels, absorb what’s around you, and immerse yourself in a whole other culture. Do your vacation right and explore this part of Washington!

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