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The best campervan rentals in Oregon

Renting a campervan or RV in Oregon is the right choice if you're looking for remote beaches, quaint towns, fresh crab by the ocean or epic adventures, like mountain biking, near Bend.

Jeep Wrangler Sport with 4x4 & Roof Tent in Bend

Jeep Wrangler Sport

Roof Top Tent in Bend

Sleeps3
Seats4
100%
$124/ night
Instant book
Glamper
FOREST - 4 SEASON MODERN VAN - Dodge Ram Promaster (159" WB) FWD

Dodge Ram Promaster (159" WB)

High Top in Portland

Sleeps2
Seats2
100%
$175/ night
Glamper
Delivery
New 2022 4x4 Sprinter with a Hot Shower | Free Airport Pickup/Dropoff!

Mercedes Benz Sprinter 144"

High Top in Portland

Sleeps3
Seats3
100%
$250/ night

Oregon has a 363-mile coastal area offering endless adventures along its shores: whether visiting quaint seaside villages or simply sunbathing on their beaches, a campervan rental will allow you the freedom to see it all during your stay. We recommend a visit to Crater Lake National Park


Oregon is a mecca for waterfalls and there's definitely no shortage. Drive your campervan rental to the Rowena Crest Viewpoint which creates a horseshoe curve along the road. This unique curve is one of the most photographed roads in Oregon because it draws attention from every angle with its beautiful landscape views on either side.


Oregon is home to the Willamette Valley which has more than 500 wineries within a 150-mile radius. Not only will you get your fill of wine, but there's also craft-brew fun that ranges from hoppy and sour beers all the way to barrel-aged ones.

Oregon Fun Facts

Portland is home to the largest amount of microbreweries in the entire world. There are 60 major breweries total, which means there's ample opportunity for lovers of a pint who come here and want more than your run-of-the-mill drink!

Crater Lake is the deepest lake in America, and among the top 10 of all lakes on Earth. It's a breathtaking 2,000 feet deep!

Mushroom hunting is so popular in Oregon that they even have a festival for it, “the Estacada Festival of the Fungus”. Many people visit the state to engage in mushroom hunting with hopes of finding rare delicacies such as king boletes and porcini mushrooms.

The Oregon Trail is one of the most famous trails in American history, stretching 2200 miles from Missouri to Oregon. It has been used since 1841 and was a major factor during America's expansion westward into its present territory.

Portland, Oregon is a cycle-friendly city that promotes biking events and has more bicyclists than any other in America. The warm weather makes it an even better place to ride with weekly events for bike enthusiasts like the Bike Swap Portland, Pedalpalooza or the out there World Naked Bike Ride.

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