KOA Campground Crescent City
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Friendly staff, good facilities, store with reasonably priced goods that come in handy when camping. Best of all the GORGEOUS kabins amongst the redwoods, very private with own swinging chair on the balcony and firepit and picnic table next to the kabin. Highly recommended. Good place to explore this stunning area.
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9/11 - Today we relaxed and just ventured around the town of Crescent City. We visited the Crescent City harbor which is the home to a whole group of sea lions. They plop themselves on a group of rocks along side the harbor and lay in the sun/swim and make tons of noise. They are huge - much bigger than the sea lions we saw in Washington. The …
Left Oregon for Northern California today (9/10). Coastline ride is absolutely gorgeous....many switch-backs and at times a white-knuckle ride (for me). Crossed into California from the town of Brookings, OR. We had to go thru a state inspection station at the Oregon/California line. No problem, simply were asked how far north we came from and …
Our campground has information on self guided tours for the area. We go out to drive through the Jedediah Smith State Park. It is fairly close to our campground. On the way to the park, we find a small casino and stop to check it out. It is really small, we don't spend much time there. We head out to the state park, it is beautiful, full of Giant …
Monday morning. A rather sad morning in that Gary and Linda have decided that it is time for them to head back home (They are getting ready for their next trip in 10 days). We have breakfast and say our good byes and then head on down the highway (101). We are on the road by 9:15. Our first stop is a beach with lots of beautiful rocks. Second stop …
... smell: salt casually mixing
with mist, clouds that roll in and in and in.
And when the tide comes—with achromatic white,
blank sheet of sky, the foghorn's gentle yawn—
they are closed off from land. That's how all nights
should be. Waves rise, take us higher, this one
saying come back, the next saying ...