A popular destination in Oregon is the Out 'n' About Treehouse Treesort. It features all sorts of activities such as zip lines, creating your own tile art, horseback riding, rafting, and more. For even more water-based activities, plan a day on the Rogue River: you can choose from whitewater rafting, jet boating, and fishing, as well as hiking along the river. RV rental customers will not want to miss visiting Crater Lake National Park. The lake is the deepest in the United States, and has beautiful crystal-blue water. If you are visiting Oregon in the winter and enjoy skiing and snowboarding, consider a stop at Mt. Bachelor; in the summer, go rock climbing, mountain biking, and more.
If you're planning an RV rental vacation with a historical focus, be sure to include the historical town of Cottage Grove and its six nearby covered bridges, built as long ago as 1920. Astoria dates even further back, as the oldest settlement to the west of the Rocky Mountains. Sites to visit nearby include Fort Astoria, the Heritage Center Museum, and Fort Stevens State Park.
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|Out 'n' About Treesort|
|Crater Lake National Park|
|Oregon Coast Aquarium|
|Oregon Shakespeare Festival|
RV rental customers with young children can choose from the Oregon Zoo and the Oregon Coast Aquarium. The Zoo, located in Portland, is home to a wide variety of animals, from those who are native to tropical areas - monkeys, many bird species, and more - to those from much colder areas such as Alaska. The Aquarium has a similarly wide range of marine species, including many fish, mammals, and plants native to Oregon's coast.