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Arrive in San Francisco, and immediately set out to Redwood National & State Parks in your luxury RV. Next, spend time at Crater Lake. Nicknamed “lake majesty,” the park contains vibrant forests, bountiful wildlife and an awe-inspiring lake worthy of its nickname. Next, Medford, Oregon and Bandon Dunes await with world class wine tours and British Open style golf courses. Then, cruise to Cannon Beach to capture iconic sights of nearby waterfalls.
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Redwood National & State Parks
Most people know Redwood National and State Parks, along Northern California’s coast, as home to the tallest trees on Earth. The parks also protect vast prairies, oak woodlands, wild river-ways, and nearly 40 miles of rugged coastline. Here you’ll find the tallest trees, greenest groves, and the most peaceful beaches. Explore the parks by hiking through the diversity of ecosystems.
Crescent City, CA
Crescent City is home to the northernmost lighthouse station in California. Overlooking the town’s harbor, the 1856 Battery Point Lighthouse sits on a tiny island that can only be reached on foot at low tide. Wander the Crescent City waterfront and visit Ocean World aquarium, where the sea lions balance balls and play catch with visitors. On the town’s west end is oceanfront Pebble Beach Drive, a great place to search for semi-precious gemstones.
Redwood Meadows RV Park
This RV park is a sanctuary, with 30 acres adjacent to Redwood National Park, and is great for making memories with your friends, family and pets. Enjoy the close proximity to the coast with miles of beaches and visit nearby Crescent City and Brookings.
Crater Lake National Park
Formed from a volcanic eruption, it is the deepest lake in the United States. The lake is filled almost entirely by snowfall, and is one of the clearest lakes in the world. The park contains vibrant forests, bountiful wildlife and an awe-inspiring lake worthy of its nickname, “lake majesty.” Its geologic history spans back thousands of years and inspires visitors today as they swim, snowshoe, ski, hike and cycle through the mountainous terrain.
Grants Pass, Oregon
The history of Grants Pass is rich in the story of the American West. Today, this hamlet in Southern Oregon is colored by the wild flavor of the Rogue River, which bisects the town. Pay a visit to Grants Pass for all that the river inspires — stroll through the National Historic District, enjoy a day on the lively Rogue River, or sample wines from the Applegate Valley wine region.
Medford is surrounded by mountains and situated in the Rogue Valley in the southern portion of Oregon. Tour the area’s five covered bridges and take advantage of the ability to enjoy hiking, biking and rafting in mild climate. Experience what Forbes named a global wine destination. Treat your taste buds to the internationally-prized cheeses of Rogue Creamery. Get outdoors and enjoy Southern Oregon’s world-class fishing, hiking and rafting.
Crater Lake RV Park
The Crater Lake RV Park is the gateway to Crater Lake National Park, the Rogue-Umpqua National Scenic Byway and the Rogue River National Forest. This park features plenty of deep, widely-spaced sites among the mature pine, fir and cedar trees. Feel relaxed and refreshed at this cool and quiet sanctuary. The park also offers a group fire circle to accommodate social outings. Fishing, biking, hiking and boating are all available as well.
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort
An optional stop for the avid golfer, players at Bandon Dunes can delight in the traditions of a timeless game and the grandeur of Oregon’s rugged coast. Five distinctly different courses have been conceived in harmony with the natural environment. Brandon Dunes is true to the spirit of Scotland’s ancient links.
You’ll be captivated by the beauty of Cannon Beach. Beautiful beaches and stunning news of the coastline are just the beginning of what makes this haven along the Oregon coast worth visiting. You won’t want to miss Haystack Rock, which towers on the shoreline, or the waterfalls cascading onto the sand at Hug Point. Boutiques, galleries and world-class restaurants dot the downtown area. There is something for everyone at Cannon Beach.
Cannon Beach RV Resort
Cannon Beach RV Resort is located in the welcoming beach town of Cannon Beach. The Lodge functions as a clubhouse where guests mingle and trade travel tips over coffee and a game of pool. This pet-friendly resort includes an indoor heated pool and spa that is great for the whole family. With its convenient location only a few short blocks from the beach and surf, there are always new things to discover in and around Cannon Beach.
This region’s farm-to-table food scene is complimented by its wine legacy, but there’s more to do than eat and drink. Take in the farms, vineyards and forests from your luxury RV. Pedal down scenic country roads and visit with the tight-knit and talented locals. From historic towns to quirky cities, craft breweries to farm stands, this area offers an inviting escape around every corner.
Old Stone Villiage
Considered one of the best of its kind in the state, this beautifully-maintained RV park has a plethora of features for you to enjoy. A complete community center and clubhouse, heated seasonal pool, children’s playground and sports court are all tucked into this park. With easy access to highways, McMinnville’s shops, restaurants, scenic vineyards and historic attractions, you'll want to explore the Yamhill Valley and Willamette Valley regions.
With a perpetually snowy peak and eleven glaciers, this active volcano stands at 11,250 feet. Mt. Hood is home to several alpine lakes that offer unique views of the mountain. The valleys around Mt. Hood fill with wildflowers in the spring and apples and pears in the summer/fall. With year-round hiking, skiing, waterfall-chasing, beer-drinking and adventuring, the Mt. Hood region is always ready for you.
Timberlake Campground & RV Park
Located 50 miles east of Portland and Vancouver, this forested 22-acre park, nestled in Home Valley, is designed to provide an incomparable camping experience in a peaceful setting. Savor the exquisite scenery and the natural beauty of the land. Experience fishing, kayaking, rafting, hiking, golf, horseback riding and more in this pristine corner of the Pacific Northwest.
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