Rogue River Lodge at Snag Patch
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... we spent two nights in the Cape Perpetua area at roadside pullouts that had incredible views. Cook's Chasm was just amazing and we were able to camp right there, walk to the visitor's center and access some great trailheads. We did some fantastic hikes here. Cape Perpetua area is gorgeous - forest & beach.
We hit one more casino campsite in Lincoln City. Just thought we'd see if they wanted to pay us to camp there, too. Sure ...
... the wonderful beach they have here at Gold Beach! I let her know that back in Australia, we live about an hour away from the Gold Coast, so while her beach is nice, it simply doesn’t compare! She has heard about the Gold Coast, so we have a laugh together, and she helps us check in to a cabin nearby.
It’s pouring rain when we need to unload the car, so I drive as close as I can to the cabin door and run several times ...
... again, during the summer season they don't take under 10's, so we had to pass on the opportunity - although Julie and I are determined to come back on our own at some point!
We headed into Gold Beach itself and found a room overlooking the sea at the Gold Beach Resort. After going to the local supermarket to grab some baby food and adult food we watch the end of the local high school american football match.
We arrived in Golds Beach at 11 and thought we would be a little sneaky and see if our room was ready, yes the reservation did specify 3pm check-in but you never know your luck.
Well we were out of luck which i figured was fair enough as we were 4 hours early. The "helpful" lady at reception did let us know what our room number would be at 3 o'clock (she kept saying 3 o'clock like some kind of tick). I figured we could kill some time by grabbing ...
... our use of them, is limited and strictly controlled.
You can do pretty much what you like, where you like. The trails we have been riding have been through many parks. All the tiniest trails are marked on maps and are mostly well maintained.
If you don't use them at the moment, get out there now. My friend Lynn in Virginia commented on the cost or our trip. Travelling is amazingly inexpensive. Buy a tent, get out in your car ...