Oregon to California – 4 Free Overnight Stops (Snowbird Trip Update)

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In this video, I show you our path south from Astoria, Oregon all the way south to California, near Sacramento. During the 652 miles (1049 km) of travel south, we overnighted a 4 different free dry camping locations. 2 casinos, an air museum, and a Camping World store lot.

1) Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum in McMinnville, Oregon. They allow free RV overnight parking for 2 nights. The nearby woods were full of birds and falling leaves and of course, lots of cool planes!

Evergreen Air and Space Msueum Dry Camping in Parking Lot

2) Seven Feather Casino along Interstate 5 near Canyonville Oregon. They allow up to 5 days free dry camping in a lot north of the casino. There is also a truck stop across the freeway with low fuel prices.

Seven Feathers Casino Dry Camping lot

3) Redding, CA Camping World, they allowed free overnight camping in the parking lot. We were the only rig. :)⠀
Right next to the freeway so noisy but doesn’t bother us, we are used to the drone. If you have the Good Sam card, they have hookups too, but we declined as you have to move by 8 am so they can get access.⠀

Redding CampingWorld

4) Cache Creek Casino located about 30 minutes to the west of Woodland, California. They allow 3 days free in a quite unlevel dirt lot but with lovely views of the surrounding hills and valley below. Sign up for the casino card and get $25 to spend on food or fuel at the casino. Download their app and get 10 bucks free slot play. Upscale casino with excellent restaurants.

Cache Creek Casino Dry Camping View

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