Rogue River Lodge at Snag Patch
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Rogue River Lodge at Snag Patch Gold Beach
Travel Blogs from Gold Beach
The drive was much slower today due to the reduced mileage, so lots of stop offs through the redwoods. The drive was great and the trees are insanely massive, huge, enormous or just laughably big, talk about the land of the giants :) This is a great area to holiday - doing San Francisco and up the California and Oregon coast is amazing especially if you love, cycling, camping, walking, hiking, kayaking, horse riding, wind surfing - the list goes on. The brilliant ...
... car and the door with heavy bags to get everything we need to get. The rooms are nice, rustic, and there is even a wood fired fireplace! I need to brave the rainy weather again to find the local Subway for dinner for everyone (and no surprise – it is empty with such bad weather tonight!). George is having a ball in the main living area with the kids when I get back, and we watch a bit of TV while the storm whips overhead, having a nice simple ...
... and raccoons!
Eventually we dragged ourselves away from the Park and carried on the drive to Gold Beach.
Along the way we saw signposts for a hotel that Julie was tempted to stay in - the Tu Tun Lodge - so we drove down there - to find this most amazing lodge house with some of the more fantastic rooms/views over the river possible - they even had a room available (that we could just about afford) - ...
Speaking of the ride.....today's route took Bill and Brian from Bandon to Gold Beach. The guys seem to be getting faster each day as the miles are stacking up. Are blueberry pancakes on the list of performance enhancing cycling drugs? They rode 55 miles today and climbed over 2800 feet. Here is the Garmin link for you hardcore cyclists:
... than I have in my whole life living and travelling around the world.
On the face of it with the people we have met and the places we have been there seems to be no sense of class or financial seniority. Of course we are not talking New York City, but there has been no sense of "my car is bigger than yours" (although everyone's car here is actually bigger then mine). Maybe under the surface but not to us. To a certain extent in the UK riding ...