Where Are Overnight RV Trailer Parks in Portland, Oregon?

Where Are Overnight RV Trailer Parks in Portland, Oregon?
With the Columbia River Gorge to the east and the Oregon Coast to the west, Portland, Oregon makes a convenient overnight stop for RV travelers on their way to their next destination as they tour the northern part of the state. Parks at the Oregon-Washington border offer quick access from Interstate 5, while quieter, more scenic parks just outside the city might provide more room to breathe.

Jantzen Beach RV Park

This park, located along the Columbia River 1/2-mile from Interstate 5 is walking distance from major retail stores and family restaurants. All sites at this park include free wireless Internet access and basic cable as well as water, sewer and electric. Pull-throughs accommodate vehicles up to 60 feet in length. Park amenities include an outdoor heated pool, a fitness center and game room and shower and laundry facilities. A large, grassy picnic area allows guests to spread out and plenty of shade trees provide comfort during the summer season.

Jantzen Beach RV Park
1503 N. Hayden Island Drive
Portland, OR 97217

Columbia River RV Park

This RV park is located in north Portland on Marine Drive near the Columbia River with good access to both I-5 and the Washington border and Highway 84, leading travelers to the scenic Columbia River Gorge. Sites are not shaded. Amenities include a recreation and exercise room, shower and laundry facilities and a kitchenette for guest use. Pets are welcome and vehicle washing is permitted. More than 150 sites are available.

Columbia River RV Park
19679 NE 13th Ave.
Portland, OR 97211

Island Cove RV Park

Sauvie Island, located 15 minutes from downtown Portland on Highway 30, is a 26,000-acre island popular with locals for the U-pick farms, beaches along the Columbia, nature trail hiking, and boating and fishing opportunities. This RV park offers both tent and RV spaces with a small store, cafe, laundry and shower facilities on site. Larger vehicles are welcome for a slighter larger fee and tents can spread out on a 2-acre plot of land with designated fire pits and picnic tables. Nightly, weekly and monthly rates are available. Travelers to Sauvie Island should get gas in Linnton, four miles south, because there are no gas stations on the island.

Island Cove RV Park
31421 NW Reeder Road
Portland, OR 97231

RV Park of Portland

The RV Park of Portland is actually 20 minutes south of downtown in the city of Tualatin, directly off I-5 and is situated along the Tualatin River in a forested part of town. All 112 sites come equipped with full hookups and 20-, 30- and 50-amp electrical options. Pull-throughs accommodate the larger rigs and a cable TV hookup is available for an extra fee. The park provides showers and laundry facilities, picnic tables at many of the sites and complimentary Wi-Fi from the main office.

RV Park of Portland
6645 Nyberg Road
Tualatin, OR 97062

Article Written By Nikki Jardin

Nikki Jardin began freelance writing in 2009 and focuses on food and travel articles. She has been a professional cook and caterer for more than 20 years. She holds a degree in environmental science from Humboldt State University.

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