From the bloggers at Amac.
Every year, thousands of people head to the many beaches, byways, parks and ports that dot the great state of Oregon. With vast forests, moderate temperatures, and plenty of access to the Pacific Ocean, a visit to this area offers the diversity that many other states lack.
As one of the northernmost continental states in the U.S., Oregon sees frequent rain causing an abundance of lush vegetation with many forests of cedars and pines. From the peaks of the Cascade Mountains to the depths of Colombia Gorge and Crater Lake, the terrain is varied and beautiful. With plenty of family-friendly activities like hiking and biking, artistic communities and historical museums, as well as the numerous outdoor sporting opportunities, there is truly something for everyone. Discover the 33rd state in the U.S. and take your RV! There are many campgrounds near the majestic sites and naturally beautiful wildernesses that would be happy to make room for you.
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