Casa Rubio Oceanfront Lodging

Address: 17285 Crissey Rd, Smith River, California, 95567, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 17285 Crissey Rd, Smith River, is near Brookings, Azalea Park, Lucky 7 Casino, and South Fork of the Smith River.
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        Travel Blogs from Smith River

        A Whale Of A Day!

        A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Sep 29, 2015

        3 photos

        Kamie & I woke-up before 7am to foggy skies, cold weather, and a rather rocking boat. We've had beautiful weather this entire cruise and today it looks like it is going to pour rain any minute. I had just put my contacts this morning on when Kamie was out on the balcony and he yells "whale!" and I go outside and lo and behold… there is the spray again. It wasn’t even 7:30am yet! What a great way to start the day. Later in the day, around ...

        Day 8 - Brookings Oregon

        A travel blog entry by rodeyo1 on Sep 11, 2015

        3 comments, 36 photos

        We left Bandon about 10:00 with clear skies. We stopped at a couple of overlooks in Bandon that look on Face Rock and the Cat and Three Kittens rock formations. From there we went to the Misty Meadows jam shop and I shipped Marionberry jam to Josh, Tess, Bob & Gail and myself.

        We rode on down to Port Ordford. The weather was very nice, almost to the point of hot. We decided to go out to Cape Blanco. ...

        The Red Giants

        A travel blog entry by jobyn on Sep 08, 2015

        13 photos

        Here we are! A little incursion into Californ-eye-aye - the only explorer more famous than Jedediah Springfield is Jedediah Smith, and we're sitting by a camp fire in the Jedediah Smith State Park, home to some of the world's oldest Redwoods.

        We left Umpqua quite early for us, so it really was morning tea time when we stopped at Sunset Beach - a beautiful little cove with a sandy beach and rocky outcrops on either side. The coffee tasted good with the ...

        Redwood Trees

        A travel blog entry by villadale on Aug 16, 2015

        10 photos

        8/16 Day 55 We are still camped just outside Crescent City CA. We started out getting McDonalds breakfast sandwiches and having breakfast on our way to the redwoods. We followed a route provided by the KOA with nice detailed directions that took us through a redwood forest loop in the Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park.

        The trees were magnificent, some up to 300 to 400 feet high and up to 12 feet in diameter. It is hard to believe that something that large can grow from ...

        On to Arcata!

        A travel blog entry by skaiiskaiiskaii on Aug 10, 2015

        8 photos

        ... to take us to Arcata - for $30 each! We thought it was a bit steep, but we didn't have a choice. The drivers here are bloody maniacs. There were signs, clear signs, saying '30' on them: we went through a speed awareness area or something that shows you how fast you're going - you know, that lights up with your speed and flashes furiously or has a sad face if you're going too fast - well, anyway, it said 59 at one point. It also had a picture of a bus falling off the road; but ...