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What’s at the Bottom of Crater Lake?

Crater Lake is one of the country’s most beloved and mysterious national landmarks. With its crystal clear water and stunning views, this destination hides many surprises. Its volcanic history is more unusual than any other lake in America, and its lack of an inlet or outlet keeps its waters clean and adds to the lake’s …

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7 Best RV Parks for Exploring Klamath Falls, Oregon

Klamath Falls RV parks are the perfect way to stay in Oregon’s picturesque waterfall region. They serve as a base camp for exploring the area. From waterfalls to hikes, observing bald eagles, and all kinds of outdoor recreation, Klamath Falls is the kind of place you won’t want to leave. This article shares the seven …

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9 Best Oregon Coast RV Parks and Campgrounds You’ll Love

Road tripping with stays at Oregon coast RV parks and campgrounds is a dream trip. The coast that stretches on for more than 350 miles is breathtaking. And the best way to see it is with an RV. Imagine stopping at high cliff overlooks, spotting sea lions on the rocky shoreline, and relaxing on undeveloped …

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How to Plan Your Camping Trip to Crater Lake National Park

Camping in Crater Lake National Park can offer a spectacular location for summer outdoor fun in Oregon’s southwestern corner. Crater Lake National Park is unlike any other place on earth.  Visitors can descend into a volcanic caldera, swim in the deepest blue waters known to mankind, and top off their magical visit with a boat …

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RV Travels Through California, Oregon, & Washington

​​Our summer 2017 was jam-packed with new places. We hit 7 National Parks and 1 National Monument as our RV travels took us through California, Oregon, and Washington. While they were not new states—we’d hit them all coming south the previous fall—we hit new regions of these states with only minor overlap.  RV Travels, May …

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The Oregon Coast by RV

Travel Stage: Working our way south along the West Coast. After Portland, before RedwoodsDate Range: October 23 – November 6, 2016Summary: Evergreen Aviation Museum, Waves, 101 Drive, Florence, Oregon Dunes, Coos Bay ​ We left Portland and started making our way at a diagonal southwest towards the coast, where we would catch Highway 101 and …

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Exploring the Columbia River Gorge

The fall is an absolutely spectacular time to visit the Vancouver/Portland/Columbia River Gorge area – especially when you get a few days without any rain! Vancouver Vancouver, WA was very interesting to me because it sits in the shadow of the much more familiar city of Portland. It also gets confusing when people say “Vancouver” …

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