Pine Meadows Campground

Address: 75819 Shortridge Hill, Cottage Grove, Oregon, 97424, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 75819 Shortridge Hill, Cottage Grove, is near Chambers Railroad Bridge.
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        Travel Blogs from Cottage Grove

        To the Coast and Veneta, the Land of the Dead

        A travel blog entry by howardbad on Sep 23, 2015

        1 comment, 55 photos

        ... the line.

        As we headed down the coast on the scenic ...

        Long way to the Oregon Coast

        A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Jun 12, 2015

        29 photos

        ... covered bridges.

        Cottage Grove is nicknamed the Covered Bridge Capitol of Oregon and has six covered bridges along the Covered Bridge Scenic Bikeway. The Centennial Bridge is a replica, built of parts of some other bridges that were demolished. Farther along the river we crossed the Suspension Bridge and the Chambers Railroad Bridge.

        The Chambers Bridge is ...

        On your marks, get ready..............

        A travel blog entry by jimh22854 on Jun 11, 2015

        5 comments, 4 photos

        ... gnarly black lava flow that is one of the youngest in OR, 4700 years. Then a pleasant descent through yellow pine to the town of Sisters. Because the route is not winter maintained, there is a Spring period, including today, when no cars but many bicycles are allowed on the middle 35 miles. Glorious way to start and easy to get hill climbing power from the cycling ambiance.

        The day finishes in a campground in Sisters a short bikepath from a burger/ brew ...

        Eugene Finally

        A travel blog entry by mrear99 on Jul 18, 2014

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... was wild, it was cool (maybe downright cold) and desolate. That’s what was so alluring and worth the extra miles. One other observation, unlike Route 1 up the East Coast, this highway provided many great overlooks of the Pacific. Looking at a map it’s obvious that there aren’t many inlets or safe havens for boats, so there just weren’t many boats out there on the Pacific Ocean. Especially as I ...

        Crossing Nevada

        A travel blog entry by jimh22854 on Jun 26, 2014

        7 comments, 3 photos

        ... where to stay and especially where to get fluids and food so we usually are in town parks or just outside of town. Here in Eureka the city office staff directed us to one close to downtown and even arranged to suspend the overnight lawn watering for us. All here are very kind both in the stores and public officials. Great place to visit. We are currently sharing the camp ...