Travel in Style

Travel in Style

The great thing about traveling in a camper van is having the lightness to move around freely while being fully self contained and comfortable.  At Road Trip Oregon, we specialize in providing a unique way to travel and see the sites of the Pacific Northwest.  From driving the rocky coastline of the Oregon coast to camping next to a mountain stream in the cascades, our fleet of modern Volkswagen Eurovan campers, Mercedes Sprinters and Land Rovers come equipped with everything […]

 
Ultimate Oregon Sampler Loop

Ultimate Oregon Sampler Loop

Welcome to Oregon! We love this place and we’re happy you’re here to explore and enjoy a few of its wonderful places. When most people think of Oregon, they picture endless, evergreen forests punctuated with snowy, volcanic peaks. Even our auto license plate reinforces that impression. But the landscapes here are so much more than that. This is the loop we send our friends on when they have limited time but want to experience a really satisfying sampling of Oregon’s […]

 
Hot springs of Oregon

Hot springs of Oregon

Oregon has a collection of wilderness and private natural hot springs that complement any classic road trip.  There is little better than soaking in a natural hot mineral bath in the forest or on the edge of a river.  These geothermal springs are located all over the state, some are road side while other require a hike to get to them.  Here is a list of a few of our favorite hot springs that are great to incorporate into any […]

 
Camping and hiking at Silver Falls

Camping and hiking at Silver Falls

Nestled in the lower elevation of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains, a 30 min drive east of Salem, lies a temperate rain forest. It is here that the Trail of ten falls can be found. The Canyon Trail and the falls descend to a forest floor covered with ferns, mosses, and wildflowers. You will also find stands of Douglas fir, hemlock, and cedar. The Canyon Trail is a nationally recognized trail system that leads hikers along the banks of the north and south […]

 
Exploring the Hood River area

Exploring the Hood River area

The Hood River area is a recreational mecca with opportunities for nearly every outdoor sport within a 40 mile radius.  The strong winds in the summer months attract windsurfers and kiteboarders from around the world.  The surrounding rivers and streams attract fishermen as well as whitewater enthusiasts.  There are miles of trails for both Mountain biking and hiking opportunities.  The surrounding back roads thru the gorge offer uncrowded and scenic road biking.  Just a short drive up to Mt. Hood […]

 

Explore- Road Trip Oregon

Oregon has a lifetime of amazing sites to see, forests to hike, beaches to wander, rivers to paddle and backroads to explore. There is no better way to experience Oregon than on a classic road trip. At Road Trip Oregon we supply you with a fully stocked campervan ready for an adventure.  Click on the video above to get a taste of a classic road trip in a campervan.  Video by Makai Creative

 
 

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  • Travel in Style

    Travel in Style

    The great thing about traveling in a camper van is having the lightness to move around freely while being fully self contained and comfortable.  At Road Trip Oregon, we specialize in providing a unique way to travel and see the sites of the Pacific Northwest.  From driving the rocky coastline of the Oregon coast to camping next to a mountain stream in the cascades, our fleet of modern Volkswagen Eurovan campers, Mercedes Sprinters and Land Rovers come equipped with everything […]

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  • Oregon Coast – North Loop

    Oregon Coast – North Loop

    The Northern Oregon Coast is quintessential Pacific Northwest with miles of rugged and rocky coastal headlands with quant towns scattered throughout.   Here you can hike through fern covered forests with spectacular waterfalls or walk on secluded beaches and explore sea caves.  Its not uncommon to spot a heard of Roosevelt Elk lounging in an open meadow along this section of coast.  The options for camping are very good at the many State Parks along the way however if you […]

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  • Ultimate Oregon Sampler Loop

    Ultimate Oregon Sampler Loop

    Welcome to Oregon! We love this place and we’re happy you’re here to explore and enjoy a few of its wonderful places. When most people think of Oregon, they picture endless, evergreen forests punctuated with snowy, volcanic peaks. Even our auto license plate reinforces that impression. But the landscapes here are so much more than that. This is the loop we send our friends on when they have limited time but want to experience a really satisfying sampling of Oregon’s […]

    Continue reading »

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  • Hot springs of Oregon

    Hot springs of Oregon

    Oregon has a collection of wilderness and private natural hot springs that complement any classic road trip.  There is little better than soaking in a natural hot mineral bath in the forest or on the edge of a river.  These geothermal springs are located all over the state, some are road side while other require a hike to get to them.  Here is a list of a few of our favorite hot springs that are great to incorporate into any […]

    Continue reading »

  • Camping and hiking at Silver Falls

    Camping and hiking at Silver Falls

    Nestled in the lower elevation of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains, a 30 min drive east of Salem, lies a temperate rain forest. It is here that the Trail of ten falls can be found. The Canyon Trail and the falls descend to a forest floor covered with ferns, mosses, and wildflowers. You will also find stands of Douglas fir, hemlock, and cedar. The Canyon Trail is a nationally recognized trail system that leads hikers along the banks of the north and south […]

    Continue reading »

  • Exploring the Hood River area

    Exploring the Hood River area

    The Hood River area is a recreational mecca with opportunities for nearly every outdoor sport within a 40 mile radius.  The strong winds in the summer months attract windsurfers and kiteboarders from around the world.  The surrounding rivers and streams attract fishermen as well as whitewater enthusiasts.  There are miles of trails for both Mountain biking and hiking opportunities.  The surrounding back roads thru the gorge offer uncrowded and scenic road biking.  Just a short drive up to Mt. Hood […]

    Continue reading »

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  • Olympic Peninsula Loop

    Olympic Peninsula Loop

    Words: Rico Rivera   Photography:  Kimberly Lein The Olympic Peninsula is the most Northwestern point in the Continental US and is perfect place to explore in a camper van.  The peninsula contains lush temperate rain forests, miles of rugged coast, crystal clear wild rivers and a massive snow covered mountain range in its center.  To get a good taste of the Olympic Peninsula we recommend taking at least 6 days to complete the loop however you could take an abbreviated, […]

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  • Explore- Road Trip Oregon

    Explore- Road Trip Oregon

    Oregon has a lifetime of amazing sites to see, forests to hike, beaches to wander, rivers to paddle and backroads to explore. There is no better way to experience Oregon than on a classic road trip. At Road Trip Oregon we supply you with a fully stocked campervan ready for an adventure.  Click on the video above to get a taste of a classic road trip in a campervan.  Video by Makai Creative

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  • Wineries of the Northwest

    Wineries of the Northwest

    Wine country in the Pacific Northwest extends throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and even British Columbia and a road trip is the perfect way to visit them. With prime weather and soil conditions for various varietals and wine growth, the Pacific Northwest boasts some of the best wines and wineries in the country. There is much to be discovered along the picturesque, scenic drives and few are disappointed after visiting the wineries that scatter the northwest landscape.   Oregon enjoys the […]

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  • Driving the Columbia Gorge Scenic Highway

    Driving the Columbia Gorge Scenic Highway

    A deep canyon that stretches over 80 miles from east to west, the Columbia River Gorge stands out as one of the most scenic and breathtaking sights in the Pacific Northwest.  With a river at its base, the Columbia River Gorge reaches up to 4,000 feet tall in some areas and forms a boundary between Oregon and Washington State, running from the Deschutes River through to the Pacific Ocean. The Columbia River Gorge is also recognized as a National Scenic […]

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