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Cruise America – Portland

Cruise America 8400 State Hwy 213, Portland, OR




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Compact RV 19 ft

Compact RV 19 ft

RV Model Cruise C19
Sleeps 3
Features
  • Stereo system
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Roof Air Conditioning
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Class C 25′

Class C 25′

RV Model Cruise C25
Sleeps 5
Features
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Microwave Oven
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • CD Player
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Class C 30′

Class C 30′

RV Model Cruise C30
Sleeps 7
Features
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Microwave Oven
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Dash Air Conditioning
  • Roof Air Conditioning
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T17 Truck & Camper

T17 Truck & Camper

RV Model Cruise T17
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Microwave Oven
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Roof Air Conditioning
  • CD Player
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Places to Fly in and out in the Portland area

Portland International Airport – 7000 NE Airport Way, Portland, Oregon.

Portland–Hillsboro Airport – 7200 NE Airport Way, Portland, Oregon.

Portland–Troutdale Airport – 920 NW Perimeter Way, Troutdale, Oregon.

Getting to your RV Rental location

Taxis can be found on the lower road outside the baggage claim. This is the most convenient was to get to your RV rental location.

If you want to save a few dollars, why not try Portland public transportation. For about an hour of your time and $2.50 per person, you can get from the Portland Airport to the RV rental location. Check out Trimet for schedules and fares.

Places to Camp Around Portland

Gales Creek Campground – A campground set beside a creek in a luscious green forest located only 40 minutes from Portland. Gales Creek, Oregon.

Stewart State Park – Located west of Portland in the foothills of the Northern Oregon Coast Mountain Range. You can spend your days exploring hours of hiking and biking trails through hills, forests, streams, and wildflowers. 29936-29978 Nehalem Hwy, Buxton, Oregon.

Trillium Lake – Located in Mount Hood National Forest, 30 minutes from Portland. This campground offers views of Mount Hood and a hiking/biking trail around the serene lake. Forest Road 2656, Government Camp, Oregon.

Barton Park – Located 22 miles from Portland, is a beautiful recreation site on the Clackamas River. 19009 SE Barton Park Rd, Boring, Oregon.

Horning’s Hideout – A quiet, uncrowded getaway. Activities including disc golf, fishing, and paddle boating. 21277 NW Brunswick Canyon Road, North Plains, Oregon.

Lazy Bend Campground – 1 hour from Portland on the Clackamas River. A convenient location for those wishing to do some boating. 45200 OR-224, Estacada, Oregon.

Oxbow Regional Park – Spend some hot summer days swimming, kayaking, rafting, or fishing on Sandy River located 30 minutes from Portland. 3010 SE Oxbow Pkwy, Gresham, Oregon.

Champoeg State Park – This campground sits on the bank of the Willamette River and offers a combination of history, recreation, and nature. Located 30 minutes from Portland. Champoeg State Heritage Area, St Paul, Oregon.

Ainsworth State Park – Located 34 miles from Portland in the Columbia River Gorge. The campground offers easy access to hiking trails and waterfalls. Historic Columbia River Hwy, Cascade Locks, Oregon.

Elk Creek Campground – This 14 site campground is 1 hour away from Portland and is a popular spot for the angler because it sits at the junction of Elk Creek and Wilson River. Wilson River Hwy, Tillamook, Oregon.

McNeil Campground – A primitive campground located 1 hour and 15 minutes from Portland. A popular location to begin your hike to Ramona fall or other hiking trails. 182, Rhododendron, Oregon.

 

Places to Camp Around Oregon

Metzler Park – A more isolated park with hiking and fishing spots along beautiful Clear Creek. Estacada, Oregon.

Lost Lake Campground – This campground sites beside a classic alpine lake on the side of Mount Hood. 9000 Lost Lake Road, Hood River, Oregon.

Cape Lookout State Park – Beautiful ocean views and beach access as well as walking trails fantastic for whale watching. Tillamook, Oregon.

