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Roamers Rest RV Park
Campground Description: Roamers Rest RV Park is a privately owned and operated RV park. This RV park is located just minutes south of Portland on SW Pacific Highway (Highway 99) in Tualatin. It is conveniently located on one of the major highways between Portland and the Oregon coast. The beach is less than 1 ½ hours away. All streets and parking pads are paved and the entire campground is well landscaped. Roamers Rest RV Park offers 2 restroom facilities with both hot showers and laundry facilities. The campground is situated along the Tualatin River. Roamers Rest RV Park offers WIFI service, cable television and telephone service. Nearby are both fast food and fine dining restaurants, as well as many shopping opportunities. Tent camping is not allowed - RV camping only. Open year round.
Number of Sites: 70
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: Interstate 5 Southbound from downtown Portland - Drive South on I-5 to exit 291. Take exit 291 and turn right onto SW Upper Boons Ferry Road. Follow SW Upper Boons Ferry Road for 430 yards to SW 72nd Avenue (there is a stop light at SW 72nd Avenue). Turn left onto SW 72nd Avenue. Follow SW 72nd Avenue for .3 miles to SW Durham Road. At SW Durham Road turn right. Follow SW Durham Road for 2.2 miles to SW Pacific Highway (Highway 99). At SW Pacific Highway, turn left. Follow SW Pacific Highway for .8 miles to the entrance to Roamers Rest RV Park. The entrance is located on the right (North) side of the highway. Interstate 5 Northbound from Eugene - Drive North on I-5 to exit 291. Take exit 291 and turn left onto SW Upper Boons Ferry Road. Follow SW Upper Boons Ferry Road for .4 miles to SW 72nd Avenue (there is a stop light at SW 72nd Avenue). Turn left onto SW 72nd Avenue. Follow SW 72nd Avenue for .3 miles to SW Durham Road. At SW Durham Road turn right. Follow SW Durham Road for 2.2 miles to SW Pacific Highway (Highway 99). At SW Pacific Highway, turn left. Follow SW Pacific Highway for .8 miles to the entrance to Roamers Rest RV Park. The entrance is located on the right (North) side of the highway.
Fishing: Fishing in any metro area is difficult at best. Ask at the Roamers Rest RV Park office if fishing is any good from the campground on the Tualatin River. Both Durham City Park and Cook Park are on the Tualatin Rived a short drive away from the campground. A more distant fishing spot is on the Willamette River in Oregon City. Take I-5 Southbound to I-205. Follow I-205 Eastbound to exit 9. Take exit 9 and turn left. Follow to Clackamette Park and wet your line. Total distance from Roamers Rest RV Park is 16 miles. Additional fishing is available on the Willamette River at Champoeg State Park, 22.8 miles southwest. Follow I-5 Southbound for 13 miles and take exit 278. Turn right (west) and follow the signs to Champoeg State Park.
Astronomy Opportunities: Telescope camping is very poor due to light pollution from the surrounding area.
Nearby Golfing: Portland offers more than 20 public golf courses. Look for them on the internet by clicking here: Portland Area Golf Courses or consult the Portland Area Yellow Pages.
Contact Information:Roamers Rest RV Park 17585 SW Pacific Highway Tualatin, OR 97062 503-692-6350 877-478-7275 503-691-6996 (FAX) Roamers Rest RV Park Email Roamers Rest RV Park Click on any picture for a larger image
Sign at the entrance to Roamers Rest RV Park
Map of the camping sites at Roamers Rest RV Park
One of the 2 restroom facilities with laundry facilities at Roamer's Rest RV Park
A typical pull-through RV camping site at Roamers Rest RV Park
Campsite numbers 29 through 70 economize the limited real estate availability at Roamers Rest RV Park
The pull through campsites at Roamers Rest RV Park are considerably wider than many of the back-in camping sites
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