RV Rentals Newport, Oregon

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Heartland Mallard 26

Heartland Mallard 26

2020 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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85.4 miles from Newport, OR
$125
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Venture RV Sonic SN211VDB

Venture RV Sonic SN211VDB

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 7
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85.9 miles from Newport, OR
$125
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Winnebago Solis 59PX

Winnebago Solis 59PX

2022 / Class B Camping Van
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Sleeps 4
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80.2 miles from Newport, OR
$259
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Winnebago Outlook 27D

Winnebago Outlook 27D

2019 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 6
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99.6 miles from Newport, OR
$180
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Winnebago View 24J

Winnebago View 24J

2016 / Class C Motor Home
Sleeps 6
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76.8 miles from Newport, OR
$250
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nuCamp RV TAG 5-Wide

nuCamp RV TAG 5-Wide

2020 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 2
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98.3 miles from Newport, OR
$95
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Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31K

Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31K

2017 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 7
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88.9 miles from Newport, OR
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Popular RV Rentals Near Newport, Oregon for Any Budget

Find affordable RV Rentals in Newport, Oregon, to explore Newport and the surrounding area. Class C and towable RVs are the most popularly available RVs, starting at $100 per night for Class C RVs and $50 for towables. Of course, there are over 100 Class A and B RVs, so you're set whether you're looking for a large or small rig. Large groups are in luck in Newport, with over 200 RVs available that accommodate six or more guests. There are even a few that can house up to 12.

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Newport, Oregon, No Matter the Duration

Driving an hour south to Florence takes you along the Pacific Coast. The Florence area is home to many outdoor destinations, such as the Sea Lion Caves, Heceta Beach, and the breathtaking Neptune State Scene Viewpoint. There's also Sand Master Park Sandboarding (the world's first sandboarding park) and the Three Rivers casino resort for those looking for some extra excitement.

To the southeast, Eugene offers plenty to do. Packed with museums and outdoor recreational sites, Eugene's attractions also include the Owen Rose Garden and Cascades Raptor Center. Weekend travelers can plan a visit to the Eugene Saturday Market and explore hundreds of food vendors, artists, and performers.

Portland is the largest city in Oregon and is located 2 1/2 to 3 hours northeast of Newport. With a popular food, drink, and entertainment culture, Portland can keep travelers occupied for many days. It's home to many outdoor attractions, including the Columbia Gorge Waterfall Trail and the Historic Columbia River Highway. Flower aficionados will want to explore the nearly 10,000 roses at the International Rose Test Garden, the world's oldest continuously run public rose garden.

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The Newport area was originally home to the Yacona tribe. Artifacts from the Yacona date back over 3,000 years. White settlers arrived in 1864 and established the Newport post office in 1868, naming it after Newport, Rhode Island. As of 2019, Newport has a population of just over 10,800.

Yaquina Bay cuts through the town of Newport and is a site of natural beauty and historical landmarks. The Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area is a BLM site north of Newport that features a trail to Oregon's tallest lighthouse. Additionally, the Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site is a 32-acre seaside park. This park is cherished by regional whale watchers. The winter and spring months are ideal if you want to see migrating grey whales. Bring a pair of binoculars or a telescope to get a closer look at them.

During the summer months, hundreds of ocean vessels pass by Newport, and even more pleasure boats enjoy the coast. Nye Beach and Beverly Beach State Park are the most popular beaches for visitors and locals alike. There's also The Devil's Punch Bowl, which is a strange, bowl-like rock formation located on the Newport coast. It's named for the roaring sound it makes when the Pacific waves crash through openings in the formation. Finally, the Seal Rock State Recreation Site is revered for its many impressive rock formations as well as seal and sea lion spotting.

There's also plenty to learn about marine science and history in Newport. The Hatfield Marine Science Center is full of educational programs and marine life exhibits. You'll see colorful and surprising marine creatures in the Science Center's aquariums and tide pools, including octopuses and families of starfish. The Pacific Maritime Heritage Center is an interactive museum featuring picturesque views of Newport's Bayfront district. Here, you'll learn about the history of Newport and see marine artifacts and sunken treasures.

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

Portland, Oregon - Portland is the largest city in Oregon and offers plenty to do and see. You'll find a variety of entertainment and food, as well as outdoor activities such as sightseeing and nature trails.

  • 100+ Restaurants
  • 100+ Gas Stations
  • 4 Nearby Rest Areas
  • 30+ Campgrounds
  • 3 Nearby National Forests
  • 5 Nearby State Parks
  • 20+ Nearby RV Parks
  • 13 Dump Stations within 20 miles

Salem, Oregon - Salem is the capital of Oregon and offers a variety of attractions such as historical landmarks, gardens, and museums. The Salem area has its fair share of beautiful scenery and RV accommodations.

  • 15+ Restaurants
  • 15+ Gas Stations
  • 2 Rest Areas
  • 15+ Nearby Campgrounds
  • 3 Nearby National Forests
  • 2 Nearby State Parks
  • 12 Nearby RV Parks
  • 10 Dump Stations within 20 miles

Tillamook, Oregon - Tillamook is a small town located on the coast of Oregon. It's known for its cheese factory, as well as being a great place to view whales and other marine life. There are museums, scenic parks, and a few spots for delicious local food.

  • 10+ Restaurants
  • 9 Gas Stations
  • 1 Nearby Rest Area
  • 3 Nearby Campgrounds
  • 3 Nearby State Parks
  • 9 Nearby RV Parks
  • 9 Dump Stations within 20 miles

Top National Parks Near Newport, Oregon

The three closest national parks to Newport, Oregon, are Crater Lake, Mount Rainer, and Olympic National Parks. Crater Lake National Park is the closest to Newport and Oregon's only national park. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in America and was formed 7,700 years ago by a volcanic eruption collapsing its mountain peak. It sits atop the Cascade Mountain Range and is known for its pristine water.

