Huckleberry Lodge Cabins
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHuckleberry Lodge Cabins Forks
I stayed in the Eagle cabin - which basically a trailer with a cabin exterior. It has a bathroom with hot running water and a kitchen equiped with cookware, flatware, crockery, etc. to make the place homely.
Although, this place is advertising itself as a "Bed & Breakfast", but I never got my breakfast.
I would stay here again if I ever have to pass through Folks.
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... believed that you couldn't reserve a site ahead of time (believing the message board at the front), so we selected the site. When she went to pay the fee, she realized what had happened. We then had to move sites, twice. Finally with a place to rest, we watched part of the sunset, made dinner, and a campfire and went to sleep. We knew we'd have a long day the next day, driving all the way to Oregon to visit my family for a few days. Until next time, keep calm and adventure on!
... and it will be sad to leave. I didn't expect to be so taken with the Pacific coast, but it is strikingly beautiful. The weather has been fantastic, as well.
We've stopped rating our favorite hikes and have decided that the best hike is the one you are on in the moment.
Short and sweet post here, but lots of pics. Enjoy!
Carrie & ...
... not there so we couldn't bring him home for you unfortunately! (We both have an urge to re-watch the movie the next time we get a chance though).
As it was torrential rain all evening we had a very low-key night tucked cosily away in the RV, Sevi playing video games on his laptop and me watching 'Twilight' ready for the next days destination…
We drove past Lake Crescent this morning, on the way down ...
... Not cool…the first night’s campground was way better. Oh well. Life goes on. Oh I also tried the peanut butter, banana, honey, and M&M sandwich…SO GOOD!!!! Seriously. Delicious.
So today I got up and got going in the usual fashion, the beginning of the day’s drive was through a lot of wetlands. The term that was repeatedly used was "slough," I had never heard of this but after looking it up in Webster’s it says ...
... tree trunk driftwood. Several backpack campers had hiked down and set up camp. There were a handful of photographers and surfers around, too. It was a stunning place, and I'm not at all surprised that people seek this place out, despite the drive time.
Finally, we drove out to First Beach, where the beach is immediately next to the parking lot, and a few small resorts are located. Subsequently, it's more popular.
We had ...