RVing in Portland
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The Oregon coast offers some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. If you rent one of our Portland RV rentals, you can start in historic Astoria, then travel the beautiful coastline down through Newport and Coos Bay. On the way back, venture inland and travel through the quaint Willamette Valley where roadside stands appear on the country lanes. Or visit one of the valley’s 200+ wineries. With a Portland RV rental, you can take your time and enjoy all the history and magnificent scenery the Oregon coast has to offer.
Places to Eat in Portland
Casa Zoraya – Peruvian cuisine mixed with locally sourced ingredients. Dining in this rustic and vibrant atmosphere and live music will connect you to the streets of Peru. 841 N Lombard St, Portland, Oregon.
Kargi Gogo – This is a popular food truck turned restaurant serving traditional Georgian foods such as dumplings and stuffed breads. 3039 NE Alberta St, Portland, Oregon.
Cully Central – Asian fusion Lao street food along with wings, tots, and fries. 4579 NE Cully Blvd. Portland, Oregon.
Kachka – A Russian restaurant most popular for its dumpling. Other signature dishes include herring under a fur coat or rabbit in a clay pot, and of course, lots of vodka. 960 SE 11th Ave Portland, Oregon.
Voodoo Doughnut – You can try more than fifty different doughnuts including vegan and gluten free options. Two of the most popular include the Maple Bacon Bar and the Portland Cream. 22 SW 3rd Ave, Portland, Oregon.
Master Kong – Chinese breakfast and lunch such as fresh dumplings, and noodle soups. 8435 SE Division St, Portland, Oregon.
Hat Yai – This restaurant features home cooking from southern Thailand with a focus on fried chicken and curries. 1605 NE Killingsworth St. Portland, Oregon.
Ken’s Artisan Pizza – Wood fired pizzas topped with imported cheeses and high quality meats. 304 SE 28th Avenue, Portland Oregon.
Sandy Hut – A popular spot among local. This bar has been open for 90 years and is still packed from morning to night when there are serving breakfast sandwiches and omelettes, to burgers and onion rings. 1430 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland Oregon.
Matt’s BBQ – A food truck serving Texas style ribs, briquet, and sausage. North-Portland Oregon.
Marukin – An authentic ramen restaurant with ingredients imported from Japan. 609 SE Ankeny, Suite A, Portland, Oregon. 126 SW 2nd Ave, Portland, Oregon.
Xico – High-end, casual Mexican food as well as Mexican beverages like sodas, cocktails, beers, and wines. 3715 SE Division Street, Portland, Oregon.
Jake’s Famous Crawfish – A seafood restaurant and bar with over 100 years of business. Jake’s has been rated one of the top 10 seafood restaurants in the nation making it a must try while you’re in Portland. 401 SW 12th Ave. SW Stark (cross street), Portland, Oregon.
Screen Door – Traditional Southern cooking using local fresh produce from the Pacific Northwest. 2337 East Burnside St., Portland, Oregon.
Tortilleria Y Tienda de Leon’s – Traditional dishes such as Tamales, carne asada, and chicken mole, served with house made salsas. 16223 NE Glisan St. Portland, Oregon.
Places to Camp Around Portland
Gales Creek Campground – A campground set beside a creek in a luscious green forest located only 40 minutes from Portland. Gales Creek, Oregon.
Stewart State Park – Located west of Portland in the foothills of the Northern Oregon Coast Mountain Range. You can spend your days exploring hours of hiking and biking trails through hills, forests, streams, and wildflowers. 29936-29978 Nehalem Hwy, Buxton, Oregon.
Trillium Lake – Located in Mount Hood National Forest, 30 minutes from Portland. This campground offers views of Mount Hood and a hiking/biking trail around the serene lake. Forest Road 2656, Government Camp, Oregon.
Barton Park – Located 22 miles from Portland, is a beautiful recreation site on the Clackamas River. 19009 SE Barton Park Rd, Boring, Oregon.
Horning’s Hideout – A quiet, uncrowded getaway. Activities including disc golf, fishing, and paddle boating. 21277 NW Brunswick Canyon Road, North Plains, Oregon.
Lazy Bend Campground – 1 hour from Portland on the Clackamas River. A convenient location for those wishing to do some boating. 45200 OR-224, Estacada, Oregon.
Oxbow Regional Park – Spend some hot summer days swimming, kayaking, rafting, or fishing on Sandy River located 30 minutes from Portland. 3010 SE Oxbow Pkwy, Gresham, Oregon.
