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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... was excellent. The owners were really friendly and we had a good chat with them and another couple buying some 'growlers' and hoodies. Everywhere you go, be it the most run-down cafe or bar, they will have branded t-shirts, caps and hoodies on sale. And it appears people buy them. That evening, we ate in the nearby bar with a local rock band playing all of two feet from us. Sometimes it's good to be deaf in one ear and have an Everton fan you can talk to at the ...
... Eureka a little bit to see the town in the day time. Lavinia knows about a special house – the Carson Mansion, so we find it and grab a photo. It’s quite a house, and it’s a pity you can’t go in.
After driving past the bay, the road gets back to the coast, but unfortunately, the rain has started, and is starting to come down much harder. So we keep driving, and we don’t see too much for awhile, as the ...
... mostly with cranberry in them, but some just chocolate. The fun part is that it is like a mini Costco with just desserts! The whole store is full of samples! Yum and more yum. Of course after sampling, we had to take some home (or at least to the car) with us. We also found some Ollallieberry wine. I remember this from 45 years ago in Solvang, CA. I was very excited and of course some of the wine had to follow us home.
... do the country justice.
I certainly did not appreciate the scale and importance of agriculture. No idea if you import food or not. You certainly don't need to. If you do then you need to eat less!
State Parks. My God. These are an absolute national treasure that you must cherish, support and use. I don't think there is anything like them, in the world, certainly not on the scale and variety that you have. We have National parks of ...
... bogs, some of them look as though they haven't been harvested yet. I guess they are keeping them fresh for their Thanksgiving celebration in November. Then we drove through Langlois, sometimes referred to as 'Little New Zealand’ because of the sheep grazing on the hills here. This really piqued our interest but we only saw a few sheep so we couldn’t agree with the town’s nickname.
We then ...