Sea Ranch RV Park & Stables

Address: 415 Fir Street, Cannon Beach, Oregon, 97110, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 415 Fir Street, Cannon Beach, is near Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach, Tillamook Rock Lighthouse, and Crescent Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Cannon Beach

    Canon Beach...a treasure map in a gold coin

    A travel blog entry by never2old on Sep 18, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... relax. On a small side note here, by this time Carla and I have passed on the news to everyone about her pregnancy. This small but significant change to our travel situation meant that I found myself sitting on a sand dune eating a cottage cheese, tomatoe and cucumber sandwich (on whole wheat of course ) instead of the the usual cheeseburger and fries. All due to Carla's new diet. I think this was just about my first introduction to cottage cheese and I ...

    Visiting Dawn's 48th state

    A travel blog entry by jose.dawn on Jun 24, 2014

    112 photos

    ... the Pacific Ocean now and again. Eventually, we crossed into Oregon by driving over the famous and dangerous Columbia River, across a 4 mile long bridge. This is the same river which gives its name to some of our "outdoor clothing".  Astoria was our first stop. This was the first US town west of the Rockies.  Lewis and Clark spent the winter of 1805 near here at Fort Clatsop, which is now part of the Lewis and Clark ...

    Astoria adventure

    A travel blog entry by lolpol on Oct 15, 2013

    3 photos

    ... happened on stilts down at the riverfront. There have been 2 massive fires around 100 years ago that seem to have devastated the whole area, and this might explain why there are so many old piles sticking out of the water and ruined bits of piers. I'll investigate this more tomorrow, getting fascinated by it as I've never seen so many wrecked bits in one place before. On to the Goonies house. 2 couples also turned up at the same time as me, everyone ...

    Sea Lions and Starfish

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 19, 2013

    28 photos

    ... Astoria a bit by foot. First, we walked down to the river and took a stroll along the riverwalk. We headed down as far as the Columbia River Maritime Museum before heading back. Sandy wanted to get some shopping in, so we stopped at a few of the antique stores and picked up a small Egyptian plaque to hang on the wall when we got home. Might as well take advantage of Oregon's sales tax-free shopping. A cruise ...

    Doin' the Oregon Coast

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Aug 19, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Yesterday we rolled out of Washington State with our trip OD just turning over 2000 miles. After leaving Fort Casey we drove it hard through the state, past Seattle toward a campground we had read about near Mt. Rainier, but alas the road was closed (so that's what that symbol means on the GPS!) and we had to regroup. We didn’t want to go to Tacoma and equally wanted to stay off of I-5. Pressing southwest from there, we ended up in Centralia. ...