Oceanside Rv Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOceanside Rv Park Gold Beach
This was a nice park on the Rogue River and the Ocean. We were here off season, so we had no trouble getting in, but I imagine in the summer it might be quite filled. Close to the town as well. Some spots wide open and other treed. We would definitely stay again. Nice gentleman runs it.
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... the mail to the town of Agness, 32 miles upriver, for many years. In theory you could drive up the dirt road along the Rogue all the way to I-5, but it's not exactly efficient! Our pilot spotted lots of wildlife and pointed out the sights along the way. Here we are picking some myrtle leaves, which give off a nice aroma like the bay leaves you might use to season a soup.
We saw a lot ...
After making good time, despite the wind and lure of the beautiful scenery to the right, once again we were led astray by a sign with a promise of food. This time the Black Forest Sausage Company. How can you not check that out? It turned out to be a small-medium detour and the restaurant, which was attached to a campsite was closed. However, Steve got talking to the German proprietor, whose first line was "how can someone as ugly as you be married to this beautiful ...
... time to get some laundry done and get our truck's emission inspection done so that we can renew our NC registration on time. And it will be a good time to post this entry.
Let me end by saying that this past week I celebrated my 5 YR Breast Cancer Survivor marker. It is a big milestone to me, and one of the reasons for the timing of this trip. My daughter, Ali arranged and compiled a surprise video for the occasion and sent it to me on ...
... Caracal to come out - a desert lynx to me and you - and more 'cat' like than the tiger..
After the Caracal we had a wander around the rest of the park and saw lots of great animals, bears, reindeer, elk, leopards, tigers, lions, warthog, ostrich etc before coming back to the petting area where it was time to say hello to Barney the Bear!
After that it was time to go the Nursery section and see the ...
... bike and travel. You don't have to do someone mad like us. Get in to a National Park, hike, walk, paddle, sit and stare. For $80 a day including food and gas I guarantee that you can see some of the best sights in the world, within 24 hours of your front door, wherever you live.
For God's sake get out and use the nature that you all have so close. Crater Lake is wonderful, but you don't need to go to the famous places like that or The Grand ...