Roamerica 1998 Sportsmobile Campervan Side Profile Camping in front of Mt Bachelor in Bend

Family Adventures

Filled with lush forests, stunning beaches, and towering mountain ranges, the Pacific Northwest is the perfect place to get out into nature and sleep under the stars. We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite places to camp in the Pacific Northwest, all surrounded by stunning scenery and breathtaking views. Check out these 11 places to camp in the Pacific Northwest with a

It’s no secret that the Beaver State is an outdoor lover’s paradise; volcanoes, beaches, mountains, and plains abound. While it’d be easy to pick a city and book a flight, then you’d be missing out on half the journey: getting there. Oregon is home to officially designated All-American Roads, National Scenic Byways, Oregon State Scenic Byways, and Oregon Tour Routes. We've chosen only four of

If you’ve got picky eaters, camping can be intimidating. After all, without your fridge full of back-up meals, how are you going to feed those kiddos while on the road in your campervan? Not to worry, we’ve put together a collection of awesome, kid-ready campfire dishes that are sure to please even the pickiest of little ones. From cinnamon rolls to pizza, from classic s’mores

I know what you’re thinking: “There’s no way to pack the kids into the van for an epic family road trip that doesn’t end in disaster.” But surprisingly enough, a good Pacific Northwest family road trip can check off quite a few boxes — pristine wilderness and national parks, beaches, museums, water slides, and urban adventure. Before hitting the road on that multi-month cross-country road trip,

The Pacific Northwest is packed full of fun activities for the whole family, including ferry rides, children’s museums, food tours, and staying in a Bavarian-styled village. Though most known for its outdoor recreation, the Pacific Northwest is also home to some amazing cities and towns that offer world-class cultural activities as well as opportunities to get outside. We at ROAMERICA have put together a list

The Pacific Northwest region of the United States is the ultimate playground for all outdoors-people. Whether you’re four years old or 94, there is something for everyone to enjoy. From hiking to award-winning museums, from whale watching to skiing down the slopes of Mount Hood, your whole family will enjoy exploring everything that the PNW has to offer. We at ROAMERICA put together a list

Cori Dahlstrom and David Romilly both grew up active, David as an all-around athlete in Southern Maine and Cori going on family ski trips to Mount Hood from the Portland, Oregon area. The couple met on an airplane coming back from separate ski vacations and lived in New Hampshire until 2015, when they moved back to Portland. They have two boys,  M and G, soon to

Al and Mindy Matarazzo were destined to get a van. They just didn’t know what they wanted yet. As they were planning a family trip to Yosemite a couple years ago, their son Zach recommended they rent one. That trip gave them a vision of what their own van life could potentially be. The Matarazzo’s, both 48, active hikers, bicyclists and rafters, made a conscious move