Champoeg State Park – This campground sits on the bank of the Willamette River and offers a combination of history, recreation, and nature. Located 30 minutes from Portland. Champoeg State Heritage Area, St Paul, Oregon.
Ainsworth State Park – Located 34 miles from Portland in the Columbia River Gorge. The campground offers easy access to hiking trails and waterfalls. Historic Columbia River Hwy, Cascade Locks, Oregon.
Elk Creek Campground – This 14 site campground is 1 hour away from Portland and is a popular spot for angler because it sits at the junction of Elk Creek and Wilson River. Wilson River Hwy, Tillamook, Oregon.
McNeil Campground – A primitive campground located 1 hour and 15 minutes from Portland. A popular location to begin your hike to Ramona fall or other hiking trails. 182, Rhododendron, Oregon.
Places to Camp Around Oregon
Metzler Park – A more isolated park with hiking and fishing spots along beautiful Clear Creek. Estacada, Oregon.
Lost Lake Campground – This campground sites beside a classic alpine lake on the side of Mount Hood. 9000 Lost Lake Road, Hood River, Oregon.
Cape Lookout State Park – Beautiful ocean views and beach access as well as walking trails fantastic for whale watching. Tillamook, Oregon.
Baker Bay Campgrounds & Marina – A great spot for water sports like swimming, boating, and waterskiing as well as hiking and biking. 35635 Shoreview Dr, Dorena, Oregon.
Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort – This oceanside RV Park is conveniently located near state parks, restaurants, wineries, and museums. 90281 Cape Arago Highway, Coos Bay, Oregon.
Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort – Located in a beautiful garden setting with a stocked pond, spa, heated pool, and mini golf. 67667 Hwy 20, Sisters, Oregon.
Grande Hot Springs RV Resort – Located in the scenic Grand Rhonde Valley Region. The main attraction is a 186-degree hot lake! 65182 Hot Lake Ln, La Grande, Oregon.
Sunny Valley RV Park and Campground – A convenient family-friendly campground surrounded by Wolf Creek Park. 140 Old Stage Road, Sunny Valley, Oregon.
Wallowa Lake State Park – This stunning campground is located in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. There is a marina and boat ramp and it is an ideal place for hiking, biking, swimming, and fishing. Wallowa Lake State Park, Joseph, Oregon.
Sea & Sand RV Park – Located on the central Oregon Coast and set directly on the beach. This park is also close to many major attraction such as such as the Enchanted Forest Theme Park, Washington Park, Oregon Zoo, and Portland. 4985 N Highway 101, Depoe Bay, Oregon.
Crater Lake RV Park – Surrounded by amazing natural attractions like Cascade Gorge, Red Rock Canyon, and of course Crater Lake. Hiking and biking trails, fishing, boating, rafting, and snowmobiling opportunities are all close by. 46611 Hwy 62 (Crater Lake Hwy) Prospect, Oregon.
Boardman Marina & RV Park – Set along the Columbia River and nearby the Umatilla National Wildlife Refuge. This is a relaxing escape with beautiful water views. 1 West Marine Drive, Boardman, Oregon.
Umatilla Marina RV Park – This campground is in the perfect location to watch the sun set and rise over the Columbia River. It is a fantastic spot for fishing, boating, hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing due to its close proximity to the McNary Wildlife Nature Area. 1710 Quincy Ave, Umatilla, Oregon.
Crystal Crane Hot Springs – This RV destination gives you 24 hour access to the hot springs, meaning you can soak under the stars! 59315 Highway 78, Burns, Oregon.
Where to pick up the Essentials in Portland
New Seasons Market – Local produce, deli, bakery, home goods, and alcohol. This market has a focus on sustainability encouraging reusable containers and produce bags and also works with local food banks. 5320 NE 33rd Ave (at NE Killingsworth St.), Portland, Oregon.
Trader Joe’s – Local and international items at a great price. 2122 NW Glisan St (at NW 21st Ave), Portland, Oregon.
Whole Foods Market – Eco minded grocery store including a bakery, pet supplies, and bath and body departments offering natural and organic options. 1210 Nw Couch St (at NW 12th Ave), Portland, Oregon.
Portland Farmers Market at PSU – Local farmers and artisan food producers fill up this market every Saturday from 9am-2pm. 1875 SW Park Ave (on South Park Blocks), Portland, Oregon.
Food Fight – A small store that is packed with awesome vegan grocery items. 1217 SE Stark St (at SE 12th Ave) Portland, Oregon.
