Oregon - Corvallis
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Oregon - Corvallis
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The best campervan rentals near Corvallis, OR

Corvallis is a tree-lined city with so much to offer from outdoor recreation like hiking and mountain biking trails, rafting opportunities, or even golf courses. It's also a wonderful place to rent a campervan.

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FOREST - 4 SEASON MODERN VAN - Dodge Ram Promaster (159" WB) FWD

Dodge Ram Promaster (159" WB)

High Top in Portland

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$175/ night
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New 2022 4x4 Sprinter with a Hot Shower | Free Airport Pickup/Dropoff!

Mercedes Benz Sprinter 144"

High Top in Portland

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Jeep Wrangler Sport with 4x4 & Roof Tent in Bend

Jeep Wrangler Sport

Roof Top Tent in Bend

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$124/ night

The Corvallis-to-the-Sea Trail is the best way to experience what Oregon has in store. It starts right downtown and just south of Newport, where you can enjoy a relaxing ride through bucolic farmland before climbing up into rolling hillsides on your 62-mile journey! The first section begins in a vibrant downtown while the later portion ends more peacefully close by Town Center Park.


Corvallis is a beautiful city with many unique shops and restaurants. For a fun day of shopping, make sure to visit the downtown area! You'll find that everything in this quaint town can be found right here from art galleries to outdoor space, locally-owned businesses, and antique malls. which contain some seriously vintage items including furniture pieces dating back centuries before independence was declared.


Corvallis is a great place for people who love to get outdoors in a campervan rental. Whether you're hiking, biking, or just looking at nature from your chair in the park there are plenty of opportunities here! You can see wildlife like birds and animals on our national wildlife refuges which surround us with 60 miles worth of multi-use trails perfect for these activities as well.

Corvallis Fun Facts

The city of Corvallis is an interesting blend between the old and new, with its history as a logging capital evident in many historic landmarks. The university also dominates much about this thriving college town; it’s home to Oregon State University-the largest school within our state's borders!

Corvallis is part of the Willamette Valley known as Oregon's largest wine region, stretching from Portland in northern Oregon to Eugene, more than 100 miles.

Originally named Marysville, Corvallis was renamed in 1853 to avoid confusion with the California town of that name. He combined Latin words for 'heart' and valley when he created this new city's moniker a clever choice considering how much Oregon means to people today!

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