Portland-Woodburn RV Park

Address: 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

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 ...

July Salem area and Stuart Island Washington

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2014

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... said we needed to be ready to leave by 1pm! I finished my ironing, dressed and at 12:30 we were headed north about 45 minutes for a birthday party for Anita’s 50 year old GRANDSON! A nice place in the country and 30+ people. A GREAT meal - the very best baked beans, potato salad and BBQ ribs! Plus many other dishes. She said this was first beans and potato salads she had ever made! Excellent!! We arrived back home after 6. Phil called almost immediately. ...


A travel blog entry by gdsanner on Mar 29, 2014

So I wrote yesterday's post on the train and right as I was leaving the terminal, but it turns out that I should have waited till later to finish it. I was picked up at the station by Matt Cheng and gave me a quick tour before heading towards Lewis and Clark University, where he goes to school. On our way there, I thought I saw my friend Annie Sisson, from my Seamester trip, ...

A fish, a view and a close shave!

A travel blog entry by stourwalk on Aug 09, 2013


... park and discovered we had a 15minute walk to the very top - had to do it! Only slight issue was the impending thunderstorm! The view from from the top was spectacular even if we couldn't see all the mountains because of the cloud as we watched the lightening storm and listened to the thunder roll around the gorge. It did get a little close for comfort eventually so we headed back to the ...

Pit stop at the Outlet

A travel blog entry by dutchin on Jun 19, 2013

We left the house at 10:00. I was up until midnight loading the car and bikes. To fit the bikes, I had to take the front tires of my bike and Heather's bike. All other stuff fit pretty easily. Weather was ****** in Seattle so ...