Best RV Parks in Oregon

Oregon RV Parks

Located in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, Oregon is a nature lover's paradise. With its rugged coastline and towering mountains, it's also a great place to enjoy outdoor activities like hiking and cycling.

RV camping is a popular way to explore Oregon. There are many RV parks and campgrounds located throughout the state, so you're sure to find one that's perfect for your needs. Below is a look at some of the best RV parks in Oregon.

There are three Premier RV Resort locations in Oregon: Eugene, Lincoln City, and Salem. Premier Resorts offer a consistent RV camping experience with full hookups, clean bathrooms and showers, and laundry facilities.

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Portland RV Parks

If you're looking for an RV park in Oregon's largest city, Portland, several options exist. Jantzen Beach RV Park is located just north of downtown Portland and offers easy access to all the city has to offer. With full hookups, cable TV, and WiFi, it's an excellent choice for those who want to be close to the action.

Another option in Portland is Columbia River RV Park, just minutes from the city's airport. This RV park offers full hookups, cable TV, and WiFi.

RV Parks Oregon Coast

With more than 300 miles of coastline, the Oregon Coast is one of the most popular travel destinations in the state. RV camping is a great way to see Oregon's coastline, with plenty of RV parks and campgrounds in the area. Some of the best RV parks on the Oregon Coast include:

  • KOA Astoria: This campground is a great option if you want to be near Fort Stevens State Park and enjoy the amenities of a full-service RV park.
  • Pacific Shores: Located in Newport, this RV resort offers oceanfront RV sites for motorhomes.
  • Winchester Bay RV Resort: This pet-friendly RV park is in Winchester Bay, Oregon.
  • Sea and Sand RV Park: This RV park is located on the central Oregon Coast in Florence. Many campsites here have ocean views.
  • Cannon Beach RV Resort: A two-time Campers Choice Award winner, this resort offers spacious pull-through RV sites, a camp store, and laundry facilities.
  • Cape Kiwanda RV Park: Just north of Pacific City, this RV park is ideal for those who want to explore the Oregon Coast.
  • RV Camping Near Mount Hood

    Mount Hood is Oregon's tallest mountain and a popular destination for hiking, skiing, and other outdoor activities. There are many great options if you want to do some RV camping near Mount Hood. Mt Hood Village is located in the town of Welches, Oregon, and offers full hookup RV sites, a swimming pool, a playground, and other amenities.

    RV Campgrounds Near Crater Lake

    Crater Lake National Park is one of Oregon's most popular tourist destinations, and RV camping is a great way to experience all the park has to offer. There are many RV parks and campgrounds near Crater Lake National Park. Some of the best include:

  • Crater Lake Resort: Located in Fort Klamath, this RV campground offers full hookups, cable TV, and WiFi.
  • Diamond Lake Resort & Campground: This RV resort is located on the shores of Diamond Lake, just minutes from the national park.
  • Casino Camping Near I-5 in Oregon

    If you're making a road trip with your RV through Oregon and like Casinos, check out Seven Feathers RV Resort in Canyonville. This RV park is located right off of I-5 and offers full hookups and a swimming pool, spa, and shuttle service to the Seven Feathers Casino.

    There are many excellent RV parks in Oregon. Whether you're looking to camp near the coast or in the mountains, you will find a perfect spot that meets your needs.

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    Recent Oregon RV Parks Reviews

    Boardman, OR

    Driftwood RV Park

    Jan 16, 2023

    "Great stop off point along the way"

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    The premises were very clean and Sheryl was so kind and generous! Before we arrived she noticed we had a child and changed our spot to be closer to the playground. Then she made sure the trashcan was closer to our site so we wouldn't have to go far. This was our first time in our RV and she helped us unhook and with our plumbing issues the next...
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    Grass Valley, OR

    Grass Valley RV Park

    Jan 02, 2023

    "Good People! The Perfect Spot When We Needed It"

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    We needed electrical when our solar was acting up after a long day of driving and nighttime temps in the 20s. Tammy and Richard (and their neighbor Fred) are the best. Right on the highway. Clean, warm bathrooms with showers. Couldn’t ask for more.

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    Jan 02, 2023

    "Yikes... "

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    While evaluating Columbia Gorge campsites for a 2-week stay. On 1/1/2022, I drove through the park and was greatly disappointed. - While located close to the Cascade Locks activities and restaurants. The park was full of trailers that appeared to have been there for a long time and were in poor condition. People are living there full-time in...
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    Jefferson, OR

    Emerald Valley RV Park

    Dec 28, 2022

    "No Truck Campers allowed for month long stay"

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    They do not allow truck campers to stay for up to a month because they do not like how they look. Would not recommend.

    2 reviews
    Dec 21, 2022

    "Lovely park"

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    We have stayed at this park several times. It is very well kept, beautiful landscaping, excellent bathrooms. Lots of ducks and geese so you do need to watch where you are walking especially near the lake. The lake is for viewing only (no fishing or boating of any kind). This park is approximately 4 miles outside of Sisters which is a great place...
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