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Campervan Rental Oregon

Possibly one of the most scenic states in the United States, exploring Oregon in an RV is a must. From the depths of Crater Lake to various ghost towns, Oregon is a home rich in history, local stories, and miles of wild rivers and coastal beaches meant for adventure.

Oregon boasts a beautiful landscape worth the trip, offering anyone who wants to rent an RV endless scenery and unique and friendly locals. Hundreds of waterfalls, natural wonders, and charming small towns make Oregon the perfect place for an RV rental experience.

Whether you've rented RV's dozens of times in the past, or this is your first time, Oregon is a fantastic destination that never fails to impress! There are endless options for fun and food.

Points of Interest in Oregon

RV Rental Oregon style leaves travelers a long list of things to see and do. If you're traveling through Oregon with an RV, you'll want to consider the following:

  • The coastline is stunning, and all the beaches are public, which means you can explore them without too many restrictions.
  • The food in Oregon is incredible, ranging from food trucks to 5-star restaurants.
  • Local beer is all the rage in Oregon, so if brew is your thing, the beer scene is one you'll want to check out.
  • Crater Lake is, without question, one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
  • Thor's Well at Cape Perpetua is a must-see, an incredible natural wonder.
  • Grab a local cup of coffee in the mornings. You won't regret it, since the coffee scene is just as good as the beer!

Gastronomy

Other than grabbing a craft beer and a stellar cup of coffee, there are many local food vendors and restaurants that you should check out when you rent an RV in Oregon. If you have a sweet tooth in the morning, VooDoo Doughnuts should be your first stop.

Oregon, Portland specifically, is incredibly rich in culture. When you pass through, stop by Pok Pok for authentic, delicious Vietnamese food. The Tillamook Cheese Factory is the perfect place to purchase delicious local cheese and bring a few blocks as souvenirs when you go on your way.

Oregon is also famous for:

  • Pinot Grigio
  • Hazelnuts
  • Marionberries and lovely Marionberry pie

Annual Events in Oregon

Traveling via RV means you get to decide where you'll be and when. This freedom means that you can catch major events within the state without worrying about travel accommodations! A few fantastic Oregon events:

  • The Rockaway Beach Pirate Festival: One of the few Pirate Festivals left in Oregon, this incredibly fun event takes place annually in June, and offers activities for the entire family.
  • World Beat Festival: A celebration of music around the world, the World Beat Festival offer music from various cultures and typically takes place the last weekend in June.
  • The Oregon County Fair: A classic county fair with fun rides and delicious food, with a focus on celebrating the arts, this event kicks off summer during the first few weeks of July each year.
  • Rose Festival: A beautiful Portland celebration of history and life, the Rose Festival is a summer event, usually scheduled for June or July, but you can check the official website for more information!
  • Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival: Takes place at Wooden Shoe Farm, a fantastic display of incredible tulips and colors attracting people from around the state. This festival is extended, and you can usually catch it from the months of March through May.

There are so many things to do year-round in Oregon. Do your research before you book your trip, and you're sure to catch more than one fun event!

Camping in Oregon

  • Crater Lake National Park: Stay next to gorgeous Crater Lake - Rates start at $177 per night
  • Oregon Dunes: A beautiful, beachy atmosphere - Rates starting at $98 per night
  • Mount Hood: Amazing volcanic views from the Timberline Lodge - Rates start at $200 but vary for lodge rooms and RV spaces
  • Florence: Enjoy sea lion caves and the Oregon Dunes - Rates from $177 per night

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