World Foods – This grocery store features international and local products as well as a mediterranean deli. 830 NW Everett St (NW 9th & Everett), Portland, Oregon.
Green Zebra Grocery – A healthy a convenient corner store. You will find made from scratch grab-and-go meals, a coffee bar, everyday staples, and carefully sourced groceries. 3011 N Lombard St. Portland, Oregon.
Supermercados Mexico – A well stocked Mexican grocery store. 17420 SE Division St. Portland, Oregon.
People’s Food Co-op – The lowest prices for organic food in Portland. Bring your own bags and containers for some great priced bulk and produce items. You don’t have to be a member to shop. 3029 SE 21st Ave (SE Tibbetts), Portland, Oregon.
Providore Fine Foods – A gourmet shop with pastas, meats, cheeses, produce, sweets, and great prepared sandwiches. 2340 NE Sandy Blvd (NE Hoyt St.) Portland, Oregon.
Things to do in Portland
Shanghai Tunnels – Take a tour of the Portland underground, a system of tunnels that linked basements of hotels and bars together with the docks of the Willamette River. Between 1850 and 1941 Portland was notorious for the practice of kidnapping able bodied men and selling them to work on board ships bound for the Orient. Located under Hobo’s Restaurant, 120 N.W. Third Avenue, Portland, Oregon.
Shakespeare in the Park – Pack a picnic and enjoy a play in the park during the summer months. Locations depending on the event.
Explore an Urban Forest Reserve – West of downtown Portland is one of the largest urban forest reserves in the U.S. This park has 70 miles of walking trails and overlooks the scenic Willamette River. Portland Oregon.
Visit the Oregon Historical Museum – See the the “Portland Penny”, the coin from the historic coin toss that decided Potlands name. 1200 SW Park Ave, Portland, Oregon.
Portland Art Museum – This museum is the seventh oldest in the country and its collections include Native American artifacts and English silver. 1219 SW Park Avenue, Portland, Oregon.
The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education – Learn the lessons of the Holocaust and visit the memorial to pay homage to those who lost their lives during that period. 724 NW Davis Street, Portland, Oregon.
Oregon Rail Heritage Centre – This free museum showcases vintage steam locomotives from the 1900’s. 2250 SE Water Avenue, Portland, Oregon.
Stark’s Vacuum Museum – Make a quick stop at a one of kind vacuum museum. Check out the vacuum timeline. There are over three hundred different vacuums including one that takes two people to operate. 107 NE Grand Ave. Portland, Oregon.
Bagdad Theater & Pub – Enjoy popcorn, pizza, and craft beer at this brewpub movie theatre. 3702 S.E. Hawthorne Blvd., Portland, Oregon.
Mill Ends Park – This Guinness World Record holding park is only 452 square inches. SW Naito Parkway and Taylor Street, Portland, Oregon.
Pittock Mansion – This historic house museum is a 22 room mansion built in 1914. 3229 NW Pittock Drive, Portland, Oregon.
Roller Derby – Watching this rowdy indoor sport is sure to get your heart pumping. Rose City Rollers Hangar at Oaks Amusement Park SE Oaks Park Way, Portland, Oregon.
Things to do with Kids in Portland
Glowing Greens – A glow in the dark, 18-hole, 3D, miniature golf adventure. 509 SW Taylor St, Portland, Oregon.
Washington State Park – This 410-acre park contains many of Portland’s attractions including an arboretum, Japanese gardens, children’s museum, and a zoo. Portland Oregon.
Portland Children’s Museum – There are dozens of experiential learning exhibits for hands-on kids, including a maze and outdoor amphitheatre. 4015 SW Canyon Road Portland, Oregon.
Oregon Zoo – This zoo houses over 215 species including Asian elephants, penguins, apes, lions, and giraffes to name a few. You can explore the zoo by railway at night for Zoolights, an annual holiday light display. 4001 SW Canyon Road, Portland, Oregon.
The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry – This museum offers more than 200 interactive exhibits including a chance to tour a submarine that was in active service between 1959 and 1990. 1945 SE Water Ave in Portland, Oregon.
Take a trip to The World Forestry Center – Change the way you look at trees and learn about environmental sustainability. Take a virtual tour of Brazil, Russia, China, and South Africa to learn how people are dependant on their forests all over the world. 4033 SW Canyon Rd. Portland, Oregon.
Oaks Amusement Park – Thrill rides and rollercoasters are available for the adrenaline junkies as well as carnival games, mini golf, bumper cars, and rollerskating. 7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland, Oregon.
