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Known for its creative counter-culture, Portland is Oregon’s most populated-city. Drive your RV to see more than 500 varieties of roses at the Rose Gardens, hike the 71 miles of trails with over 5,000 acres at Forest Park, enjoy tax-free shopping and enjoy a lively food scene. You'll find a lot of fun activities in Portland, Oregon and plenty of nature to enjoy a scenic RV adventure. If it is your first time driving in Portland, make sure to know the speed limit and other road rules in Oregon. Click here for some driving tips.
Some of our favorite things to do year-round in Portland are:
Summer (June, July, August): Kick off the season at the Portland Rose Festival (June) with more than 60 events across the city. With the sun shining, join locals making the most of the weather at neighborhood street fairs across the city and see a sports match with the local soccer and baseball teams kicking off their seasons.
Fall (September, October, November): As the leaves begin to change color, Portland starts to turn on the holiday charm as the city readies for the festive season. Enjoy nights out at the Portland Queer Film Festival, the quirky West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta or Portland Book Festival. This is also the perfect time to take advantage of the bounty of hiking locations nearby the city.
Winter (December, January, February): If the rain clears, take a 90-minute drive from Portland on Highway 26 West to Ecola State Park for a chance to spot the whales migrating from Alaska. Put the spotlight on February when the Portland night sky lights up for the Winter Light Festival or say “Cheers!” to fellow travelers at Portland’s Holiday Ale Festival.
Spring (March, April, May): Take advantage of the culinary talent in Portland and indulge in three-course meals for USD$33 during Portland Dining Month (March). If Spring is for blooms then you’ll want to make the drive to Woodburn, 30-minutes from Portland, to see the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival (March - April).
Year-Round: A trip to Portland isn’t complete without a few meals at the city’s infamous food carts. Grab a coffee-to-go and wander all 68,000 square feet of Powell’s City of Books where you can spend an hour or two amongst the words of many greats. Ignite the imagination of the young and young at heart at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
Hee Hee Illahee RV Resort calls out to the adventurer at heart, offering area attractions of tourism with pull-throughs and back-ins service daily. This 5-star luxury motorhome resort, 41-minutes from Portland Downtown, offers concierge service and shuttle service upon request. Electricity, garbage, and water are included. Seasonal outdoor swimming, a heated gazebo, a fitness room, and laundry facilities are on-site and they also provide cable TV and Wi-Fi. Sites are open throughout the year.
Phoenix RV Park, off Silverton Road, attracts campervan rental visitors with its clean grounds and friendliness to campers. Hitch a motorhome rental up to one of the 50 hookups at the RV Park's 50 paved sites. Pull-throughs and side-by-side hookups are accompanied by patios, cable service, and available back-ins. Switch up recreation during your stay within Portland Oregon and visit the State Capitol or the Spruce Goose at the Evergreen Air Museum.
Portland-Woodburn RV Park travelers experience the beauty and the splendor of Portland, Oregon from a clean and friendly RV rental site. The campgrounds more than makeup for the absence of on-site tents with a vast selection of site amenities. Laundry, cable service, showers, and RV rental washing are available along with hookups, pull-throughs, and extended-stay sites. 50 amp hookups and back-ins at this Arney Road location are offered, along with free Wi-Fi access.
Japanese Garden celebrates as "the most authentic Japanese garden outside of Japan." This garden in Portland spans 5.5 acres with soothing landscape luxuries. See the Flat Garden, Natural Garden, Strolling Pond Garden, Tea Garden, and the Sand and Stone Garden in a harmonious style of traditional culture. Visit the gardens and learn the secrets to garden creation. Discover why stone, water, and plants are the three essential elements of a life-giving Japanese garden at Kingston Avenue.
Pittock Mansion is a historic step back in time. Visit this turn-of-the-century mansion that gives a snapshot into Portland’s history as well as panoramic city views. Spend time learning about the early development of the city and mogul-owners Henry and Georgiana Pittock who were dedicated to community service and built an empire in real estate, banking, railroads, mining and much more. The mansion is a short 12-minute drive from Portland Downtown and has free parking on-site.
Voodoo Doughnut features one-and-only edible delights — sugary-sweet, and bold enough to attract the most adventurous Portlanders. Try the outlandish and outrageous flavours combining doughnuts with chocolate frosting, cereal, bubble gum and more. There is no limit to the imagination! Sample the classic "Bacon Maple Bar," enjoyed by Brad Pitt and other shining stars. Visit Voodoo Doughnuts day or night (except holidays) at two locations in Portland.
You must be 25 years old or over to rent an RV in Portland. However, some providers may rent to those drivers that are 21 and over. Find more information here.
Generally, no refund will be given even if you return the RV early.
There are plenty of places to camp or stay with your RV near Portland including Beacon Rock State Park, Southgate Mobilehome and RV Park, and Silver Falls Campground.