Anchor Bay Inn

1821 Winchester Ave.-Highway 101, Reedsport, Oregon, 97467, United States | Inn
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Finally, something other than trees

A travel blog entry by theheasleys


Well, we were tired of mountains and wanted to get to the coast . . . but we had to drive through a lot of mountains to get there. It was through the Umqua National Forest which was very nice with quite a few waterfalls to stop at on the way. But we finally reached the coast at the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area and found a campsite next to the dunes and where you could rent an ATV to ride on the ...

Locals Beach and Tsunami Art Gallery

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle


... him out WITHOUT my scent being on him from my hands----that way his mom won't kick him out of the nest". I think I learned that when I was a Boy Scout, but can't swear to that. Anyway, the rescue mission was a success so off we went with the dogs and jeeps for another day's adventure.

The guy watching over the Tsunami Art Gallery was working on his ...

BIG, I Mean Really BIG Trees

A travel blog entry by kellywiseman


... growth and how it reflects the health of the forest.  We tasted some really lovely laurel (would've been great with goat cheese and champagne vinagrette) and smelled some wild ginger.  We then learned more about the trees and what's being done to protect them from ever-encroaching human habitat and environmental changes!!  Fortunately, they are still protected and we should do whatever possible to protect this old growth here, in Washington and ...

We Love Oregon!

A travel blog entry by patry

This is a top pick!

... fine on our own if she needed to be somewhere else but she said she was in no rush and that is why she loves her job so much! We explored a while longer with her as she shared more interesting facts about the tide pools. We also saw a dead sea lion on the shore that smelt and looked like it had been there a while. We were so thrilled we were able to participate in this amazing activity!


Foggy Day

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley


... and it is so foggy we can’t even see the cliffs much less the lighthouse. We continue to drive and the next stop is the Marine Mammal view point. Here we can hear the seals and sea lions, but again we can’t see anything. Oh well, that’s what happens this time of year. By now its lunch time, so we stop at the Portside Restaurant for some sea ...


This inn, located on 1821 Winchester Ave.-Highway 101, Reedsport, is near Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.
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