From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
The state of Oregon is home to some our nation’s most incredible scenery. It’s home to dense forests, ancient volcanic peaks, lush valleys, a beautifully rugged coastline and more. In fact, it’s got so much natural beauty that Oregon has almost 200 state parks!
Since that’s a lot of information to look through and you obviously can’t hit them all, we’ve compiled five state parks that you absolutely can’t miss on your next RV trip. These parks were chosen to represent a little of everything Oregon has to offer, from the coast to the foothills to the desert regions.
While these parks allow RV camping year round, the best time is in summer, primarily July and August. Summer is the driest season, so it’s the best camping weather, but be prepared to be around lots of other campers as these parks are pretty popular. Almost all of these site are considered to be primitive, so make sure you bring plenty of supplies.
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