Places to Stay – Eugene, Oregon Travel Guide

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Eugene Area Bed & Breakfast Association (EABBA)

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RV Parks & Camping

Eugene Kamping World RV Park
Exit 199 I-5 90932 S. Stuart Way, +1 (541) 343 4832

This RV and camping park is open all year long. Its many amenities include: full hook-ups, clean restrooms and showers, cable TV, groceries, game rooms, laundry, miniature golf and fishing at the nearby McKenzie River.

Sherwood Forest KOA
298 E. Oregon Avenue, Creswell, +1 (541) 895 4110

This RV park offers a seasonal pool, laundry room, hot showers and a convenient store. Only 10 miles from a major shopping center.

Coburg Hills RV Park
I-5 Exit 199 at Coburg, +1 (541) 686 3152

Fern Ridge Shores RV Park & Marina
29652 Jeans Rd, Veneta, +1 (541) 935 2335

1040 Green Acres Road, +1 (541) 343 6977

In case you didn’t know, Wal-Mart stores allow RVs to park overnight in their parking lots for up to two days.

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Eugene International Hostel
2352 Willamette, +1 (541) 349 0589

This international hostel is located just 10 blocks from the heart of downtown Eugene. It is open for accommodations and reservations everyday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Individual cost is $16 per night plus tax, and weekly rates are $90 plus tax. International hostel cards are accepted for discounted prices.

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