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When you are looking at campsites near the Okanogan Valley for your vacation with a rental RV, you may want to consider the River Oaks RV Park & Resort in Oroville. This conveniently located park offers plenty of open green space, and there are riverside sites available.
River Oaks RV Park & Resort campsites feature full hookups, picnic tables, and fire rings. Service is 20/30/50-amp. Other campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and WiFi. The park is family-friendly and pet-friendly.
You can easily experience the great outdoors at the North Cascades National Park when you rent a camper near the River Oaks RV Park & Resort. This national park spans the Cascade Crest and features a wide diversity of plant life with over 1,600 identified species. The ecosystem also lends itself to a variety of animal species, including wolverines, Columbian black-tailed deer, fish, amphibians, and neotropical migrant birds. Information, exhibits, and book and gift stores are available at the North Cascades Visitor Center, the Golden West Visitor Center, the Complex Headquarters and Public Information Center, and the Wilderness Information Center. Ranger programs and guided tours are offered. Recreational activities in the park include hiking, climbing, biking, fishing, boating, and bird and wildlife watching.
The valleys of the Colville National Forest were carved by Ice Age glaciers over 10,000 years ago. Today, the one-million-plus-acre forest features waves of mountains and valleys. Come explore with your Oroville camper rental and marvel at nature’s majesty. Some of the most special places in this very unique forest include the Salmo-Priest Wilderness and the 49 Degrees North Mountain Resort. The Pioneer Park Heritage Trail #321 presents the story of the Kalispell tribe through 12 interpretive artistic displays. It also offers views of the Pend Oreille River. Recreational activities in the forest include hiking, biking, hunting and fishing, picnicking, rock and mineral collecting, scenic drives, and winter sports.
You can also cross the border into Canada to access the Gladstone Provincial Park when you are RV camping at the River Oaks RV Park & Resort. This park has a great deal of undeveloped wilderness, including a winter range for deer and elk, Kokanee spawning areas, low-elevation habitats, and old-growth hemlock and cedar forests. Recreational activities here include canoeing and kayaking, hiking, biking, fishing and hunting, swimming, scuba diving, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. There are also sandy beaches, a boat launch, and picnic areas.
You’ll be within three hours' drive of the city of Spokane when you camp in an RV near Oroville. Spokane’s Riverfront Park was the site of the 1974 World’s Fair; today, the park offers a sculpture walk and cable cars that provide views of the stunning Spokane Falls. Other things to do and see here include the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, the John A. Finch Arboretum, Looff Carousel, and Centennial Trail. Annual events that you may want to plan your trip around include the Lilac Festival (Spokane is known as “The Lilac City”), the Spokane County Interstate Fair, Volume Music Festival, Artfest, and the Scottish Highland Games. Be sure to check out the Spokane Visitor Information Center, the Washington Tourism Alliance, and the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce for up-to-date information on area attractions, events, and visitor guides.
You can cross the border and enjoy a multi-day trip to Vancouver with your rental motorhome at the River Oaks RV Park & Resort. Vancouver is a busy, bustling seaport and one of Canada’s most sophisticated and diverse cities with thriving food, theater, and art communities. Some of the other highlights here include the Museum of Anthropology with extensive First Nations collections, the Capilano Suspension Bridge, Queen Elizabeth Park, the Vancouver Art Gallery, and the VanDusen Botanical Garden. You can tour the city on foot or by bicycle, horse-drawn carriage, seaplane, or ferry. Special events that take place here every year include the Vancouver Folk Music Festival, the Celebration of Light, the Push International Performing Arts Festival, and the Vancouver International Wine Festival. Visit the Metro Vancouver Convention and Visitors Bureau and Destination British Columbia for the latest in local news, events, happenings, and visitor information.
There are plenty of places to eat locally when you head out of the RV campground. Choose from pizza and pasta, ethnic eateries, bars and pubs, diners, family-friendly comfort food, and much more. And if you need to fill up your fuel tank too, you’ll be able to find both gasoline and diesel easily at any of the truck stops, convenience stores, or service stations near Oroville.