Seven Feathers RV Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeven Feathers RV Resort Canyonville
We were so delighted to stay at this resort. It was referred to us by a friend and it exceeded our expectations. Everyone was so nice. Helpful, clean and camper friendly campground. We will recommend this resort to all.
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Canyonville Oregon is the gateway to Crater Lake. We combined our stops so not to continuously weave back and forth from the coast to the inland route in order to see all of our travel list. We decided after talking to Robert Austin to stay at Seven Feathers RV Resort. Goggle them they are so proud of their resort. So even though it was going to be …
Our trip today was going to take us over the Siskiyou Mountains in northern California and also over Grant's Pass in southern Oregon. The 250 mile drive is the longest we have done this season and you never know what kind of weather you might get through the mountain passes but we had fair skies and dry roads …
... the day was to continue down US-101S for about 100 miles, to Coos Bay, and then turn east to Roseburg to be ready for Crater Lake National park tomorrow. We made one last stop in Newport for a cup of Starbucks, and headed down the first 50 mile leg to Florence. It turns out there must be a hundred "waysides" between Newport and Florence, as there are many towns and individual beaches in between. We stopped at some of the more interesting, and ...
... Great Lakes, Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo, Mall of America, Pride and time with friends in Minneapolis, Wall Drug, Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone, horseback riding in Wyoming, exploring Portland, the Oregon Caves, a wildlife safari and Aunt Sarah's farm are already so much! It is hard to believe we have over two more weeks! I am constantly thankful for this experience and an amazing family to do all this with. While I do miss home, I cannot wait to see what happens next. ~Bethany 119 ...
... at the southern end of the Cascade Range in Siskiyou County, California. At 14,179 feet (4,322 m, it is the second highest peak in the Cascades and the 5th in California.
Mount Shasta has an estimated volume of 85 cubic miles (350 km3) which makes it the most voluminous stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic ...