Oregon Road Trip Ideas

We really can’t get enough of the state of Oregon, and when it comes to road trips, Oregon offers so much. Not only does it have the picturesque Pacific coastline, but it contains a glorious wealth of diverse and rugged wildlife that makes it an unparalleled place to go luxury camping. From summer through to Thanksgiving, road trip ideas don’t come much better than this. Whether you want o head out on a long excursion, or you want a couple of quick road trip ideas, start planning your Portland, Oregon road trip today!

Keep reading and start planning your own road trip in Oregon

We recommend that you turn your glamping trip into a full-blown road trip in order to maximize the amount of stunning scenery that you will soak in on your road trips from Portland, Oregon. These Oregon road trip ideas cover all the bases—whether you feel like driving along the ocean in search of some idyllic Oregon coast trip ideas, and some perfect Oregon coast rentals or meandering along one of northern Oregon’s scenic byways, stopping to stay in unique tipis, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to fun road trip ideas in Oregon.

Start your Oregon road trip exploring scenic byways in Northeast Oregon

Northeast Oregon is something special and should be on the itinerary of any route 101 Oregon road trip. We’ve got a collection of luxury camping getaways to prove it. In fact, this region boasts five prestigious scenic routes that are all excellent for road trips in their own way—they include Blue Mountain Scenic Byway, Elkhorn Scenic Byway, Hells Canyon Scenic Byway, High Desert Discovery Scenic Byway, and Journey Through Time Scenic Byway. It might be hard to choose, but rest assured that we’ve got some unique accommodations for you to stay in along the way in Oregon’s northeast. Road trip ideas in this part of Oregon should not be missed.

Our top picks:

Luxury Tents near Wallowa Lake in Oregon

Cozy 1969 Aristocrat Vintage Tin RV, Oregon

The best Oregon road trips from Portland

If you live in Portland, you are in the right place to enjoy some of the best Oregon road trips. When planning your road trip through Oregon, there are several road trips from Portland that you can choose depending on whether you want to take a quick drive or really hit the road. We recommend driving to Mount Hood National Forest, where you will find the wonderful Bagby Hot Springs. Just under three hours in length, this winding drive takes you through the forest and past Clackamas River, so you will definitely get to enjoy some breathtaking scenic views during any road trips in Oregon.

Our top picks:

Upscale Log Cabin Encircled by Orchards in Oregon

Secluded Cabin near Portland, Oregon, Tucked within Willamette Valley

Plan your road trip: Oregon Coast via Highway 101

The Pacific Coast Highway stretches up through California and along the entire coast for the best road trip, Oregon can offer. A drive up Highway 101 is one of the most classic road trips in the U.S., and it is definitely one of the best Oregon road trips. An Oregon Pacific Coast Highway road trip winds through Oswald West State Park and crosses the infamous McCullough bridges, and much of the drive is framed by stunning old-growth forests. Consider stopping in Coos Bay, which is the largest town on the southern Oregon coast, because it has Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area within its borders, truly one of the best Oregon coast road trip options.

Our top picks:

Remarkable Environmentally-Friendly Cabin in Secluded Woodlands near Pacific Ocean, Oregon

Secluded Lakefront Yurt with Private Beach in Western Oregon

Glamping Hub is full of luxury camping destinations in Oregon, from Portland to Salem and everywhere in between. You can even try one of our Wine Country getaways in Oregon or our restful retreats near Highway 101. For inspiration on planning an Oregon weekend getaway, this page has all the inspiration you need.

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