The Northwest offers some of the highest rated campgrounds for RVs in the country, no matter whether you’re traveling in a motorhome, towing a trailer or toy hauler, or driving your trusty pickup with a camper. Oregon also has some of the most inspiring scenery one could ask for; it’s a bucket list road trip, from the stunning views of the Oregon Coast with its breathtaking coastline, to the majestic pine-scented forests and crystal-clear lakes and rivers full of hungry fish. With any luck, you’ll enjoy some of the finest wines and the most gorgeous sunsets, and get a chance to break out the fishing poles during your trip. The Northwest has a little bit of everything for those who love the great outdoors.
But where will you stay? To assist you, we have compiled a list of some of the top RV parks in Oregon. Each offers a unique opportunity for you to enjoy a little bit of what this great region has to offer.
Top RV parks in Oregon
Sea and Sand RV Park –Depoe Bay
Yahoo ranks this park as one of the in the United States. The park is located on Highway 101, about three miles north of Depoe Bay on the central Oregon coastline. This park offers amazing beach and ocean views from terraced ocean RV sites. They also have forested campsites with easy beach access.
The location offers many opportunities for you to enjoy the many wonders of the Oregon Coast. Migrating grey whale sightings are almost a daily occurrence on the shores of Depoe Bay. For those who want to get out and do some deep-sea fishing, crabbing or whale watching up close, there’s charter fleets that leave Depoe Bay and Newport daily. Other local attractions include freshwater fishing (salmon, steelhead and trout), aquariums, lighthouses, outlet shopping, golfing, fine restaurants, casino gaming and much more.
Seven Feathers RV Resort –Canyonville
Located in the “Land of Umpqua,” this resort boasts a Trailer Life Rating of 10-10-10 and a Woodall’s rating of 5W/5W. The resort offers some of the best amenities you’ll find at an RV park, along with a quiet atmosphere and breathtaking views of southern Oregon.
The biggest attraction to the area is the Seven Feathers Casino Resort where you can enjoy the many gaming opportunities and some exciting nightlife. Other local attractions include the Myrtle Creek Golf Course, Crater Lake National Park, the Oregon Caves National Monument, Wildlife Safari and Animal Park, and the Umpqua Valley wine country.
Pheasant Ridge RV Resort –Wilsonville
This resort has also received a Trailer Life Rating of 10-10-10 and a Woodall’s rating of 5W/5W. Trailer Life Directory also rated it as one of the top eight RV campgrounds in the nation in 2008. It’s located just a few minutes south of Portland, which is an ideal location for those wanting to experience the city or the surrounding areas without having to stay in the city itself.
This first-rate site is situated in a 45-acre wooded area, overlooking the Willamette Valley. The site is just a short drive away from downtown Portland, excellent museums like OMSI, the Portland Zoo, the Oregon Coast, Mt. Hood, Columbia River, outlet shopping and Oregon wine country.
Crown Villa RV Resort – Bend
Located in the heart of Central Oregon, this lavish resort offers a relaxing and quiet residential setting for RVers to enjoy. Each site has its own individual brick storage building and approximately 1500 sq. feet of grass with shade trees to enjoy.
Central Oregon is the land of adventure and exploration. Whether it’s a trek to Mt. Bachelor, a whitewater rafting trip, golfing or fishing, the area has it all. Plus, there’s plenty of fine dining, shopping and local events going on throughout the year.
Casey’s Riverside RV Park –Westfir
For those that wish to get away and spend a little time with nature, this park is perfect for you. Nestled on the banks of the Willamette River, Casey’s rests in the heart of the Willamette National Forest and also has a Trailer Life Rating of 10-10-10. During your stay here, you can hike the nearby trails, bike world class mountain bike trails, kayak, raft, and fly fish. This park is perfect for those wanting to experience the Oregon outdoors.
While you’re RVing through our gorgeous state, be sure and swing through Junction City and stop in at the Guaranty RV Travel Center. Whether you need parts or service on your RV, or you just want a convenient place to park, do your laundry, grab some groceries and stretch your legs, our 10,000 square foot facility has everything you need. We look forward to seeing you.
Photo: Willamette National Forest