Camper Travel Trailer Rentals Oregon | Road Tripping In Style
Traveling in a travel tent trailer rental means less cost, more adventures and value at every corner of your road trip here in Oregon. Rent yours in Bend today!
Rugged Camper Tent Trailers For Rent
We specialize in providing all inclusive travel tent trailers for an inexpensive way to experience the backcountry and sites of the Pacific Northwest. Driving the rocky scenic coastlines of Oregon and camp next to a mountain stream in the snow capped Cascades, our fleet of rugged tent campers come equipped with everything you will need to make your backcountry camping trips to the Pacific Northwest unforgettable this year!
Oregon Coast Travel Trailer Adventure Itenary
The Pacific Northwest is our go to travel trailer destination with miles of rugged and rocky coastal headlands with small seaside towns scattered throughout. Hike through fern covered forests with spectacular waterfalls or walk on secluded beaches and explore sea caves with seals, or spend the weekend finding the best surfing spot along the coast.
Camper Travel Trailer Camping Options on The Oregon Coast
The options for camping are very good at the many State Parks along the way however if you plan to go in the heart of the summer, make sure to book travel trailer campsites ahead of time. You can explore the Oregon coast from Bend in as few as 3 days but we recommend that you spend more time to settle in and properly explore the area.
Camper Travel Trailer Adventures Astoria Adventures
Astoria is where Lewis and Clark finally reached the Pacific in 1806 after the nation’s first cross country expedition to explore the west. Make sure to take time to walk around this historic small town and waterfront to soak up its charm. The town once had a thriving cannery district that is now being repurposed into thriving businesses. If you like beer you are in luck as there are two amazing breweries to visit, Buoy and Fort George, both offering up good food as well. If you are in the mood for fish and chips head over to the Bow Picker across from the Maritime museum for some fresh caught albacore. Fort Clatsop National Park located just outside of town features the re-created camp that Lewis and Clark built to stay during the winter of 1805 after their 2,000 mile journey. Another site to see in this area is the picturesque Peter Iredale shipwreck, an old iron skeleton hull of a sailing ship that rests on the beach at Fort Stevens State Park. Also within the park you can view the Columbia River Bar and the 6.5 mile long south jetty that juts out into the Pacific. Fort Stevens State Park is a great place to camp and has 470 camp sites scattered throughout the forest. We also highly recommend Cape Disappointment State Park, located across the Columbia in Washington with 215 camp sites.
Cannon Beach Travel Trailer Adventures
A popular tourist town offering a plethora of restaurants and shopping options. The photogenic Haystack Rock is the feature that makes this town famous and is accessible by foot when the tide is out. If you are visiting in June don’t miss the annual Cannon Beach Sandcastle Contest where master sand shapers sculpt amazing 3-D art in the fine beige beach sand.
If you are stopping here for the night there are a couple options for camping. Wrights for camping is a small campground with 20 sites and close by is the RV resort at Cannon Beach with 100 full service sites. There are some great hikes near Cannon that offer epic vantage points. We recommend checking out Ecola State Park situated just north of town. This park offers a beautiful drive thru an old growth forest, a possible elk encounter, epic coastline views and a secluded beach, great for hiking or surfing.
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