White Rock Resort

16800 Hwy 101 N, Smith River, California, 95567, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Smith River

Bad Luck comes in 3's??? BUT, some good TOO

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle


... of our campground. We hadn’t gotten far when Pete was flagged down by some guys in a pickup. They’d been fishing and were on the way home, but ran out of gas. They offered to sell some of the catch, king salmon, for gas. The boys did some negotiating and in the end we took a gas can to the filling station, returned and selected a filet and a whole fish. The young man who was the spokesman of the group asked if we’d like to go fishing ...

The Gray North

A travel blog entry by winegalcj


... coast through Redwood forests, past craggy coastlines and great stretches of dark gray sandy beaches, edged by gnarled Cypress trees dwarfed by the wind. Truly one of the most scenic coastal drives in the world and lucky for me this is my home state. Every time I cruise up and down this coast I am amazed and awe struck by its beauty and wonder. I think it’s the best and I’ve been to a lot of beautiful places.

Such a ...

Crater Lake and beyond

A travel blog entry by whereisdad


... o ur nights lodging at the KOA. We did have an opportunity to test Greg's K1100's gas mileage figures as we planned to fill up as soon as we left Crater Lake, only to find that there were no gas stations open on the road we were on (US 62). We finally found gas by getting off of US 62 and going into Shady Cove, OR where we found one small gas station open and were able to get fuel ( non-ethanol premium at that) ...

Fern Canyon attempt number two.

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie


... hike/climb back up to the road (later we realized it was about a 800 foot ascent back to the car).

Somewhat defeated we drove back towards camp but not before stopping at the legendary "Trees of Mystery" in Klamath to have our Kodak moments with the giant Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue the OX. Having seen 1 gazillion trees by now we voted against paying the fee for the gondola tour. We snapped our pics, listened to the pretty hilarious guy doing the ...

Day 11-Redwoods

A travel blog entry by blakekelsey


... not too large of a detour to where a
lot of driving time is accumulated, but is so pretty! Avenue of the Giants carves through the ancient
redwood forest. The road is literally taken over by these massive trees-
reflectors are often needed where the road is narrowed by the prehistoric tree
trunks to the point where you can reach your arm out of the car and touch them. Some of the redwoods we encountered were over
2000 years old (1000 years before ...

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This campground, located on 16800 Hwy 101 N, Smith River, is near Harris Beach State Park, Brookings, Azalea Park, and Lucky 7 Casino.
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