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TravelPod Member ReviewsShoreline RV Park and Campground Crescent City
If you could design an RV park, looking at a lighthouse, overlooking the bay and marina, in earshot of the fog horn, right out your front window...this is what you would end up with.
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One month ago we set out on this trip and tonight we are in Crescent City, California, some 10-20 miles south of the Oregon border on Highway 101. Third night on the road since leaving El Cajon. Weather still warm but starting to show signs of the season. We are, after all, in northern California. Long day on the road again today from Santa …
We moved here in an effort to get hooked up into the VA system in Oregon...and did...but discovered this wonderful; place with so much to see and do. What a view of the lighthouse that we walked to at low tide and toured.
... Park was our next stop I wanted to see Fern Canyon. Ok so Nick has a wee problem, being me. He seems to think I deliberately set out to find a gravel or dirt rd for him whenever we go anywhere, anyways to get into Fern Canyon you needed to take a dirt rd in for 8 miles lol I promise it wasn't a set up (or was it) hehe....
Fern Canyon was beautiful and just as the name says ferns are growing up the walls. ...
... by the road!
Arrived at our destination in Crescent City, CA & checked into The Lighthouse Inn.
Pleasant place, right on Rte. 101 - we had a huge room
Walked next door to Northwoods Restaurant & had good dinners.
Drove out to Battery Point Lighthouse (close by) after dinner just in time to catch last traces of sunset over the lighthouse which was actually 'lit up' for the night.
... quite as scary but the side winds were enough to keep you focused on the road ahead. Our ride into Seaside was relatively easy. We were staying at Neil's - our second Warmshower. We were met by a big smiley face on the garage and April, another cyclist who had been staying at Neil's for a few days after getting her panniers stolen on the side of the road. She'd left them after getting a puncture - when she turned around they had gone. She then recounted ...