Pacific Reef Resort - Gold Beach

29362 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101), Gold Beach, Oregon, 97444, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 29362 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101), Gold Beach, is near Mailboat Hydro-Jet Tours, Otter Point State Recreation Site, and Cape Sebastian State Scenic Corridor.
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    Travel Blogs from Gold Beach

    North into Oregon

    A travel blog entry by colinhardcastle on Sep 29, 2013

    31 photos

    ... and although we reckon the minivan will be able to drive through it now, we are concerned it may be deeper by the time we get back. No Elk around, but I have to be careful where I step! Back into the car, and after turning around, back onto the main highway.

    As a compromise, we take the turnoff into the Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park to see if we can spot any more Elk by the side of the road. Driving along the Parkway, there are no Elk ...

    Tigers, Bears, Llamas, Deer and Goats

    A travel blog entry by stourwalk on Aug 30, 2013

    ... Caracal to come out - a desert lynx to me and you - and more 'cat' like than the tiger..

    After the Caracal we had a wander around the rest of the park and saw lots of great animals, bears, reindeer, elk, leopards, tigers, lions, warthog, ostrich etc before coming back to the petting area where it was time to say hello to Barney the Bear!

    After that it was time to go the Nursery section and see the ...

    Traveling to Brookings, Oregon

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Sep 27, 2012

    9 photos

    ... lunch. Just offshore is the Battery Point Lighthouse. It was first lit in 1856, deemed irrelevant in 1875 and extinguished, but brought back to life a short time after as ships captains felt it was an important nighttime navigational aid. It went dark once again in 1965, and re-lit again in 1982 as a private navigational aide. The light can be visited at low tide, the only time when the light is accessible.

    Jil is getting tired of driving, ...

    Cape Blanco

    A travel blog entry by outsidebreak on Sep 23, 2012

    7 photos

    ... It was really windy and quite chilly, and I think the weather and traveling were beginning to take a little toll on me. I was feeling pretty exhausted by late afternoon, and Jonas suggested we go on a date. What? I haven't showered in days, my face is bright red with windburn, I am freezing, and I smell like a walking campfire. But Jonas had a different idea, and he made me a big hot cup of tea, put me in the car, opened a bag ...

    Golf Day

    A travel blog entry by royandclaudia on Jan 12, 2012

    2 comments, 9 photos

    Not a very exciting day today for you non-golfers...

    Another beautiful day so we decided to try out the local golf course that is about 4 miles from here. The drive was nice - followed a river up the valley - saw lots of people parked down by the river fishing. Roy says the steelhead are running. Couldn't believe how many people there were.

    The golf course was beautiful. There was ...