Spring Break is coming up, and if you don’t have anyone to travel with, NO PROBLEM! Single and solo female travel is where it’s at! Have your own adventure!
Crater Lake National Park
Crater Lake National Park is stunning! It’s located in the Cascade Mountains of southern Oregon. Because of its elevation, you need to check weather conditions ahead of time to make sure the roads are open. Crater Lake was formed by a collapsed volcano, Mount Mazama. Near the western edge of the lake is Wizard Island, and the best way to see it is to take Rim Drive, a gorgeous winding road surrounding the lake. It provides picturesque views of the lake. I recommend getting out of your motorhome to enjoy a hike if the weather cooperates. One of my favorite trails is Sun Notch.
Crystal Crane Hot Springs
If your idea of getting away from it all includes no crowds, expansive views, and a long soak in an outdoor hot spring, Crystal Crane Hot Springs near Burns, Oregon, is perfect! Whether you spend the night at one of their RV sites, opt for a cabin, or stay in a teepee, you’ll enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and unlimited soaks in the hot springs. You can even enjoy a soak in the middle of the night! Plus, they are pet friendly, and their team members are always friendly and helpful.
Spring Break in the Northwest can bring every kind of weather imaginable, so always check road conditions and be prepared for cold nights. Make sure your RV is serviced and ready for inclement weather, and If you’re traveling alone, tell someone where you’re going and when you’ll return. Take a good book along, upload your favorite music (in case you don’t have internet), and prepare yourself for a good time!