Portland is Oregon’s largest city, and it boasts a variety of attractions like the Portland Youth Philharmonic, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI), Portland Art Museum and Oaks Amusement Park. Many of the Oregon RV dump stations can be found in or near Portland.
Salem is the capital of Oregon and sits alongside the Willamette River in the center of the Willamette Valley. It is also home to such attractions as the Hallie Ford Museum of Art and the Elsinore Theatre, and several Oregon RV dump stations can be found in the area.
Bend is the largest city in central Oregon, and it sits along the Deschutes River on the eastern edge of the Cascades Mountain Range. Visitors to the area may go whitewater rafting, skiing or paragliding, and some indoor attractions include the Tower Theatre and the Deschutes Historical Museum.
Klamath Falls is situated in Southern Oregon just 25 miles north of the California border, and it sits on the southern shore of the Upper Klamath Lake. Crater Lake National Park is just 50 miles north of town, and fans of the Wild West will probably enjoy the Favell Museum.
La Grande is a city in northeastern Oregon, and it is located east of the Blue Mountains. It boasts such attractions as Hot Lake Springs, Hilgard Junction State Park and the Wallowa Scenic Bike Trail.
Finding RV dump stations in Oregon is not difficult. Not only do many RV parks have dump stations but so do travel plazas, gas stations and even some stores. If a fairground or state park has an RV campground, it will probably also have a dump station. While some waste dump stations belong to franchises like KOA or Pilot Flying J, others are privately owned.