Portland-Woodburn RV Park

115 N Arney Rd, Woodburn, Oregon, 97071, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 115 N Arney Rd, Woodburn, is near Rex Hill Vineyards.
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Travel Blogs from Woodburn

Yah! Tax Free Outlet Shopping

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen on Aug 29, 2013

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We drove from Washington to Portland Oregon in 2 hours early the next morning. We found a nice Whole Foods in a beautiful upmarket part of town so we shopped leisurely for about 2.5 hours. We even got lunch there. Chris was in heaven because in the middle of Whole Foods was a huge beer fridge filled with micro brewery beers from all over the …

Tax free shopping in Oregon!!!

A travel blog entry by kaztravel on Aug 29, 2014

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... the lights in order to reach their final destination. Of course thinking we were smarter than the average local, we took a "detour" that saw us run straight into the industrial area and doing a tour of one of the factories car parks looking for a way out. Not giving up that we were smarter than the local traffic, we then took a wrong turn that saw us head 7miles out of town in the ...


A travel blog entry by adrienneochs on Mar 05, 2014

... North Umpqua Scenic Highway, where we will spend the night. Friday, July 11: Oregon Coast (B,L) After breakfast we will depart for a leisurely day exploring the Pacific Coastline. Oregon's nearly 400 miles of pristine, public coastline are made up of diverse terrain that change from rugged cliffs to evergreen forests ...

Day 90/91 1300 miles, 5 states - Home

A travel blog entry by strayerstravel on Aug 28, 2013

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... time and reach our destination but the outside temp rose over 100F and so I dropped the speed to 65 and the water coolant temp drooped a couple of degrees -- so I felt like it was better for the motor.

We had the Continental Divide to cross outside of Butte, MT -- it is a bout a 5 mile haul at a fairly steep grade. We drop down to about 50 mph which is about the speed of traffic [except ...


A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 03, 2013

... They don't. If it wasn't for Shaun I would've been stuffed. Speaking of, I have come up with an idea of the places I want to go. I just need to check a couple of times and distances. One place I want to go but may be too far out of the way is Chicago. It's about 20 hours by bus from anywhere else I want to visit, and whilst I haven't looked into prices it'd be hard to justify the cost of air travel for just one city. From the mall I headed down to the convention centre which ...