2330 17th St. NE
Salem, OR 97303
Easy I-5 Access • See Freeway Signs
Thu: 10 AM - 7 PM
Fri: 10 AM - 7 PM
Sat: 10 AM - 7 PM
Sun: 10 AM - 5 PM
$8.00 Seniors (62 and over)
Download $4 OFF Admission Coupon!
Fee Based ATM Located On Site
*Admission Good For All Show Days!
No Charge for Kids 16 and Under
Since 1978, the OREGON STATE SALEM SPRING RV SHOW has been Oregon's Favorite RV Show and Sale. This year, Oregon's Original Multi-Dealer RV Show comes to The Oregon State Fairgrounds February 1, 2, 3, 4, 2024 for four big days of extraordinary savings on a huge selection of products, new and used. As always, parking is free, and admission is good all four days!
Forget about driving across the state from one dealership to the next. Come enjoy shopping and comparing hundreds of new and used RV's from Oregon's premiere regional dealerships, all in one location. We bring Oregon's Best RV Dealers to you! Shop between two full buildings and acres of outside displays.
Whether you live in Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, or the greater Salem Area, take advantage of the enormous savings that can only be had at a true multi-dealer RV Show. There's an RV for every passion, and an RV for everyone at the OREGON STATE SALEM SPRING RV SHOW at the Oregon State Fairgrounds. We'll See You at the Show!
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"My husband and I bought an RV from the Salem show 2 years ago, and were impressed at the amount of choices and pricing. We got a great deal and didn’t have to drive from dealer to dealer to do it."
"It’s nice to see all the local dealers at the Salem show and to know that you’re buying something from someone who is close enough to work on it for you."
"I try to go every year because the show always seems to have lower prices for the same units than when I shop at the lot. It’s easy to see why there’s so many “sold” signs on rigs by the end of the weekend."