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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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Cape Sebastian State Scenic Corridor is located in southern Oregon toward the state’s border with California. This scenic corridor was named after Sebastian Vizcaino, a Spanish explorer. Visitors traveling down the corridor will discover stunning panoramic views of the coast as well as Humbug Mountain.
The area tends to have mild temperatures year-round although winters can be very rainy. Because of its high altitude, this scenic corridor also has strong wind gusts. Cape Sebastian State Scenic Corridor is situated near cities such as Brookings and Grants Pass.
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Located in the north-western mountains of California, Castle Crags State Park has become a popular haunt for those who have an RV rental in Siskiyou County. Conveniently located just off Highway 5, this spectacular park has direct access from both Sacramento and Eugene, OR.
Established as a state park in 1943, Castle Crags State Park was recognized for its remarkable glacial rock formations. However, this state park is much more than just stunning landscapes. In fact, it was once the location of a bloody battle between the Modoc Indian tribe who settled in the area, and gold miners who were on the hunt for the valuable metal.
Today, visitors choose to rent a camper near Castle Crags State …
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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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Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park gets you up close with some of the tallest trees on the planet. The sheer grandeur of the redwoods is incredible, with some of the oldest specimens towering more than 350 feet tall and dated at more than 2,000 years old. Del Norte Coast is part of the legendary Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP) system, which also includes Jedediah Smith, Prairie Creek, and Redwood National Park. Together, the four parks protect around 45% of California's remaining old-growth redwood forests and are classed as a World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve. Beyond majestic old-growth coast redwoods, the park occupies eight miles of pristine Pacific coastline fringed by sandy beaches and rugged cliffs.
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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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With diverse terrain consisting of lush forests, craggy isles, and sunkissed beaches, it comes as no surprise that outdoor enthusiasts from all over the state can hardly resist the rural allure of Harris Beach State Park. The park was named after George Harris, a Scottish settler who reared livestock here in the late 19th century. Today, it's one of the main attractions in the entire state of Oregon and home to various animal species that come and go as the seasons change.
Explore the rugged and mysterious beauty of this state park and treat yourself to mesmerizing views of a vast ocean playground for puffins, seals, whales, and other marine animals. Take a walk along the white sandy beaches, breathe …
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State park RV campgrounds are a great place to stay while traveling along the west coast, and when you find yourself in Curry County, the campground at Humbug Mountain State Park is very accessible. Exploring Humbug Mountain State Park, which was first developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1934, is a fun way to spend a few days with the family. When you search for an RV in Curry County, be sure to bring your bathing suit and hiking shoes because this state park has a lot to offer for those seeking adventure.
Originally opening to the public in the late 1930s, Humbug Mountain State Park has had, on average, more than 40,000 annual overnight visitors. The park …
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Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park is the northernmost state park on California’s “Redwood Highway” where you can find these massive, endangered trees. The park lies along the Smith River, nine miles east of Crescent City, which is 350 miles north of San Francisco. Covering 10,000 acres, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park is home to seven percent of all of the remaining old-growth redwoods left in the entire world. This is a great starting point to book an RV in Del Norte County and journey south to visit the other national and state parks in this part of California that features these redwoods.
Jedediah Smith is believed to be the first explorer of European descent to navigate the interior …
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Lava Beds National Monument in California is an inspiring area to visit. It proves that life can flourish amid some of the harshest conditions. Geographically, the area has been shaped by the eruptions from Medicine Lake Volcano, leaving behind a desert wilderness molded by volcanic formations, lava tubes, and over 800 caves. The region also contains one of the largest panels for historic Native American rock art paintings.
Historically, this area offers a number of old battlefields to visit, like the Modoc War of 1872–1873. The lava beds made an excellent stronghold; Captain Jack (leading the Kintpuash) was famed for using it to avoid deportation to the Klamath Reservation in Oregon. The story has many bitter twists in it, with …
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The Siskiyou Mountains of southwestern Oregon are home to the scenic Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve. Covering a whopping 4554-acres of protected forested parkland, the park is managed by the National Park Service, and is a great spot for a motorhome camping trip. Located about 20 miles from the city of Cave-Junction, Caves National Monument is known for one of the largest, untouched, and most complete segments of oceanic crust in western America. Unlike other caves that are usually made of limestone and dolomite, the caves here were formed in limestone that changed into marble during geological processes, and dates back some 190 million years!
Renting a campervan is a convenient way of getting around the area, and …
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Strong, constant winds and waves battered at the Oregon coast for thousands of years, shaping the sand into towering dune formations. It is estimated that the Oregon Dunes are at least 100,000 years old. Congress agreed that 32,186 acres of the coastline should be protected from development and named these formations the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.
Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area is the largest coastal expanse of sand dunes in North America. Some dune formations can reach as high as 500 feet above the sea level (the heights can fluctuate from year to year). It’s believed that the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area was the inspiration for Frank Herbert’s novel Dune.
The closest large town to Oregon Dunes National …
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Patrick’s Point State Park is situated on northern California’s coastline and covers over 640 acres. The state park is believed to get its name from Patrick Beegan, an Irish immigrant who farmed on the land. Visitors will find stunning coastal views of the Pacific Ocean when here as well as thick forests filled with towering redwood trees.
The area around Patrick’s Point State Park tends to have comfortable temperatures in the spring and summer, but winters can be chilly. This state park is a few minutes away from the city of Eureka.
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Nearly 95% of all old-growth redwoods left in the world are found in California, and close to half of them are located in the Redwoods National and State Parks complex. This large multi-agency complex includes Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, 50 miles north of Eureka. The park contains the tallest trees in the world, and the species hasn’t changed at all since the Jurassic Age. Their significance and importance to the world have given them protection as both a World Heritage Site and an International Biosphere Reserve.
The Yurok Native Americans once inhabited the 14,000 acres that make up this park. Gold prospectors eventually forced the natives out in the mid-19th century, and when gold didn’t pan out, the …
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The most striking coastal rainforest in the United States lies south of the Oregon border, in Northern California. Spanning nearly 40 miles of scenic coastline, Redwood National and State Parks are home to the world’s tallest trees, remote beaches, herds of Roosevelt elk, majestic gray whales, and black bears. Redwood National and State Parks are so valuable that they've been designated a World Heritage Site and an International Biosphere Reserve.
Redwood National and State Parks encompass multiple national and state lands jointly administered by both the National Park Service and the California State Parks Department. The old-growth trees were nearly milled to extinction in the 19th century, but conservation efforts slowly preserved them one tract at a time. Redwood National …