If you’re in need of some inspiration for your next journey and can’t get enough of the quality craft beer that’s brewed in the Beaver State, look no further! After checking out some of the most popular breweries in Oregon and researching highly rated RV parks in the areas nearby, here is a week’s worth of ideas for your next trip:
1. Redmond / Central Oregon KOA RV Parks in Culver
The campground at this place in Central Oregon offers everything you need for a memorable RV experience, including pull-in and back-in sites as well as a cozy fire pit and picnic tables for each space. Just a short 20-minute drive south and you’ll enter downtown Redmond where you can enjoy an ice cold drink at Wild Ride Brewing. Their Hopperhead IPA is a popular favorite!
2. Glenyan RV Park in Ashland
You’ll discover that this peaceful destination is in close quarters with a brewery that also serves as a restaurant, and most of us can agree that micro beer plus fresh food is one of the best combos ever created. Back at the picturesque campground they’ve got a heated pool to go for a swim in, or you can just kick back and take in all of the surrounding natural splendor that this place in Southern Oregon has to offer.
3. Bridge RV Park in White Salmon, Washington
While this park may not be located in Oregon technically, you can find it just over the Columbia River near the town of Hood River. It’s an ideal park for every outdoorsy Oregonian that provides great spots for hiking, sailboarding and more. The campground serves as a comfortable place to stay when you’re not out sampling some great brews at the local brewery Full Sail Brewing. While you can find amazing beers from them on shelves year round, one of their most tasty brews worth a try is the seasonal Wassail winter ale!
4. Bridge of the Gods Motel, Cabins, and RV Park in Cascade Locks
A quaint experience awaits you at this park on the south side of the Columbia River by the infamous ‘Bridge of the Gods’, which is just a short drive off Interstate 84. Their RV spaces feature free WiFi, full hookups, mainly 30 amp (though there are two sites with 50), cable TV, showers, and laundry. Not too far away is the Thunder Island Brewing Company that offers a constantly changing tap list so you can always try a new brew!
5. Crown Villa RV Resort in Bend
Across the twenty-five acres of this welcoming resort you’ll find 105 full and 18 partial hook-ups where you can enjoy your stay. Some of the amenities here include a spa/steam room, clubhouse, fitness center, pickle ball, disc golf, tennis courts, TV, Internet and more. Deschutes Brewery is also in the area, and they brew some craft beers that are truly sensational such as their Pine Mountain Pilsner or Inversion IPA that are available year round, as well as a festive Jubelale winter ale which will be available soon from October through December.
6. Premier RV Resorts in Eugene
There are 82 pull-through concrete sites at this hospitable resort which has been ranked as one of the nation’s top RV parks by USA Today! In addition, there’s a pool, laundry facility, work-out room and general store to pick up any supplies you may need. They’ve also expanded to Salem and Lincoln City around the state, and nearby you can locate the well-known Ninkasi Brewing Company where numerous barrels of quality brew are produced all year. Their Total Domination IPA is a solid choice!
7. Newport RV Park in Newport
On the south side of the photogenic Yaquina Bay there are two full hook-up RV parks with 143 spaces, 30 or 50 amp power, cable TV, showers, and laundry. Just a short walk away and you’ll come across the award-winning brewing company Rogue, with a full service dining room that overlooks the Marina. Of course there are tours and beer sampling also available. A noteworthy selection from this brewery is the Dead Guy Ale, which pairs deliciously with pork or spicy foods!
Be sure to check them out online and start planning your next RV trip today! Cheers!