Baker Bay Campgrounds & Marina – A great spot for water sports like swimming, boating, and waterskiing as well as hiking and biking. 35635 Shoreview Dr, Dorena, Oregon.

Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort – This oceanside RV Park is conveniently located near state parks, restaurants, wineries, and museums. 90281 Cape Arago Highway, Coos Bay, Oregon.

Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort – Located in a beautiful garden setting with a stocked pond, spa, heated pool, and mini-golf. 67667 Hwy 20, Sisters, Oregon.

Grande Hot Springs RV Resort – Located in the scenic Grand Rhonde Valley Region. The main attraction is a 186-degree hot lake! 65182 Hot Lake Ln, La Grande, Oregon.

Sunny Valley RV Park and Campground – A convenient family-friendly campground surrounded by Wolf Creek Park. 140 Old Stage Road, Sunny Valley, Oregon.

Wallowa Lake State Park – This stunning campground is located in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. There are a marina and boat ramp and it is an ideal place for hiking, biking, swimming, and fishing. Wallowa Lake State Park, Joseph, Oregon.

Sea & Sand RV Park – Located on the central Oregon Coast and set directly on the beach. This park is also close to many major attractions such as the Enchanted Forest Theme Park, Washington Park, Oregon Zoo, and Portland. 4985 N Highway 101, Depoe Bay, Oregon.

Crater Lake RV Park – Surrounded by amazing natural attractions like Cascade Gorge, Red Rock Canyon, and of course Crater Lake. Hiking and biking trails, fishing, boating, rafting, and snowmobiling opportunities are all close by. 46611 Hwy 62 (Crater Lake Hwy) Prospect, Oregon.

Boardman Marina & RV Park – Set along the Columbia River and nearby the Umatilla National Wildlife Refuge. This is a relaxing escape with beautiful water views. 1 West Marine Drive, Boardman, Oregon.

Umatilla Marina RV Park – This campground is in the perfect location to watch the sunset and rise over the Columbia River. It is a fantastic spot for fishing, boating, hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing due to its close proximity to the McNary Wildlife Nature Area. 1710 Quincy Ave, Umatilla, Oregon.

Crystal Crane Hot Springs – This RV destination gives you 24-hour access to the hot springs, meaning you can soak under the stars! 59315 Highway 78, Burns, Oregon.

Things to do in Portland

Explore Nature – spectacular Northwest scenery surrounds this beautiful city. West of the city is the rugged Oregon Coast, head east and you can explore Mt. Hood National Forest. A little further east and you will find the magnificent Columbia River Gorge. If you are looking for places to spend the night in your RV rental, Oregon has no shortage of Federal and State parks to choose from.

Within driving distance of Portland, you can be at the rugged coastline of Oregon on the Pacific Ocean. A few hours southwest of the city are the famous Sea Lion Caves where Stellar Sea Lions can be viewed in their natural habitat. Southeast of the city is the world-renowned Crater Lake.

Shopping – this great place to shop is made even better by the fact that the State of Oregon has tax free shopping!  From downtown to Chinatown to NW 23 Nob Hill and the Pearl District, the shopping options seem to be endless. The popular Farmer’s Market is held March to December on the Portland State University grounds.

Concerts & Events – pioneer Courthouse Square offers more than 300 events each year.  Referred to as the “living room” of the city, it is the location of free outdoor concerts and other events.  Created in 1984, the square has been the hub of activity for the past 25 years.

Skiing – Just east of Portland is Mt Hood National Forest. Mt. Hood is renowned for some of the best skiing in the country.

Hiking – Mt. Hood National Forest also contains over 1,200 miles (1,900 km) of hiking trails. With over 170 developed recreation sites, this is an ideal spot in which to go camping. Other activities in Mt. Hood National Forest include boating, rafting, climbing, backpacking, fishing, and horseback riding.   

Slightly further east is where the Columbia River Gorge has carved its way through the only sea-level route through the Cascade Mountains. This is another great area for hiking, mountain biking, windsurfing, camping, fishing, boating, and rock climbing.

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