Idleyld Lodge

PO BOX 98, Idleyld Park, Oregon, 97447, United States | 2 star lodge
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Travel Blogs from Idleyld Park

Enjoying the Oregon Coast

A travel blog entry by jan3boys

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... so much bigger than the ones in Colorado, extending far inland, home to forests, houses, and roadways. Because of some hatching season, we were not allowed to walk on the sand with Ebony but the views were gorgeous anyway.

We camped that night at the Umpqua Lighthouse State Park where a feral cat tried to eat our dogfood and our smoked salmon. More rain, but not too bad. We got a good night's sleep in preparation for more coastal adventures the next day.
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Canyonville Jun 04, 2014

A travel blog entry by jabecker

6

... scenic rides through surrounding countryside and along the Umpqua River, especially the stops we made on the winery circuit. The wineries we visited were small, charming, intimate, and family run. Each winery was different from the other, but collectively much different than the bigger more sophisticated wineries in NAP and Sonoma, Livermore. Our dogs were welcome inside at two ...

A few days in OR

A travel blog entry by evans2014

1
6

Hey there folks we're now down in Oregon. It is just how I pictured it, with green rivers and hillsides of pine trees of all shapes and sizes. I'm sorry but photos will have to wait, as we needed to sort out forward accommodation, and that all takes time.
The is a mixture of farm land with cows lazing in the fields, then rushing rivers that just need to be stopped beside when possible for a photo opportunity.
We were in the ...

Day 14 - Bye Seattle hello Roseburg

A travel blog entry by ozheares

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... in for Dim Sum (Yum Char) at midday. We were overwhelmed with the variety and taste of the dishes and atmosphere – it was some of the best yum char we have had. Needless to say we ate so much we rolled out of there.

It was then a quick drive around Capitol Hill were we fell in love with the tree lined streets and pretty houses and so close to the city. It was bustling with activity ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by mbgower

Leg 3
7:30 Leave Roseburg. We aimed to be on the road before 8am each day. Where we got free breakfast, we ate at 7am. Where we didn't, we drove for a couple of hours and ate around 9am. You make WAY better time driving at night and early in the morning.

I'll say a couple of words here about Rest Stops. We aimed to stop every 60-90 mins at a rest stop. We'd get out, throw around a frisbee, get the kids to pee, then get back in the car after 10-15 minutes. It may seem ...

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