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site – Located just across the River from Portland in Vancouver Washington is a historic site that includes a 19th-century fur-trading post, a military museum, and the restored houses of Officers Row. 1501 E Evergreen Blvd, Vancouver, Washington.
Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum – This museum aims to preserve aviation and space history. There is a flight simulation ride and guided tours. 500 Northeast Captain Michael King Smith Way, McMinnville, Oregon.
Oregon Coast Aquarium – This non-profit organization aims to inspire conservation by connecting you to the Oregon Coast. Attractions include a seabird aviary, sea otters, and sharks. 2820 SE Ferry Slip Rd, Newport, Oregon.
Enchanted Forest – A fantastic amusement park located in a lush forest. You can float through a old log mill on the Timber Mountain Log Ride, take a walk down Storybook Lane, or through a old western town. 8462 Enchanted Way SE, Turner, Oregon.
Places to an RV in Portland
Cruise America RV Rentals – 8400 SE 82nd Ave, Portland, Oregon.
Portland RV Rentals serving the local area
Serving Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin, Sherwood, Wilsonville, Newberg, Dundee, Yamhill, Laurel, Gaston, Forest Grove, Hillsboro, North Plains, Banks, Manning, Burlington, Vancouver, Sauvie Island, Scappoose, Bacona, Warren, Spitzenberg, St Helens, La Center, Ridgefield, Lewisville, Battle Ground, Hockinson, Salmon Creek, Five Corners, Camas, Troutdale, Bridal Veil, Latourell, Gresham, Happy Valley, Boring, Sandy, Cherryville, Dover, George, Eagle Creek, Estacada, Springwater, Dodge, Clackamas, West Linn, Oregon City, Beaver Creek and Aurora Oregon.
Places to Fly in and out in the Portland area
Portland International Airport – 7000 NE Airport Way, Portland, Oregon.
Portland–Hillsboro Airport – 7200 NE Airport Way, Portland, Oregon.
Portland–Troutdale Airport – 920 NW Perimeter Way, Troutdale, Oregon.
Places to Shop in Portland
Portland’s Saturday Market – The nation’s longest-running open-air arts and crafts bazaar. Held every Saturday and Sunday from March through December. Tom McCall Waterfront Park. 2 SW Naito Parkway, Portland, Oregon.
Lounge Lizard Vintage Furniture – You will enjoy browsing this store even if your not in the market for vintage furniture or reproduction 1950’s lampshades. 1310 SE Hawthorne Blvd Portland, Oregon.
Antique Alley – With almost 100 different antique dealers every treasure hunter is likely to find something in this shop. Dig through vintage clothing, jewellery, house and kitchenware, books, music, art, and other collectables. 2000 NE 42nd Ave. Portland, Oregon.
The Meadow – A novelty shop selling chocolates, bitters, and salt from all over the world. 805 NW 23rd Ave, Portland, Oregon.
Steven Smith Teamaker – Enjoy a tea tasting and a great selection of high quality loose leaf teas. 1626 NW Thurman St, Portland, Oregon.
Really Good Stuff – Be prepared to dig a little to get to all of the great finds such as vintage trunks, jewellery, instruments, and old video games. 1322 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Portland, Oregon.
Penzeys Spices – A diversity of quality herbs, spices, and blends in an extremely inviting atmosphere. 120 NW 10th Ave, Portland, Oregon.
Hoodoo Antiques & Designs – A shop full of upcycled and repurposed items. You will find statement furniture and art pieces. 122 NW Couch Street, Portland, Oregon.
Crafty Wonderland – A gift store filled to the brim with souvenirs, jewellery, art, and other affordable local products. 808 SW 10th Ave, Portland, Oregon.
Noun: A Person’s Place for Things – A mix of new items from local artists and vintage treasures like jewellery, candles, houseware, ornaments, books, and more. 3300 SE Belmont Street, Portland, Oregon.
Made in Oregon – This store features products that are only made in Oregon making it a great way to support local artists. You will find wine, cheese, chocolates, and quality souvenirs. 340 SW Morrison St, Pioneer Place Mall, Ste 1300, Portland, Oregon.
Places to Stay in Portland
Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront – 1401 SW Naito Pkwy, Portland, Oregon.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel – 1000 NE Multnomah St. Portland, Oregon.
Kimpton Hotel Monaco – 506 SW Washington St. Portland, Oregon.
