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Old 12-19-2014, 10:45 PM   #11
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When we start out going south we like to stop at Seven Feathers Resort, Canyonville, OR, as part of our shake down first of the year trip. It's very clean, friendly, private bathrooms and has a warm swimming pool. If you enjoy gambling they have a free shuttle to the casino so they can take more of your money or to go out to dinner. It is a resort, however, with all that entails. They do try to separate us little guys from the humongous class As and fivers.
Another great place. Also, the shuttle will take you downtown to a hardware store, antique shop or restaurant, or whatever is happening in Canyonville.
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Old 12-20-2014, 02:03 AM   #12
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Champoeg

The Oregon State campground at Champoeg, about 30 miles south of Portland, is very quiet and scenic. It's just a few miles west of I-5, and it's easy to drive to the park-and-ride and take the commuter rail into Portland for a day without braving traffic or downtown parking fees.
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Old 12-20-2014, 04:34 PM   #13
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Thanks to everyone who's offered up ideas, this will certainly aid us on the trip home!
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Old 12-21-2014, 10:55 AM   #14
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When we returned from Chilliwack, it was our first time pulling a trailer so we were, naturally, looking for any pull through parks we could find. We stopped at Olde Stone Village in McMinnville, Oregon, for a few nights and had a great time. This was our first attempt at unhitching the trailer and we were a little worried; however, our "neighbor" immediately came over to give us moral support. The Evergreen Aviation Museum is within walking distance and there are a couple of great brewpubs (with good food) within a few minutes drive (not to mention some great wineries). Just be aware, you will be the "plankton" in a sea of mega-RVs. It's not right on I-5, but it was worth the extra miles.
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Old 12-24-2014, 06:50 PM   #15
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OK Overnight stop

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I'll be staying at one near Weed CA on Monday for an overnight stop. New to me, $27, has a cafe. Website looks like something from the 50s.

Hi-Lo Motel, Cafe & RV Park Weed CA
This is a decent overnight stop, easy off/on to I5. Pull over on the street right in front to register, tokens for free coffee at the cafe, and a 5 cent discount on gas. Quiet, I'll stay there again.
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