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Old 08-23-2016, 05:35 PM   #29
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BTW if you get driven off the coast due to poor weather Champoeg State Heritage Park is a great location - lots to explore in the park itself but also a good place to base yourself for day trips to Portland and McMinnville etc. Its located about 16 miles south of Portland on the Willamette River.
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Old 08-23-2016, 08:43 PM   #30
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Insights Needed - 101 on OR coast

We drove 101 all the way from Port Angeles WA to Crescent City CA with absolutely no problems, all while towing our 2016 28 ft AS. As we got further south, out of WA and into OR, traffic increased. The delays for road work were minimal and just gave us more time to enjoy the views of the coast. Good luck and take your time. Oregon State Parks are wonderful and we made our reservations in February for arrival in late July.


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Old 08-23-2016, 09:55 PM   #31
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This is a really great state park for camping, we loved it here. Even better, it's ridiculously nearby to all kinds of wonderful wineries!

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BTW if you get driven off the coast due to poor weather Champoeg State Heritage Park is a great location - lots to explore in the park itself but also a good place to base yourself for day trips to Portland and McMinnville etc. Its located about 16 miles south of Portland on the Willamette River.
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My wife and I just got home from a trip to Olympia Washington from Fresno California. On our way home we headed even closer to the ocean and took HWY 1 prior to Willits down to Fort Bragg....not an easy trip and not one I would ever do again. 101 was a breeze compared to HWY 1. Take your time and explore the little towns on the road. We are back in Fresno now hating the heat and all the fires in the mountains around us. Maybe we will head back in a couple weeks.
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We traveled the Oregon coast from Florence up to Astoria this June pulling our 25' International. Highway 101 is a good road all the way, although you may have to slow or stop for construction at certain locations. Nehalem Bay State Park was our favorite camping spot, and Cannon Beach was a very pretty little town nearby. The Oregon coast is so beautiful, don't hesitate to pull your trailer on the 101. Just take it slow and easy. Your biggest challenge is keeping your eyes off the beautiful scenery while driving!
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we have driven it with our 34' AS. We have bicycled every inch as well. It is a nice trip. A bit slow at times but nothing compared to Seattle traffic Slow down when it says rough road. There are a few places with swales due to landslide repairs.
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