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Today we arrive at this oceanside RV park and find ourselves with the ocean in front of us and the Rogue River to our right. Oh, yes and an airport behind us, but it's not used all that much, so didn't pose a problem - we did see one old DC3 land though. I thought the fog horn going off every 15 seconds might be an issue, but it was not either. …
The next day we left the campsite early and drove to the shower rooms, due to the rain. Yes, we are subject to nature’s whims! This is the first steady rain we have experienced, but we are in the Coastal Redwood area which is basically a rainforest. After cleaning up our respective acts, we drove about 200 yards to view the Roosevelt Elk that …
... again, during the summer season they don't take under 10's, so we had to pass on the opportunity - although Julie and I are determined to come back on our own at some point!
We headed into Gold Beach itself and found a room overlooking the sea at the Gold Beach Resort. After going to the local supermarket to grab some baby food and adult food we watch the end of the local high school american football match.
... went well.
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... Rock State Park where we could see pelicans, commorants, but no seals.
We stopped at Devil's Churn which is a split rock that narrows to a few feet before finally disappearing into the cliff.
We went to Sea Lions Cave and got to see the sea lions laying on the rocks, quite the sight. Also took an elevator down 200 ft. to see the cave where they live.
Our trip today ...
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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