Oregon is home to amazing hiking trails, a stunning coastline, lush forests, craft breweries and local wineries. This beautiful state is also home to the Seven Wonders of Oregon: the Columbia River Gorge, Crater Lake, the Painted Hills, the Oregon Coast, Smith Rock and The Wallowas. Parts of Oregon allow its residents and visitors to snowboard, ski and rock climb. All Seasons RV & Marine invites you to come experience the wonders and excitement of Oregon in the comfort of one of our travel trailer or motorhome RV rentals available in Bend, Oregon.
Crater Lake National Park has inspired awe since Native Americans witnessed its formation over seven thousand years ago. When a massive eruption occurred, the central portion of Mount Mazama collapsed inward, and several years later it became a lake. This national park is the deepest lake in North America, the top 10 deepest in the world, and its purity is fueled by rain and snow. When visiting this beautiful blue lake you can go fishing, go birding, or take the Rim Village Walking Tour. There are several campgrounds to choose from when visiting the park, just make sure you check the weather and road conditions before trekking there!
On your journey to the Painted Hills in Wheeler County, Oregon, you can see millions of years of history being revealed through the layers in the mountains one color at a time. These hills get their name from the unique, delicate color stratifications of yellows, golds, reds and blacks. Because the claytones differ with light and moisture levels, the tones and hues of the hills may change from one visit to the next. These hills are just one of three units that comprise the John Day Fossil Beds. Check out the Sheep Rock Unit which is home to the Thomas Condon Paleontology Center where there are several displays of fossils from animals, like saber-tooth tigers, and plants. The third unit is the Clarno Unit which has Mars-like pillars formed by waterfalls and volcanic sludge.
The Columbia River Gorge is a spectacular river canyon that stretches 80 miles long and is up to 4,000 feet deep. It passes by cliffs, spires and ridges that are set against the nearby peaks of the Pacific Northwest’s Cascade Mountain Range. Explore the beautiful trails and visit Multnomah Falls, a 611-foot-tall roaring cascade of icy water. For a better view of the falls walk up to Benson Bridge which spans the first tier of the waterfall. While at the falls, visit Multnomah Falls Lodge for their restaurant, gift shop and available hiking information. If you love to go rock climbing or enjoy a scenic view of deep river canyons, then check out Smith Rock State Park. Here you will find several thousand climbs and over a thousand of them are bolted routes. There are also miles and miles of hiking and biking trails for you to explore. While traveling through the canyon you might see mule deer, river otters,
beavers and golden eagles. There are picnic areas with tables for you to enjoy your lunch with your family and friends as well as areas to go fishing.
The 363 miles of the Oregon Coast are home to endless opportunities to watch for whales, seals, puffins, catch your own Dungeness crab or watch a winter storm roll in from a cozy beach side lodge. If you enjoy military history make sure to check out Fort Stevens State Park and the Historic Military Site within the state park. Here you will find remains of a command station, guardhouse and more. At this state park you will also find the Peter Iredale, which is a century old shipwreck.
The Wallowas, one of the most beautiful secrets of the state, are surrounded by the remote Eagle Cap Wilderness, working ranches and glacial lakes. When visiting be sure to check out the ghost town of Sumpter, Cornucopia and Homestead, or visit the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center to see original ruts carved by pioneer wagons on their 2,000 mile journey in the 1800s. Don't forget to enjoy a sip of Western spirits at the Stein Distillery tasting room, where the spirits are distilled from the grain from the family’s farm.
Discovery Point Trailhead - Crater Lake, OR
Multnomah Falls Trail Switchback - Cascade Locks, OR
Trail of Ten Falls - Mehama, OR
Tillamook Head Traverse - Seaside, OR
TWildwood Trail - Portland, OR
Eagle Creek Trail - Cascade Locks, OR
McKenzie River Trail - Blue River, OR
Lemolo Lake/Crater Lake North KOA - Idleyld Park, OR
Oregon Dunes KOA - North Bend, OR
Cascade Locks/Portland East KOA - Cascade Locks, OR
Scenic Meadows RV & Tent Park - Joseph, OR
Tillicum Beach Campground - Yachats, OR
Memaloose State Park Campground - Mosier, OR
Crater Lake RV Park - Prospect, OR
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