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Old 06-29-2011, 11:24 PM   #1
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hi everyone i need some camping spots along the i5 we what to go to grants pass we are from vancouver bc we are leaving july 3rd or 4th
we would like to stop close to portland and another stop springfeild and then grants pass any help would be great if you have any favorites along the i5 would be great thanks everyone
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Old 06-30-2011, 10:15 AM   #2
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Just click on the Oregon town and you'll get several RV Parks to choose from:
RV Park Reviews :: Oregon
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I stayed in Columbia river RV park inside Portland, it was OK for an overnighter and the location inside the city makes it convient. Not too many choices inside a big city like that. Valley of the Rogue state park is really nice, full hookups, near Grants Pass.
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Here's a recent thread for you, lots of good suggestions: Suggestions for Oregon and N. California along I-5.
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Old 07-02-2011, 11:03 AM   #5
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Just click on the Oregon town and you'll get several RV Parks to choose from:
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great site thank you
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Old 07-02-2011, 11:25 AM   #6
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Here is our favorite place in Grant's Pass:

Rogue Valley Overniters :: Home Page

There is a good restaurant next door, the spots are all pull through and level. They have a nice recreation center. I do see that the rates have increased, of course this may be summer rates. We have always stayed here in the winter.
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Old 07-02-2011, 11:49 AM   #7
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hi everyone i need some camping spots along the i5 we what to go to grants pass we are from vancouver bc we are leaving july 3rd or 4th
we would like to stop close to portland and another stop springfeild and then grants pass any help would be great if you have any favorites along the i5 would be great thanks everyone
I just got back from Oregon.

I spend some time at the Silver Spurs RV Park just outside of Silverton. http://www.SilverSpurRVPark.com
It is about 20 minutes from the I-5, but it is within one hour of Portland if you want to go for a day trip. The facilities are very nice, and I found it to be a great jumping off point for South Portland and Gervais and Albany (to the South). BTW, I joined Parks of America which brought the rate down to $17 per night.

You might want to consider Sauvie Island: http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions...e_Island).html There are 2 RV Parks there. Everyone seems to like Reeder park.

Many have suggested Waterloo http://www.co.linn.or.us/parks/parks/waterloo.html, which is an hour north of Eugene. It is a partial hookup and more park-like than Silver Spur.

Also, consider Myrtle Creek:http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions...tle_Creek.html

I have participated in hunt tests in the Glide, OR area. Lots of wine tasting out of Roseberg.

With respect to Grants Pass. There is a park on the Rogue River. We do pit stops there, but see lots of trailers.

It will be hot in Southern Oregon, particularly in the Grants Pass area.
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hi everyone i need some camping spots along the i5 we what to go to grants pass we are from vancouver bc we are leaving july 3rd or 4th
we would like to stop close to portland and another stop springfeild and then grants pass any help would be great if you have any favorites along the i5 would be great thanks everyone
If you want RV Parks, then the suggestions are probably good. If want to spend a bit less look at Linn County Parks, Oregon State Parks, and a little farther off I-5 Willamette National Forest and Benton County Parks.
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Jane when you said "BTW, I joined Parks of America which brought the rate down to $17 per night." were you referring to Passport America?
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Jane when you said "BTW, I joined Parks of America which brought the rate down to $17 per night." were you referring to Passport America?
Yes, thanks. If I do not check on my "wording" mistakes are sure to be made.
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