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TravelPod Member ReviewsJot's Resort Gold Beach
If you're headed up the Rogue River on a jet boat tour, or just meandering along the Southern Oregon Coast, you can't find a better spot than Jot's Resort. Big, comfortable rooms with river view, fridge and microwave, reasonable price.
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... in Gold Beach, Oregon. On Monday, Beth and Adrienne did a long run along the Rogue River, a brief view of the ocean and into the tree-lined back roads of Gold Beach. They met the rest of the crew for breakfast. The L'Hommedieus set out to explore the Redwoods while we went salmon fishing in the bay of the Rogue River. Unfortunately, the salmon were sparse this day and we were not lucky in catching our dinner. So, what do you do in this situation? ...
... different slot machine and I didn't win anything, but we walked out with our extra $80.00 in our pocket, and with smiles on our faces! Now let's see...camping here is free, AND they paid us $80.00, plus free coffee and sodas while we are there. All I can figure is these places must make a killing if they can do that. The casino scene is an odd one. I did enjoy reading about the local tribe that owns the casino. They had big elaborate wall posters ...
We arrived on the Oregon coast on Monday September 1st. The weather was fantastic and we were exhausted from driving so far the previous 2 days that we stayed close to the RV for the first night. Our accommodation at Harris Beach State Park was amazing for $20. We were 20 meters from the stunning beach and had our own fire pit and picnic bench.
we spent 2 nights here (just north of Brookings) then moved on to Florence. ...
Eventually, we see signs of Elk, in fact, off to the side we see a bull elk a little bit from the road! Unfortunately, there is nowhere to pull over easily, and we have a queue of cars behind us, so we can’t slow down to get a photo. Lavinia is keen to drive through some of the side roads and see the Elk meadows. Unfortunately, when we get to the turn off, it looks like the road is flooded. I get out of the car to inspect ...
... means you can't be bothered to cycle which unfortunately for us is what we have to do for fifty miles. It is grey, foggy and damp which is a shame as we cycle along some of the most amazing coastlines yet with massive rocks and islands all along the water front. We see another grey whale but even that can't lift my spirits much as we made our classic mistake of not eating enough and I'm nearly crying by the time we make it to camp. Starting to see what ...