RVers are drawn to Oregon’s expansive inland and long coast.
Stretching from the Sandy shores of the Pacific Ocean all the way across to the arid prairies, Oregon offers some of the greatest natural diversity in the US, perfect for an RV camping road trip. Here campers can find snowy peaks and ancient rainforests for biking, along with deserts and crystalline lakes prime for boating, all in one state. With over 250 Oregon state parks—many with campsites complete with full hookups for RVs—plus a host of private Oregon RV parks and RV resorts with free wifi, dump stations, the state is a great place for hitting the road in your RV or trailer. You’re best off visiting in summer or early fall when the weather is at its warmest and driest, particularly if you plan to find an RV site near Portland, on the Columbia River, or on the Oregon Coast, which runs from Brookings to Astoria before hitting the Cascades Range. Late spring is great for a visit to the high desert regions of eastern and central Oregon, when temperatures warm up and snow begins to melt at area hot springs near Baker City and Wallowa.