Mount Rainer National Park is located in Washington and features beautiful subalpine meadows and glaciers. You can go hiking, biking, fishing, and more in this park. Olympic National Park is also located in Washington and is known for its rainforest, rugged coastline, and the Olympic Mountains.

Popular State Parks Near Newport, Oregon

South Beach State Park is the closest and most popular state park near Newport. It's located south of downtown Newport and is known for its wide, sandy beach that stretches for miles. You can expect comfortable temperatures nearly all year round and to encounter an impressive variety of ocean-side wildlife. Other popular state parks include Beverly Beach just five miles north of Newport and Cape Lookout, which features walking trails through old-growth forests that overlook the Pacific Ocean.

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Newport, Oregon

There are plenty of Oregon landmarks to behold in Newport. The Yaquina Bay Lighthouse is one of the oldest lighthouses on the West Coast and sits atop a lava rock formation. Newport's Historic Bayfront will charm you with its local shops, monuments, and sunbathing sea lions. The beautiful architecture of Yaquina Bay Bridge will take you by surprise as you enter Newport for the first time. Finally, you'll want to take a walk down the Newport Bay Fishing Pier and enjoy the sounds of the bay. Cannon Beach offers views of incredible, towering natural beach rock arches and monuments that have been photographed by millions.

Upcoming Events Near Newport, Oregon

  • Fossil Fest! - This event includes lectures, hands-on activities, and guides to finding fossils and is held every winter at the Hatfield Marine Science Center.
  • Oregon Coast Jazz Party - This October festival is a celebration of musicianship and jazz. It includes several musical performances as well as educational events.
  • Toledo Wooden Boat Show - Held every August 10 in Toledo, the Wooden Boat Show is a family-friendly celebration of boatbuilding with activities and a variety of vessels on display.
  • Newport Symphony Orchestra Free Community Concert - This classical music performance is event is held every July by the Newport Symphony Orchestra.

Top Picks for POI Activities Near Newport, Oregon

  • Ocean to Bay Trail - A beautiful, short trail that takes hikers from the Pacific Ocean to Yaquina Bay. The trail takes about an hour to traverse and is recommended for hikers of all experience levels.
  • Natural Oregon Coast Wonders - Up and down the Oregon coast, there are numerous natural wonders to explore, such as the Devil's Punchbowl, Haystack Rock, and Quarry Cove.
  • Boating in Yaquina Bay or the Pacific Ocean - Fishing, charters, and boating tours will let you enjoy the natural beauty of Newport's coast and Yaquina Bay. Deep-sea fishing charters and tours of the bay will let you get up close and personal with nature.
  • Watersports - The Newport surf is a thrill for kitesurfers and boogie boarders alike. Kayakers can take advantage of the calm waters in Yaquina Bay, while standup paddleboarders can also get in on the fun.

Best Choices for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

Benton Oaks RV & Campground is a recommended site for travelers and has plenty of accommodations, such as WiFi, sewer, showers, and electricity. Benton Oaks is located 40 miles east of Newport in Corvallis, Oregon. A few more miles east will take you to Blue Ox RV Park in Albany. Blue Ox is often reviewed as having friendly neighbors, good prices, and plenty of shade. There's also Knox Butte RV Park, which offers access to the urban amenities of Albany and is a short distance from playgrounds, parks, and nature trails.

Best RV Dump Stations Near Newport, Oregon

Oregon RV dump stations are available throughout the state as you travel, but you won't have to go far to find stations near Newport. The Newport Chamber of Commerce has a free dump station just off Highway 101. The South Beach and Beverly Beach State Parks also have dumpsites open to the public. Additionally, most RV parks in the area will have dump stations for travelers to use, often for a small fee.

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Newport, Oregon

If you're planning on spending some time in the Newport area, you may want to consider storing your RV. There are a few great options for RV storage near Newport. Newport Marine and RV Service Inc. is right in town and offers RV storage for $10 a day. They also provide monthly storage rates for those looking for an extended stay in the area. Lincoln Storage in Newport and All Storage in Toledo have indoor storage units large enough to fit most RVs, though they usually rent monthly. Further east, between Eugene and Portland, you'll find numerous storage options, including facilities with 24/7 access and daily rates.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Newport, OR

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Newport?

Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Newport, OR, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.

Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Newport?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Newport from RVshare.

Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?

Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Newport?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.

RV Rentals Near Newport, OR

National Parks Near Newport, OR

State Parks Near Newport, OR

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Newport, OR

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RV Dump Stations Near Newport, OR
Salem is the capital of Oregon and sits alongside the Willamette River in the center of the Willamette Valley. It is also home to such attractions as the Hallie Ford Museum of Art and the Elsinore Theatre, and several Oregon RV dump stations can be found in the area. 
RV Storage Near Newport, OR
If you’ve ever been to Oregon, you know just how much the Pacific Northwest has to offer when it comes to natural beauty. The central-western Oregon city of Corvallis boasts rolling hills, beautiful natural waterways, and lush forests for you and your family to explore. An ideal way to experience the region is via RV; recreational vehicles give you more flexibility than any other mode of transportation when you’re visiting the great campgrounds in Corvallis. Whether you own an RV or are renting, you may need to store your vehicle to keep it sheltered during the local rainy season. The following are seven excellent RV storage Corvallis options in no particular order. 
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