Ocean Front Cabins

Address: 1610 Pacific NW, Oceanside, Oregon, 97134, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 1610 Pacific NW, Oceanside, is near Three Capes Scenic Drive.
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    Travel Blogs from Oceanside

    Back a little, forward a little

    A travel blog entry by stourwalk on Aug 11, 2013

    ... rather than head east we will go south again and do the oregon coast that we were trying to do now, then do Ashland and the eastern side of California (so napa valley, Yosemite etc). We'll save Montana and nearby states for another trip! Thus we headed back down to tillamook and booked a hotel there. Since it was early we headed off to Camp Mears to visit the lighthouse there - shortest one on the coast at 38ft tall! We then headed into netarts and had a lovely meal at the schooner ...

    No Room Left at the Inn

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Sep 07, 2012

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    While I always try to pre-plan these little vacations to the best of my ability, should I have thought that there would be no room at the INNS in either Seaside or Cannon Beach under $260.00 per night for a two bedroom with whirlpool tub anywhere in each of these two towns.

    We arrived early into Cannon Beach to just a glorious, not-a-cloud-in-the-sky day as it's only about one and a half hour drive from Portland. The first thing on the agenda was ...

    Escape from the heat

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Aug 16, 2010

    5 comments, 11 photos

    ... this day. The trail switchbacks up a steep hill and then follows along the top of Tillamook Head, with plenty of viewpoints, on the way to Indian Beach.



    The weather has been cloudy and damp all winter, but I was still a little surprised to find the trail so muddy in August. Crews were out placing and repairing wooden steps in a few places where the trail had washed out or become too steep. ...

    Day 5: The End is Near

    A travel blog entry by fftoregon on Jul 16, 2010

    3 photos

    It's the last day of our writer's workshop and we end with a talk by Margriet Ruurs on Writing What You Know. She shared ideas for finding topics to develop into informational texts such as looking at what you already have knowledge of; looking at what you would like to know more about; looking carefully at the environment around you; using pictures, newspapers, and magazine articles.

    A major point was that no matter your topic, you must do ...

    Day 3: Valuable Contacts Made

    A travel blog entry by fftoregon on Jul 14, 2010

    4 photos

    ... the day was by Jennifer Laughran, an agent with Andrea Brown Literacy Agency. Jennifer shared ideas on pitching your story and how to write a querying letter. She shared actual queries that have caught her attention.

    Our guest speaker for today was Lisa Schroeder, a local writer. Her topic was "I love revision and so can you." She spoke of our first draft as being our playground where we simply write and get the story out. She then referred to revision ...