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Ainsworth State Park in Oregon is located along the banks of the Columbia River, which also forms the state line with Washington. Just a few miles west is the large city of Portland, while directly south is the imposing Mt Hood National Forest.
Ainsworth State Park is in the Columbia River Gorge and the area surrounding it is mountainous, with many national forests and state parks to explore in your RV rental. It’s also an easy drive to the Pacific coast for a day …
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Beachside State Recreation Site is situated on Oregon’s central coastline. This recreation site is known for its tranquil beaches that are popular for whale watching and kite flying thanks to the strong winds that blow through. The area was once private land before it was given to the state in 1944.
Temperatures at Beachside State Recreation Site can be a little chilly year-round due to the wind, but summers are comfortably mild. Beachside State Recreation Site is near the cities of Newport and Florence, so get out and explore while here.
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Laying on the shores of the Columbia River, Beacon Rock State Park is a natural jewel of Washington state. This park is located southeast of Castle Rock and a two-hour drive from Olympia. Beacon Rock State Park is known for an 848-foot basalt volcanic plug recorded by Lewis and Clark in 1805. They passed through this part of Washington on their way to the Pacific Ocean. This area became a state park in 1935 after the Biddle family gave away their land to the state in an attempt to save the Beacon Rock from being destroyed.
Today, the 4,464-acre state park is frequented by rock climbers, hikers, and outdoor enthusiasts looking for their next big adventure. Beacon Rock State …
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Located in the middle of Oregon’s coastline, Bullards Beach State Park is well worth a visit for anyone that has searched for an RV in Coos County. Conveniently located just off Highway 101, the main route that runs the length of the state, Bullards Beach State Park is accessible for anyone coming from Eugene, Medford or Newport.
The Bullard family were some of the first to settle in the area, opening a store and post office at the mouth of the Coquille River. Later on, they established a ferry that carried passengers over the river and opened up Bullards Beach to the south. For this reason, the park was aptly named in honor of the family that …
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Cape Blanco, the westernmost point in Oregon, is a site of spectacular coastal beauty and Pacific Ocean vistas. It's also home to one of the gems of the Oregon state park system — Cape Blanco State Park.
Located roughly ten miles north of Port Orford, this 1,895-acre park boasts an enviable position on a rugged patch of coastline. Visitors to the park can tour the historic Cape Blanco Lighthouse, hike through pristine coastal wilderness, stroll along unspoiled beaches, and immerse themselves in the natural scenery of southwestern Oregon.
And with 52 RV-friendly sites in the park's wooded campground, Cape Blanco State Park is the perfect spot to stay, explore, and enjoy in a rental motorhome.
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As a major stop along the Three Capes Scenic Route, Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area has become a popular haunt on Oregon’s northern coast. Two other scenic spots, Cape Lookout and Cape Mears can also be found along the route, with Cape Kiwanda being the most northerly of them all. Known best of all for its towering dunes and unique sandstone headlands, it’s a must-see for those who book an RV in Tillamook County.
Found just north of Pacific City, campers heading along Oregon’s coastal road will have no problem finding Cape Kiwanda. Otherwise, the nearby cities of Salem or Portland provide direct access to this sunny spot on the coast in under two hours. There’s plenty of ways …
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Cape Lookout State Park is a gorgeous park nestled on a spit directly between the Pacific Ocean and Netarts Bay. Tent and RV campers will find exhilarating activities and a serene escape at Cape Lookout. From hiking to hang gliding to relaxing on the beach, Cape Lookout has you covered.
The area that's now Cape Lookout State Park was originally left undeveloped after the U.S. Lighthouse Service gifted nearly 1,000 acres to the state in the 1930s. During WWII, a B-17 bomber on duty struck the area. A rescue team saved a single survivor after 24 hours of struggling to reach him. Soon after, roads were built directly to the cape. A study conducted in the 1950s on the land …
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Crater Lake National Park is located in southern Oregon, around 30 minutes from the small town of Chiloquin and two hours from Eugene. The park’s namesake lake is the deepest in the USA at almost 2,000 feet. Situated in the center of a dormant volcano, Crater Lake is surrounded by rocky cliffs that preserve the water’s purity year after year.
The 12,000-foot volcano that once dominated this open landscape left a couple of souvenirs after it erupted over 7,000 years ago. Wizard Island and The Phantom Ship are just some of the volcanic features of the park that keep visitors coming back year after year.
However, the lake itself is less than ten percent of the whole national park. …
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In the early 1900s, President Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt visited Oregon, and accounts say, was angered by the state of the wilderness. An avid outdoorsman and hunter, President Roosevelt swiftly moved to declare the Deschutes Mountains a national forest to preserve what was left after intense logging. Deschutes National Forest was officially established in 1908. In the 1930s, Civilian Conservation Corps, operating under President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal program, replanted tens of thousand trees, blazed trails, built shelters and cabins, and paved roads. Thanks to their efforts, Deschutes National Forest remains a premier park to visit even to this day.
The closest large town is Bend, which is roughly 25 miles to the northeast. A former logging town, many …
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Tucked away in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon, Detroit Lake State Recreational Park might just be the tranquil motorhome camping retreat you’ve been searching for. This peaceful spot sits along State Highway 22, which stretches between the towns of Salem and Bend, making it easy enough to reach in your RV rental.
As you may have guessed from its name, the main feature of the park is the 9-mile Detroit Lake, known for its trout fishing and water sport opportunities. Despite its idyllic surroundings and majestic backdrop of Mount Jefferson, Detroit Lake is, in fact, a man-made reservoir. It was completed in 1953 as part of the Willamette Valley Projects and now provides flood control and power generation for …
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Golden and Silver Falls State Natural Area is a hidden natural gem of southwest Oregon. Coos Bay and Bandon are just an hour away. Nestled within an old-growth forest, the waterfalls are the main feature of this natural area. Golden Falls was named after Dr. C.B. Golden, one of the first recorded visitors to this place. The discovery of Silver Falls came later, and the name simply sounded appropriate.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy exploring the trails and seeing the untouched nature of this secluded place. Several creeks flow through Golden and Silver Falls State Natural Area, making the scenery even more beautiful. Picnickers are a common sight here as well. This natural area is a bit hard to find, so make …
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