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Fishing for Fun in the Grand Ronde

"The kids absolutely loved it," was the first thing Natalie and Leif reported upon returning the camper van called Grand Ronde. We've gotten pretty used to this statement from parents. One family rented a GoCamp van to celebrate a 5th birthday because their child constantly yelled, "Camper!" every time he saw one on the highway. And our favorite quote of all time remains, "Top bunk. Waaaaay cool," which was uttered by Theo, age 4, just seconds before he fell sound asleep (in the Grand Ronde by chance). 

GoCamp vans are giggle machines, guaranteed for a good time.

GoCamp vans are giggle machines, guaranteed for a good time.

We've known Natalie for years as an amazing yoga teacher, but more recently we are starting to think of her as a #momtog – a mom who happens to be an excellent photographer. Or an excellent photographer who happens to be a mom? Natalie and her sweet family took the Grand Ronde on an adventure to the Deschutes River and returned with these wonderful photos.

For your own family trip, consider taking a drive along the 34-mile (54 km) Lower Deschutes River Back Country Byway where you can stop at Sherars Falls and watch members of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs fish from cliff-side platforms. The Lower Deschutes River offers 16 developed Bureau of Land Management campgrounds along the river so you'll have plenty of options for staying the night.

Given that Leif owns Flying Fish Company, it's no surprise that fishing was on the family agenda. What does your family love to do and how can GoCamp help you make memories? 

Making camping easy ... for families.

Making camping easy ... for families.

To reserve the Grand Ronde for your own family adventure, simply click here or the Reserve Now link above. 

Go Rogue and Head to Eastern Oregon

When the rains come in Oregon, lots of long timers know to head east for some sunshine and dry weather. That's exactly what Andrew and Remy did with the GoCamp camper van called the Rogue last spring. It worked like a charm. Not only did they get dry weather, they got magical landscapes as well.

The Rogue headed into Leslie Gulch in Eastern Oregon. To reserve the Rogue, simply click   here   or the   Reserve Now   link above. 

The Rogue headed into Leslie Gulch in Eastern Oregon. To reserve the Rogue, simply click here or the Reserve Now link above. 

Situated in one of the most stunning landscapes in Oregon, you'll find the Slocum Creek Campground at the end of a 15-mile dirt road. And many days you won't find much else. Leslie Gulch is perhaps one of the best kept secrets in all of Oregon. A canyon in Malheur County, it is on the east side of Owyhee Lake, a reservoir on the Owyhee River. The gulch was named after a local rancher, Hiram E. Leslie, who was hit by lightning here in 1882.

So when those rains come, and they will, we suggest you head east in a GoCamp camper van. The Rogue is a Eurovan Camper, fully outfitted for your next adventure. All you have to do is hop in and go.

GoCamp camping at Slocum Creek Campground.

GoCamp camping at Slocum Creek Campground.

To reserve the Rogue, simply click here or the Reserve Now link above. 

Photo credit: Andrew Bolton at Murmur Creative.