Oregon has a bazillion campgrounds. Oregon is a very RV friendly state. Their state parks are first rate.
What are you looking for?...desert, mountain, ocean beaches, lakes, rivers, covered bridges, lighthouses, big cities, out of the way villages, sand dunes, expensive luxury rv resorts, off the beaten path boondocking, Walmarts....
well, you get the idea.
if you get near Boardman Oregon on the Columbia, there is Boardman Park and Marina, nice clean grassy place, also Umatilla Oregon just up the river a few miles is Umatilla Marina rv park, you need to call and make a reservation at both, quite busy this time of year. Happy Campin..........Ron
2012 Montana 3800RE/Level Up/Slide Toppers/MoRyde Hitch/VuCube 2000
1999 Freightliner Western Hauler CC/300 Cat/Chipped
2001 Ford F350 CC DRW/ 4x4/ 6 Speed/Chipped
Rock , Rhythm & Brews Micro Brew Festival (Jan 26-27), 5 miles north
Oregon Coast Aquarium, 4 miles
Rogue Brewery, 4 miles
Hatfield Marine Science Center, 4 miles
Town of Newport, OR, 5 miles
Wax Works Museum, 5 miles
Ripley's Believe It or Not, 5 miles
Oregon Coast History Center, 5 miles
Historic Nye Beach, 6 miles
Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area, 7 miles
Golf Courses, 7-10 miles
Waldport Heritage Museum, 10 miles
Oregon Coast Shell Museum, 20 miles
Sea Lion Caves, 30 miles
Chinook Winds Casino, 30 miles
Pacific NW Surfing Museum, 30 miles
Oregon State Parks, varies
Fishing, Crabbing & Clamming, varies
Whale Watching, varies
There are also some light houses in the area.
May God bless your travels
Me, The Wonderful Wife
and two Spastic Border Collies U.S. Army Retired 2004 Coachmen Aurora, 3480DS 2007 Saturn Outlook, FROG