Winchester Bay RV Resort

100 Ork Rock Road, Winchester Bay, Oregon, 97467, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 100 Ork Rock Road, Winchester Bay, is near Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.
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    Travel Blogs from Winchester Bay

    Lazy day

    A travel blog entry by weebles on Sep 10, 2013

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    We wake tired from yesterday and the fact that both our air mattresses are punctured which makes for rough nights sleep. We are camped by sand dunes and a lake so take the air beds to the lake and find one hole in one and ten I the other! Spend ages tryjng to patch them up and go for a swim in the lake. Set off too late and only do 25 miles. Need a rest day soon legs are ...

    Stunning, Beautiful, Magnificent

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 30, 2013

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    ... a river brought us to an Elk viewing area. This was located in a reclaimed riparian area, a vast meadow with creeks and ponds that was home to a herd of hundreds of elk and dozens of birds and duck species. Nice long parking lot along the road with gazebos elevated for viewing. The displays here let us know that the sexes only intermingle during the rut, or mating, season. For the rest of the year the males hang out together and the females and ...

    Lighthouse's

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Aug 02, 2012

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    We arrived in Coos Bay around noon today and headed out to see a couple of lighthouses. We took the coastal road (Highway 101) to the Couquille Lighthouse which is in Brandon named after a town in Brandon, Ireland in 1873. The lighthouse was first lit in February 29, 1896. It is now powered by a solar light.

    Next stop was the Cape Blanco Lighthouse, in Port Orford, so ...

    Travel Day

    A travel blog entry by royandclaudia on Jan 09, 2012

    1 comment

    ... The park faces out into the bay. We took a spot at the back, rather than pay extra for "the view" - but there is no one in front of us so we have the view anyway. Internet here is ok (not great but at least it works in the motorhome) and we have access to everything in the hotel - pool, hot tub, weight room etc. We're settled in and going to wander over to the casino a little later to check it out.

    Sorry no pics today - I only took one and it isn't worth publishing.
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    Fishing the Wood River

    A travel blog entry by stolenhours on Aug 10, 2010

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... to hook 4 or 5 large fish. One was a brown and
    his tractor was stronger than my 6 pound breaking strength leader. Fisherman who are cool about these things call this an LDR (“long distance release”). I also hooked several large rainbows. How large they were is kinda unknown. I landed none of them. Lots of LDR’s. As an experience, each of these was really heart pounding and tragic. A five ...