Yes, GoCamp offers one-way rentals. You can pick up a van in Portland, Boise, Los Angeles or San Francisco and make arrangements to drop it off at several major cities (think Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, San Diego, Los Angeles) depending on your itinerary and needs.
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It is easy to get stuck inside the house during the winter. But there is sooooo much winter fun to be had out there. Resist the couch! Instead, go have an adventure that’ll warm your heart and stoke the fire in your spirit of adventure. That couch will still be there when you get back.
Here are five of GoCamp’s favorite things to do in a camper van in December and January. Our favorite of our favorites? The Fire and Ice Winterfest in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho where you will get to grab an inner tube and jump into a freezing cold river in your best costume.
A friend told us to head downriver out of the campground and then just stop and listen. “You’ll hear literally nothing,” he said. “It’s the quietest place on earth.”
Only two hours from Portland, Cottonwood Canyon State Park appears to be undiscovered at the moment. It’s quiet because very few people are out there, and also because the landscape is so vast and remote. With 8,000 acres adjacent to BLM lands, Cottonwood Canyon State Park is Oregon’s second largest state park.