Jupiter Hotel – 800 E Burnside St. Portland, Oregon.
McMenamins Crystal Hotel – 303 SW 12th Ave. Portland, Oregon.
Comfort Inn & Suites Portland Airport – 5019 NE 102nd Ave. Portland, Oregon.
Hotel deLuxe – 729 SW 15th Ave. Portland, Oregon.
Hampton Inn & Suites – 354 NW 9th Ave. Portland, Oregon.
River’s Edge Hotel – 0544 SW Hamilton Ct. Portland, Oregon.
Hotel Modera – 515 SW Clay St. Portland, Oregon.
Mark Spencer Hotel – 409 SW 11th Ave. Portland, Oregon.
Best Western Inn at the Meadows – 1215 N Hayden Meadows Dr. Portland, Oregon.
Courtyard by Marriott – 550 SW Oak St. Portland, Oregon.
Crowne Plaza – 1441 NE 2nd Ave. Portland, Oregon.
Hyatt House – 2080 SW River Dr. Portland, Oregon.
Bluebird Guesthouse – 3517 SE Division St. Portland, Oregon.
Tiny Digs Hotel – 2318, 2646 NE Glisan St. Portland, Oregon.
Best Western Plus Airport – 11938 NE Airport Way, Portland, Oregon.
The Hoxton – 15 NW 4th Ave. Portland, Oregon.
Hotel Eastlund – 1021 NE Grand Ave, Portland, Oregon.
University Place Hotel & Conference Center – 310 SW Lincoln St. Portland, Oregon.
Downtown Value Inn – 415 SW Montgomery St. Portland, Oregon.
Hotel Rose – A Staypineapple Hotel – 50 SW Morrison St. Portland, Oregon.
Clarion Hotel Portland International Airport – 11518 NE Glenn Widing Dr. Portland, Oregon.
Briarwood Suites – 7740 SE Powell Blvd. Portland, Oregon.
Quality Inn – 431 NE Multnomah St. Portland, Oregon.
Radisson Hotel Portland Airport – 6233 NE 78th Ct. Portland, Oregon.
Ramada Portland Airport – 6221 NE 82nd Ave. Portland, Oregon.
Evermore Guesthouse – 3860 SE Clinton St. Portland, Oregon.
La Quinta Inn & Suites – 4319 NW Yeon Ave. Portland, Oregon.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites – 2333 NW Vaughn St. Portland, Oregon.
Annual Events in Portland
The Portland Rose Festival – An annual event for more than 100 years consisting of 3 parades. This festival is held in June.
Portland Guadalajara Sister City Associations Cinco De Mayo – Authentic food, carnival rides, live entertainment, and artisans. The festival is held at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park in downtown Portland for 3 days surrounding May 5th.
Waterfront Blues Festival – This event is called “the largest celebration of blues, soul, funk, and rhythm & blues west of the Mississippi.” There are four stages, food vendors, fireworks, and river boat cruises. The festival is held at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park in downtown Portland at the beginning of July.
World Naked Bike Ride – Portland’s wildest event of the year was created to celebrate cycling and the human body, as well as to demonstrate the vulnerability of cyclists on the road, and to protest the nation’s dependence on fossil fuels. This event will be help on June 29 of 2019 and the route is kept a secret until the day of the event.
The Big Float – An annual fundraiser for the Human Access Project. Portland gathers at Poets Beach along with live bands and a music barge to float and promote the Willamette River as safe for swimming and other recreational activities. This event takes place in July.
Highland Games – An event to celebrate the Scottish Culture. Enjoy Scottish pipe bands, bagpipers, drummers, dancers, and athletes. This event takes place in July at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham, Oregon.
PDX Adult Soapbox Derby – An event for the grown-up kids to design their own down hill racers. The race takes place down Mt. Tabor, a dormant volcano on the 3rd Saturday of August. Onlookers can enjoy the beer gardens, and prizes are awarded for speed, engineering, and more. SE 60th Avenue and Salmon Street, Portland, Oregon.
Portland Jazz Festival – The festival is put on by PDX Jazz every February and celebrates black history month and Portlands Jazz scene attracting international stars. The festival lasts for two weeks and is located at 126 N.E. Alberta St., #002, Portland, Oregon.
Pickathon Indie Roots Music Festival – An independent music festival with a focus on new artists and environmental sustainability. The location has two party barns and acres for camping. This festival takes place every August at Pendarvis Farm. 16581 SE Hagen Rd, Happy Valley, Oregon.
