Gold Beach Resort and Condominiums
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Oct. 4 - 13
Our last campsite in Washington state was at the very southern end of the peninsula in Ocean Shores, WA. We stayed at the Quinault Beach Casino parked in a grassy field right on the beach. A lovely setting and plenty of RVs were taking advantage of the opportunity with us. Met some nice folks here. And, as is customary at many casinos, the RV camping area is FREE. After our overnight we hiked the beach in the AM and indulged ...
Eventually, we see signs of Elk, in fact, off to the side we see a bull elk a little bit from the road! Unfortunately, there is nowhere to pull over easily, and we have a queue of cars behind us, so we can’t slow down to get a photo. Lavinia is keen to drive through some of the side roads and see the Elk meadows. Unfortunately, when we get to the turn off, it looks like the road is flooded. I get out of the car to inspect ...
... in a cute little seaside town called Brookings Harbor. Stayed right on the beach and rode our bikes down to a little seafood restaurant. Super good clam chowder! Slept fantastically listening to the waves crash, woke up and ate some delicious pancakes, and drove up the Oregon coast. Great trip so far, but once again we're having trailer break troubles, I guess that's what you get when you take a 4000 mile road ...
... the sixth lighthouse on the west coast. It sits on an inland and you have to walk over the rocks with lots of tide pools to get there, which you can only do at low tide.
Most of the campgrounds in Crescent City leave a lot to be desired so it is unlikely we will head back there if we ever get back to this part of the country. ...
... views on the south coast are the best in the state. Hence, the Gold Coast, I think.
Viewing areas and pull-offs offering views of the rocky coastline are abundant. We only went as far as Whalehead Beach but in that eight miles north of Brookings there are two state parks, Harris Beach and Boardman, two state beaches and two overlooks. This is typical of the entire coastline of Oregon. The scenery is ...