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

Oregon Trip Ideas

Photography and words by Ryan Flood Let the Road Trip Begin There is a magic pocket of Oregon known to some, and loved by many. Tucked into the Northeast corner of the state, Wallowa County is home to some of the most ruggedly beautiful country Oregon has to offer. From the snow-covered granite peaks of the Wallowa Mountains to the numerous small rivers and trout streams flowing

In this blog post, we're going to explore The Willamette Valley. The Willamette Valley runs south from Portland, Oregon for 150 miles, passing through the state capital of Salem, and then down to Eugene. The valley is surrounded by three mountain ranges—the Oregon Coast Range, the Cascade Range, and the Calapooya Mountains—making for incredible terrain for hiking and biking throughout the valley. Whether you’re on

If you’re at all intrigued by the sport of mountain biking, then the Pacific Northwest should be on your list of mountain biking destinations. For example, singletrack terrain in Oregon through forests, mountains, and along rivers is some of the best and most unique in the country. With help from Singletracks, a nationwide online mountain biking community, we’ve put together an aggregated list of some

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 whale watching to mountain biking, your whole family will enjoy exploring everything that the PNW has to offer. We at ROAMERICA put together a list of some of our favorite family activities in

In 2014, the state of Oregon launched a tourism campaign so successful that it withstood the test of time - much like the places it was promoting. The campaign, launched by Travel Oregon, defined the ‘7 Wonders of Oregon’ in an effort to get visitors and residents out and exploring the natural wonders of the state. We can’t help but agree; these places are totally

Words and Photos by Ryan Flood After weeks of sheltering-in-place, blanket-forts, neighborhood walks and diligently working our way through the entire Harry Potter series every Friday night, our family was well-overdue for an adventure outside our zip code. We are accustomed to family road trips and camping throughout Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, but for this first trip of the Summer we wanted something a little

The best trips are one’s that you never stop moving. Where there is adventure in both the destination and the journey. If you’re looking for a weekend out of the weirdness of Portland, Bend is the place to be. Here’s what I did with a few buddies, or turn off at the hundred other campgrounds and dirt roads along the way to create your adventure! Friday 4:00pm