Ship Ashore Resort

Address: 12370 Highway 101 North, Smith River, California, 95567, United States | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located on 12370 Highway 101 North, Smith River, is near Lucky 7 Casino and South Fork of the Smith River.
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      Travel Blogs from Smith River

      A bridge too far (for Angela)

      A travel blog entry by steveandange on Oct 11, 2014

      6 comments, 8 photos

      ... are bloomin' hard to photograph. Hill was followed by long straight road prior to our first tunnel. An experience Angela had been a little nervous about given the accounts in the book we're using. After putting on our lights and pressing the warning button, we cycled through as fast as our panniers and legs would allow. Thankfully, it wasn't that long and in scariness terms, not a patch on the bridge coming up. The only benefit of our extended tea stop ...

      Under the Redwood Trees

      A travel blog entry by tswine on Oct 11, 2014

      13 photos

      ... venture was south along Highway 101 which took us through Redwood National and State Parks and along the Coastal Trail with beautiful ocean vistas and long drives through the dense forest of trees. At Elk Prairie we found a herd of elk led by a bull elk that was big, bad and definitely in charge! We watched them though our binoculars for almost an hour and got close enough to a bull to almost touch him. Since it was close to the rut, the bulls ...

      Up the Oregon Coast

      A travel blog entry by thethakrars on Sep 01, 2014

      5 photos

      ... fishing and crabbing (except us) but Bav managed to get some free salmon for our dinner from the guy next door.

      Unfortunately we didn't make it up to Seaside as we had hoped. We had underestimated the amount of time it takes to move our beautiful RV and how tiring it can be to keep hooking up and in hooking everything... Lessons learned for the future

      Off we go now to Montana..... Hundreds of miles driving ...

      Pacific Coast - tree-rific

      A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Aug 13, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... to look at anyway. Along the way, there were loads of blackberry bushes so we put the skills we learnt on the farm to good use, and picked some. It was only the next day after we had pretty much eaten them all that we realised there were quite a few small worms wiggling about in the container. Tasty.

      A bit further south, we drove the Avenue of the Giants, which as the name suggests is a road with more massive trees on either side. It provides a ...

      Heading North!

      A travel blog entry by beattyfamily on May 16, 2014

      33 photos

      ... to explore much but we decided to hike among the giant redwoods.

      As part of our trip, we educated our self on the difference between a Redwood & a Sequoia. Both only naturally occur in California but in very different climates. The Redwoods need the more humid coastal climate & grow to taller heights. The Sequoias need to elevation & periodic dry heat of ...