Boondock Columbia River Gorge

Boondock Columbia River Gorge

by Fred
(Klamath Falls, OR)

Boondocking in Oregon

Boondocking in Oregon

Along the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon there are plenty of places to boondock or dry camp as well as campgrounds with full-hookups.

It's a great place to get involved or just watch others. There is fishing, wind surfing, boating, hiking, rafting, plus a whole lot more to see and do. You can drive along The Oregon Trail, with wonderful scenic views of the river, waterfalls, train tunnels, rock formations, and lots of boats and wind surfers on the river.

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Feb 05, 2011
Way to go.
by: Anonymous

When you have to go, there is no better way to go than doing the thing you love most...RV'ing in a beautiful setting like in the picture.

Jul 13, 2009
Be a Good Neighbor
by: Sharon

Thanks BJ for submitting the information. This photo was submitted on July 5th 2009. If you are boondocking where other RVs are parked and you do not see activity; please be a good neighbor and check to see if everyone is okay.

According to OSP, on July 9, 2009 - OSP troopers responded to a report of a motor home parked near milepost 68 in a wide turnout north of the freeway lanes since July 3rd. The information also indicated that no one had been seen outside of it during the last 24-hours. After arriving on scene troopers entered the motor home and found and 69 year old gentleman, from Coos Bay, deceased. He was believed to be traveling alone.

We don't know if the RV above was the one involved in that investigation or not.

Jul 13, 2009
About that RV...
by: BJDorr

I saw that same RV on July 8th when I headed out to the Gorge. On July 10th, I received a news flash email regarding that RV from the Oregon State police.

Jul 06, 2009
Klamath Falls Oregon
by: Anonymous

We love the Klamath Falls area. There are lots of outdoor activites. Running Ranch Resort has a golf course designed by Arnold Palmer, and there is ice skating, cross country sking, and snow shoeing for winter fun. You can find trail riding too. At upper Klamath Lake, there is a canoe trail through the wildlife refuge at Rocky Point.

Full time Rvers won't be disappointed with an RV trip to this area.

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