Oregon Coast

We always like visiting the Oregon coast in the Fall. The summer crowds are gone and the weather is mild. Our Thousand Trails membership offers us multiple RV parks along the Pacific coast. We love watching for whales, hiking and collecting wild edible mushrooms.

Ecola State Park
McPhilips Beach
Depoe Bay

Newport Oregon is one of our favorite coastal towns for the artisans, murals, lighthouses and rafts built to accommodate the abundant sea lions. They are numerous boisterous and adorable.

Newport sea lion rafts
Heceta Head lighthouse
Native lobster mushrooms
Murals tell the story of the coast

Sure there are cool and rainy days on the Oregon coast in the Fall but we have lots of warm sunny days in Florida and enjoy the change.

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3 Responses to Oregon Coast

  1. John King says:

    Great stuff, as always. Thanks


  2. Larry Shoup says:

    I bicycled the Oregon coast in 1984 with friends from Oregon State. Reta and I used our Thousand Trails membership to enjoy every TT campgound from San Diego to the Cadian border in a 13-month trip. Always beautiful.


  3. Carol says:

    Always enjoy your trips. I love the Oregon coast too.


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