Music Fest NW – A multi-venue event that has both headliners and emerging local acts. This festival takes place over two days at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park. If you enjoy sipping a beer on a sunny day by the river while watching wide array of performances than this festival is for you. Naito Parkway between SW Harrison Street and NW Glisan Street, Portland, Oregon.
Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival – Walk through the colourful tulip fields set to the backdrop of stunning Mount Hood. Enjoy wine tastings, food vendors, ride the cow train, watch wooden show making demos, or book a hot air balloon ride. The festival takes place at the end of March to beginning of May at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm. 33814 S. Meridian Rd. Woodburn, OR 97071.
Portland Mardi Gras Day Parade – Celebrate Mardi Gras at this free family-friendly night parade. Costumes are encouraged. The parade takes place on Mississippi Ave. on March 5th. The parade starts at 7:00 from Victoria Bar. 4835 N Albina Ave Portland, Oregon.
GirlFest 2019 – An all ages music festival featuring a strictly female line-up from all genres. This event takes place in January at 1001 SE Morrison St. Portland, Oregon.
Zoolights – The Oregon Zoo’s annual winter festival decorates the zoo with millions of lights. There is a carousel, a lighted train, food vendors, and live music. 4001 SW Canyon Rd, Portland, Oregon.
What to Expect Weather Wise in Portland
Portland experiences a temperate climate with warm, dry summers and cool, rainy winters. The summer months, June to September, have average highs of 74-81F (23-27C). Winter months, November to February, have average lows of 35-40F (1-5C). Portland’s gets about half of its annual rainfall in these months and an average of 4 inches of snow.
Places to Leave your Pet in Portland
Dogs Dig It – Dog daycare and boarding with a park like atmosphere and indoor and outdoor play areas. Full service grooming is also available. 1132 SE Salmon, Portland, Oregon.
Safe Journey Dog Boarding – Crate-free dog daycare and boarding. 3525 SE Milwaukee Ave, Portland, Oregon.
Barkzone (Montavilla) – Great for those travelling in and out of the Portland International airport who need dog daycare, boarding, or grooming. 8805 SE Stark, Portland, Oregon.
Steffie’s House Dog Daycare Boarding Grooming – Steffie’s House is best for smaller breed and low energy dogs. 3829 SE Washington St. Portland, Oregon.
Alpha Dog Daycare – Alpha Dog cares for all types of breeds, sizes, and energy levels. Daycare, boarding, and dog washing services are available here. 1735 SE Grand Ave. Portland, Oregon.
Bone Away From Home – 2,700 sq ft. of open, indoor play area. 1717 SE Umatilla St. Portland Oregon.
Dog Days – Cage-free daycare and boarding. 2215 SE Division St. Portland, Oregon.
Fletcher’s Kennels – Located near Portland International Airport with optional airport pick up and drop off. Separate long and short term dog and cat boarding facilities. 12959 SE Powell Blvd, Portland Oregon.
3 Dogs Boarding & Daycare – Cage-free boarding located near Portland International Airport. 5430 NE 42nd Ave, Portland, Oregon.
Places to Rent a Bicycle in Portland
The Bike Galle – Road bikes, city bikes, and electric bikes are offered here. 5329 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, Oregon.
Biketown – Portland bike share program, with 1,000 bikes at over 100 stations across downtown and several neighborhoods. The system is designed for quick, convenient trips. Portland, Oregon.
Everybody’s Bike Rentals and Tours – City bikes, road bikes, touring bikes, kids bikes, and kids trailers available. Tours are also available to take you off the beaten path and teach you about Portland’s history. 305 NE Wygant St. Portland, Oregon.
Pedal Bike Tours – City bikes, E-bikes, kids bikes/trailers, and tandem bikes are available as well as a variety of tours. 133 SW 2nd Ave. Portland, Oregon.
River City bikes – City bikes, hybrid bikes, road bikes, mountain bikes, tandem bikes, and accessories like clipless pedals & pumps. 706 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Portland, Oregon.
Cycle Portland – Single speed cruisers, multi speed hybrids, road bikes, E-bikes, trailers, and bike racks are available as well as three guided tours featuring either the city, food, or brews. 117 NW. 2nd Ave. Portland, Oregon.
Veloce Bicycles – Race-quality road bikes available here. 3202 SE Hawthorne St. Portland, Oregon.
Fat Tire Farm – This is a great place to rent a mountain bike because they are close to Forest Parks roads and trails. 2714 NW Thurman St, Portland, Oregon.
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