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TravelPod Member ReviewsCape Kiwanda RV Park Pacific City
Hier gibt es alles: Full hook up, Laundromat, einen guten Laden, nette Restaurants, einen tollen Strand, eine riesige Sanddüne, Tidepools, Brandung, Surfmöglichkeiten etc. Der perfekte Platz für einen längeren Aufenthalt!
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We have arrived this last week, Tuesday, in Pacific City – right at the beach. Has been overcast and sunny off and on – sun comes out late morning or afternoon. We had one night of rain. Fog Bank hangs out over the ocean.
We have a nice spot in the park, with lots of bushes around – hoping to get photos of birds, but still a lot of people and activity around, so they stay away. The lady across the road has ...
... forward so we wouldn't have any more trouble getting campsites. When we were sunned out, we packed up and got some oyster shooters at Shuckers, a divey local's spot in town and then headed back up the river to our tent. The next day we woke up early to set out for a day of sight seeing. The heavy fog in which we awoke disappeared by the time we left the river valley and we headed off into yet another sunny day. Our first stop was a lookout point just south ...
Oregon coastline. Our first stop was in
Brookings, just over the CA/OR state line.
We did a little touring along the coast but it was mostly foggy and hard
to see much. One place we stopped was
Port Orford, an old fishing village without a harbor. All of the fishing boats have to be lifted
out of the water, up onto the land. When
we got back to the campground, Bruce started to ...
... of Oregon, which has state public access to the beach every few mules, Cannon Beach's main feature, the Haystack, was surrounded and blocked off by private property. No problem there because about a mile and a half down the road at the end if the well-to-do community is a public access site. First we ate at Mo's where I enjoyed an annual feast of steamed clams in garlic and butter broth. Then we walked along the wide packed strand to the Haystack. This huge ...
... where we can wake up and sit on our patio enjoying our morning coffee forgetting what day it is and overlooking the ocean. Whenever we travel, when we fall in love with a place, one of us will say 'retire here?' to the other and we will decide if it is retirement material! Well I think pretty much every place we have visited throughout this trip we have decided that every spot has been retirement worthy!
So needless to say we have fallen in love with Oregon!
If I had to ...