Grab a great deal on an RV to enjoy exploring Oakland, Oregon and the surrounding area. It is easy to explore Douglas County when you choose a travel trailer starting at about $80 per night. Alternatively, if you are on a tight budget, opt for a popup camper starting at about $62 per night. On the other hand, you may want to explore the Umpqua Valley in a Class C motorhome starting at about $175 per night or a Class A motorhome, starting at about $200 per night. Fifth-wheel campers, toy haulers, and Class B motorhomes are also available.
Eugene, Oregon is a fun city to explore, and it is the second-largest city in the state. Exciting sporting events and other activities are always going on at the University of Oregon. Consider taking in an international track-and-field meet at Haywood Field before trying this city's spectacular food and craft brewery scene.
In the Rogue Valley, Medford, Oregon is a great city filled with many outdoor adventures. Go kayaking and fishing on the Rogue River. Start a fun hike at the Upper and Lower Table Rock Trailheads. You will also want to explore the Kid Time Children's Museum and Medford Railroad Park.
Portland, Oregon is one of the most bike-friendly cities in the United States. You will want to peddle your way to one of this city's outstanding restaurants, like Farm Spirit, Willow Restaurant, or Malka. While Portland is known as a rainy destination, you will not mind when you can sip a hot cup of coffee at one of their boutique coffeehouses.
You will love exploring over 90 historic buildings built between 1852 and 1890 in this community near Umpqua National Forest. Take a stroll down the historic district, which was the first commercial district listed on Oregon's registry of historical places and is also on the national list. While a few settlers arrived earlier, the city rapidly grew to become the turkey capital of the U.S. after the railroad arrived in 1865. Get a map at the Oakland Museum and see their local historical displays before starting a walking tour. The downtown area is only about 2.5 blocks long in this town of 950 people, so it is easily walkable.
Take a break during your walking tour to eat the biscuits and gravy or the brioche stuffed French toast at Skog's Restaurant, or opt for the tacos at Oakland Tavern, where customers have been dining since 1898. After your walking tour, head to The Secret Wine Society for fine wine and French cuisine.
Roseburg, Oregon – Roseburg is the county seat of Douglas County. You will want to explore history at the Douglas County Museum before enjoying a picnic at Micelli Park. End the day with a paddling adventure at Templin Beach Park.
Sutherlin, Oregon – You may want to visit some of the outstanding wineries in Sutherlin, the second-largest city in Douglas County. Go steelhead trout fishing in the Umpqua River or the Cooper Creek Reservoir. Take a drive along the Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway through the Umpqua National Forest.
Winston, Oregon – Head to Riverbend Park to take in a theatrical performance when you visit Winston. Civic Wayside Park is a great place for a picnic. You will not want to miss this city's Trader Days, 4th of July Celebration, Grafitti Cruise, and Riverbend Live.
Crater Lake National Park is about 2 hours east of Oakland. The lake at this park is the deepest in the U.S. More than 30 pullouts on Rim Drive, which circles the lake, make it easy to appreciate its beauty. Garfield and Watchman Peaks, along with Mount Scott, are terrific places for a hike. This park's remote location makes it a perfect place to go stargazing.
Redwood National Park is home to numerous redwood trees that are as big as a 35-story building. While there are plenty of theories, no one knows why the trees grow so tall in this area. Head to one of the highest plateaus at this park to watch the fog roll into this location in the evening and out in the morning. Especially in the summertime, this park can be a terrific place to escape hot weather.
Lassen Volcanic National Park is about five hours south of Oakland. It is the only national park containing all four types of volcanoes. Go on a ranger-led tour to learn more about the shield, composite, cinder cone, and plug dome volcanoes. Try to time your visit to coincide with the three-day Dark Sky Festival. This park is home to numerous lakes, which are fantastic places to fish, kayak, and swim.
Umpqua Lighthouse State Park near Florence, Oregon, is about an hour west of Oakland on the Pacific Coast. This park is less than one mile from Salmon Harbor Marina on Winchester Bay and is a terrific place for swimming, fishing, and kayaking adventure on Lake Marie. Consider camping for a night in the 20-site campground so that you have time to explore the Umpqua Lighthouse and Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, which are both less than two miles from this state park.
About two hours away, Sunset Bay State Park is another fantastic place for Pacific Coast fun. Follow the short hiking trails so that you can visit Shore Acres and Cape Arago state parks. Check with the interpretive staff at this park near Coos Bay because you will not want to miss the guided tidepool, nature, and living history walks.
You will also want to visit Bullards Beach State Park while exploring along the Pacific Coast. This park has four miles of sandy beaches and dunes to explore, along with 11 miles of hiking trails. Part of the beach area is open for mountain biking. There are over 200 campsites at this state park.
You will want to see the historical ranch of Mildred Kanipe about eight miles northeast of Oakland. This nearby park is a separate park from Mildred Kanipe Park in Oakland. Go on a self-guided tour to see her late 1800s home, sheep barn, horse barn, buggy shed, and a one-room schoolhouse. Many farm implements and other historical items are on display at this facility, which also has a campground. Stroll along this park's nature trails. Find other landmarks to explore while visiting Oregon with our guide to the top 10 landmarks in Oregon.
There are many terrific campgrounds near Oakland, Oregon that you will want to consider. Rice Hill offers pull-through sites that are up to 40 feet wide and 70 feet long. Twin Rivers Vacation Park on the banks of the North Umpqua River sits next to the River Forks County Park, which has a boat launch, and you can go fishing right from this campground. Rising River RV Park is along the South Umpqua River, and it offers a dog run and laundry facility.
There are many terrific Oregon RV dump stations. You may want to check out the options at Douglas County Fairgrounds, Kamper Korner RV Center, and Love's - Travel Stops & Country Stores in Roseburg, as they each have non-potable rinse water and are big rig friendly.
Leaving your RV in a storage facility makes it easy to head to your next Oregon destination. There are many great RV storage solutions near Roseburg. Gecko RV & Boat Storage offers a variety of indoor and outdoor storage options. Keypad access and 24-hour security cameras are just some of the security features found at Unique RV, Boats, and Self Storage. Northwest Self Storage offers indoor units up to 25 feet long and outdoor storage up to 38 feet long.
Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Oakland, OR, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Oakland?
Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Oakland from RVshare.Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?
Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Oakland?
Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.