The coast of Oregon has numerous breathtaking spots for RV-ers to explore. Before you sell your RV, take some time out to visit some of the exciting tourist spots of the state. You will treasure the traveling experience as Oregon is gifted with diverse natural beauty and picturesque spots. Read on to learn more.
1. Willamette Valley
Fertile soil, verdant forests and plenty of rain make the Willamette Valley abundant with plant crops. This also includes the state’s Christmas trees and landscape plants. Have a penchant for tasting fine wines? Look no further than the wineries of Oregon that you can find in almost every nook and corner. And, most of the times, you can taste the best wines for free! Do not forget to visit the farmers’ markets. Stop by and pick a variety of green, leafy vegetables and succulent fruits fresh from the backyard.
Visit some of the best towns on the way including McKenzie River Valley famous for the National Scenic Byway, fly-fishing and beautiful orchards. Mt. Angel in Oregon will keep you delighted with bike trails or the Mt. Angel Abbey constructed in 1883. Visit Eugene if you love whitewater rafting, wineries and cultural events.
2. The Northern Coast
Get a spectacular view of the beautiful beaches of the Northern Coast even when there is a nip in the air. You’ll also find a number of towns and campgrounds to explore. And, if you’re a true historian by heart, Victorian mansions and the Clark and Lewis exhibits are sure to attract you to Astoria. Visit Tillamook to take a tour of the WWII Blimp Hangar-turned-Air Museum and the cheese factory. Get to see nine miles of an expansive beach or the Haystack Rock, a 235-foot sea stack in the Cannon Beach. Do some shopping as well, if you like.
3. Columbia River Gorge
Last but not the least is the Columbia River known for its diverse flora, scenic beauty and mind-blowing windsurfing. Take a day tour of the Fruit Loop Orchards and Multnomah Falls if you want to spend some time in the lap of nature. Visit the town of Hood River if you love kite surfing or windsurfing. Step back in time by taking a tour of the Mt. Hood Scenic Railroad, and get to see and smell the freshly picked fruits. See vineyards and orchards on the way.
Make it a point to visit these places in Oregon before you sell your RV. It will be a lifetime experience. Contact us when you are back and ready to sell your RV and we will help you through the process.