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We were heading north to the Redwoods and decided for a full day lay over in the Napa Valley region. We started with a picnic in the central square lawn area of Sonoma, stopped by a winery in Napa Valley for a quick tour, then headed outside of St. Helena to set up camp at Bothe Napa Valley State Park. We got a text from our friend Corey who lives in town, so we headed over for happy hour and hung out with him ...
Cannon beach played home to the hideout of the Goonies Fartellis and the cave that led to Chester Copperpots gold. The ocean emerged rock, shaped the same as Chester Copperpots medallion that assisted in finding the cave that can be seen from the hills of Ecola park where we stood. As could the other beautiful sights cannon beach's coast has to offer. Far from picturesque Hawaiian clear blue ocean waters and soft sand beaches, the coast of the northwest has a different ...
... we are in the Redwood National Park hooray giant trees can't wait to see them properly tomorrow. Ben went to an info centre who pointed us in the direction of a wild camp spot right by the sea in the trees which is amazing no water from the tap but there is a stream which works out well for washing as the sun came out and was burning hot - happy days!! Meet a wicked couple ...
I just wanted to mention one other neat thing we saw along the Redwood Coast, a World War II radar station disguised as farm buildings! They are located along a gravel road in the Prairie Creek Redwood State Park on the coast just south of the mouth of the Klamath River, very near the Tour Through Tree. It was a nice little side trip, the view high over the ocean was great and it was relaxing to here the crashing waves below. ...
... the mountain of redwoods than what was previously possible. Before we went to the top of the mountain we wandered around the grounds as had thousands and thousands of other tourists over the decades this place had been operating. Gigantic wooden works of art adorn the property. This tourist attraction is definitely 'one of a kind' and our couple of hours spent there were well worth the $11 'senior' rate we each paid.
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Other places to stay in Crescent City
655 Highway 101 South, Crescent City | 3 star hotelfrom $109
100 A Street, Crescent City | 2 star hotelfrom $86
- Somewhat Overrated
- This is the place to stay in Crescent City.
880 Hwy 101 South, Crescent City | Hotelfrom $86
440 Hwy 101 North, Crescent City | 1 star hotelfrom $73
100 Walton St, Crescent City | 2 star hotelfrom $100
353 L Street, Crescent City | 2 star hotelfrom $70
701 Redwood Highway S, Crescent City | 1 star hotelfrom $56
- Interesting but very old and run-down
- Curly was clean!
- Nice place
1455 Redwood Hwy. S. (U.S. 101), Crescent City | Hotelfrom $67
- Great place on the beach
- All of the above are correct...
- Black mark on this beautiful city
220 M St, Crescent City | Hotelfrom $39