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Steens Mtn Loop

The Eurovan Camper was my vehicle of choice for a multi-day trip into the remote Southeast corner of Oregon. I rallied a friend and we put together a loose plan with many different options to choose from. Having never driven a van of this sort, I wasn’t sure what to

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Southwest oneway campervan special (Fall)

This fall take a one way camper van vacation starting in Portland, Oregon and ending in Phoenix, Arizona.   We offer an opportunity to save with no one way return fees to explore from the northwest to the southwest desert country.  This type of road trip is a great way to visit some

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Oregon Coast – North Loop

The Northern Oregon Coast is quintessential Pacific Northwest with miles of rugged and rocky coastal headlands with quant towns scattered throughout.   Here you can hike through fern covered forests with spectacular waterfalls or walk on secluded beaches and explore sea caves.  Its not uncommon to spot a heard of

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Ultimate Oregon Sampler Loop

Welcome to Oregon! We love this place and we’re happy you’re here to explore and enjoy a few of its wonderful places. When most people think of Oregon, they picture endless, evergreen forests punctuated with snowy, volcanic peaks. Even our auto license plate reinforces that impression. But the landscapes here

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Olympic Peninsula Loop

Words: Rico Rivera   Photography:  Kimberly Lein The Olympic Peninsula is the most Northwestern point in the Continental US and is perfect place to explore in a camper van.  The peninsula contains lush temperate rain forests, miles of rugged coast, crystal clear wild rivers and a massive snow covered mountain

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8 unforgettable road trips in Oregon

OREGON IS JUST ONE OF THOSE STATES that’s meant for road trips. Between the rugged coastline, the verdure of the Western Cascades, and the high desert, the diverse terrain creates all kinds of epic possibilities. From the Columbia River Gorge to Crater Lake to Mount Hood, there is definitely no

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Winter exploration on the Oregon Coast- 1859 Magazine

The Oregon Coast is famous for winter storms. Visitors who brave the coast from November to February are typically there to hunker down in their oceanfront hotel rooms and watch Mother Nature’s grand joust between land and sea. Twenty-foot waves are not uncommon sights during these winter months. Then again,

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