La Kris Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and Eva. We went to the jetty and Eva clamoured over the enormous sea wall rocks looking for 'caves'. She has an amazing imagination. We then walked further along the jetty and Eva decided she wanted to look in rock pools. So we changed beach. We drove a short distance to a beautiful calm cove ideal for children to play in. We started with a picnic of banana, cracker jacks and pancakes. Then Suzi and I went and sat ...
... to self: bring clubs next time!).
Our camp site at Bullards Beach was surrounded on 3 sides by tall pines and heavy vegetation, affording us privacy from our neighbors. In addition, we had electric and water hookup, so quite a nice setup.
From the park, we rode to the beach and the Bandon River lighthouse, one of 9 historic lighthouses on the Oregon coast. It was commissioned in 1895 and helped guide ships through the shifting sands ...
... a little cool with a pretty stiff north wind but not a cloud in the sky. Cathy and I played as a twosome and had an awesome day! The golf course was great but it was hard to focus sometimes with the spectacular views of the Oregon Coast. After our 18 holes and a little snack then we headed to the Punch Bowl. As I mentioned it is one of the coolest golf spots we have ever seen. The putting green is set up with 18 holes and ...
... was built in 1896 along the north bank of the Coquille River. The light shines from atop a 47-foot octagonal tower, with an attached building used as a office and storage. It is currently housed in Bullards Beach State Park, with tours provided by local volunteers. The tour guide spoke of a time when Bandon was the most significant port between Portland and San Francisco, anchored by ...
... We think they were probably standing like stunned mullets in their house watching a 30ft Cruise America RV turning around in their yard! Back on the 101 and following our own noses we made it to the lighthouse. We had lunch and took photos then headed north again. We are staying tonight at the William Tugman State Park. It is a lovely spot with water and electric hook up for on $20. A vast difference in price from ...