Places to Go Camping in Oregon With Your Mercedes Sprinter 4×4
If you enjoy nature and want to travel with your family in your Mercedes Sprinter 4×4, there are many great places you can visit in Oregon. Here are some camping trip ideas you can use to get started.
The Dune and Cape Escapes
The Northern side of Pacific City has many fun attractions for visitors. One attraction is the Cape Lookout State Park, which is between the ocean and Netarts Bay. The camp site has several places you can park your Sprinter. It also has cabins and 170 tent sites. Some of the cabins are pet-friendly. The park spans about eight miles and there are many hiking trails to enjoy.
Silver Falls State Park
The Silver Falls State Park, located close to the town of Sublimity, is home to 10 spectacular waterfalls. The waterfalls are in different cascades ranging from the fabulous 177-foot South Falls to the beautiful 27-foot Drake Falls. The 9-mile Trail of Ten Falls is manageable for older children. The Silver Falls State Park simulates the native ecological system that is home to various animal species like birds, cougars, and black bears. The park allows visitors to bike, ride horses, and hike along the 25-mile trail. You can also get accommodations for your Sprinter. The Alsea Falls Recreation Site is also at the Coast Range southwest of Corvallis. The Alsea River flows through the site, forming a splendid 30-foot Alsea Falls. This is a good spot for you to escape the busy city life while relaxing in any of the two-dozen picnic areas or one of 16 campsites.
Hells Canyon is the perfect place to go if you want to go rafting with your family and children. Expert guides are available at Winding Waters River Expeditions to take you to Oregon’s majestic Hells Canyon by rafting in the Snake River. Your guide will teach you about the cultural and natural history of the surrounding landscape during the rafting trip. Hells Canyon is one of the deepest river gorges in North America. You can also watch the sunset and spend the night at the Canyon, all while enjoying the soothing sounds of the river nearby. Feeling adventurous? Your family can explore the Wallowa Mountains in the town of Joseph. The Ollokot Campground, located along the Hells Canyon Scenic Byway, is an excellent location for daytime hiking. The picturesque and wild Imnaha River is also an ideal place to fish and pick berries.
The Trillium Lake Campground is a popular camping ground for families. Trillium Lake is near a government camp at Mt. Hood. The glacier lakes are perfect for swimming, and fishing. You can also spend time with your family having a picnic on the shores of the lake. The campground has a short 1.9-mile trail that directs visitors to 60 different camping sites. The Mt. Hood Adventure Park is nearby. If you are traveling with small children they will enjoy Skibowl. The Lost Lake Campground and Resort are also at Mt. Hood. It is a popular choice for fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. If you do not have any gear you can rent whatever you need at the resort.
Three Capes Scenic Loop
Do you love animals? Your family can visit the bird refuge and lighthouse at Cape Meares. You can also watch people paraglide from the area’s high cliffs. Your children will enjoy climbing the sand dunes at Cape Kiwanda. The Jesse M. Honeyman Memorial State Park near Florence is also a great place to go canoeing or swimming. The park has 185 sites to pitch your tents and two small lakes.
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