Olallie Lake Resort

PO Box 5758, Salem, Oregon, 97304, United States | Campground
Prices around $85.00

Travel Blogs from Salem

Sending Forth

A travel blog entry by mary_and_paul


... storm at 7pm. Even though I wanted to believe that we'd avoid a wet evening. The second report proved correct. At about 6:45pm we were hit by a deluge. The bench, chairs and tables outside were soaked in a matter of minutes. Paul and I put on our Camino rain gear and tried to salvage chairs and picnic bench. Fr. Gabriel, Fr. Mike's traveling partner, braved the elements ...

June in Oregon

A travel blog entry by teamcc


... looked out there were 4 young guys in it and several more in the pool so decided not a good time for me to go. I have not had the TV on since arriving here---kinda nice!

June 10th-Tuesday—Up early and decided, after it warmed up to 62, to go caching in the neighborhood. No luck on the first couple-too many people around to search-but got the 3rd one. Then to the movies to see ‘A million ways to die in the ...

Day 149: Court Date

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... flip phone... I laughed at it.

Before leaving Salem we took a short driving tour by the Capitol building and through the historic old town section of the city. Salem, the capital of Oregon, is a cute small town that seems to have a lot of character in and around the center. Our historic drive ended us at a park (I have no idea if this was the real end or not). Since the weather had turned from rain into beautiful sunny day, we had a walk around the park ...

My trip to Africa-What? Why? Details!

A travel blog entry by katrinaserene


... it. :P So first a little bit of what the whole reasoning behind the trip is....many of you may or may not be aware of the changes and obstacles that have been thrown my way this year, completely throwing me off my " life path" or what I thought was my "path"...as I stubbornly tried to cling to the normalcy of what I was used to, instead of taking these obstacles as a sign to make a change, I got stuck in a rut. Nothing made me happy anymore, my work ...

Hops and R PODs

A travel blog entry by jilnmike


... K. Polk. Hmmmm, seems to be a some sort of relationship here- Dallas, Polk. The city offers a 35 acre park and a Forest River RV manufacturing plant on the edge of town. R Pod lightweight travel trailers are manufactured here.

On the way home we stop at the Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge. The land was set aside to protect the Dusky Canada Goose as well as other species and native plants. We didn't see any geese but we did see a lot of egrets. And then, off to home.


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