Gold Beach Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsGold Beach Inn
Very nice room and staff, fabulous views. Definitely recommended place to stay.
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Travel Blogs from Gold Beach
... we spent two nights in the Cape Perpetua area at roadside pullouts that had incredible views. Cook's Chasm was just amazing and we were able to camp right there, walk to the visitor's center and access some great trailheads. We did some fantastic hikes here. Cape Perpetua area is gorgeous - forest & beach.
We hit one more casino campsite in Lincoln City. Just thought we'd see if they wanted to pay us to camp there, too. Sure ...
We woke up early in a woodsy Californian campground, and made our way up to the The Avenue of Giants ( monstrous coastal redwoods, the tallest in the world) the drive is so lovely, and we stopped a bunch to walk around them. We made it out of Cali and Into Oregon. Ryan and I have decided that California gives Texas a run for its money in how many days it takes to get through. Holy Cow, it's already Monday! We stopped for ...
... to take an jet boat up the Rouge River, but with the rain and cold weather that does not look like we are going to be able to do that. We extended our stay today until Thursday. We need to get on the road and find a RV Park that has 50 amps and full hook ups so we can do some laundry. We hope to be in Coos Bay on Thursday at a Casino on the ...
... sounds a Tsunami is coming and it is time to get to high ground - a comprehensive escape route to high ground was clearly laid out (turn right at the Green General Store, follow the road until you reach the big Church and turn left). - the final notation suggested that if you feel a strong earthquake, but do not hear the tsunami alarm it is a good idea to still head for high ground. A strong earthquake could potentially knock out the alarm. ...
... because a walk through the state park's campground is still pleasurable.
The campground at Harris Beach is amazing. Large numerous conifers protect the grounds from wind. The understory is composed of shrubs, bushes and blackberry vines. It is very woodsy- beautiful if one likes the woods. Our walk through the campground is enjoyable but our walk along the ocean bluff on the other side of the entrance road is ...