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Old 02-29-2016, 03:54 PM   #15
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Silver Wolf, we camp on the Oregon Coast all months of the year, and prefer Fall, Winter and early Spring. The beautiful Oregon state parks are almost never full then, and the weather can be terrific. We camped at Nehalem Bay SP in January with sunny skies and 65-degree temps.

Sometimes a big winter storm will blow in and you can enjoy watching the biggest, baddest surf this side of Hawaii. Seeing it crash over a rocky shore or a coastal jetty is a not-to-be-forgotten experience.

Very occasionally in mid-winter snow will fall on the Coast Range and might hamper traffic for a short while, but it never lasts long. And snow in mid-March is almost unheard of.

So come on up, you'll love it.
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Old 02-29-2016, 07:03 PM   #16
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We just finished traveling from northern CA 1 and through Oregon. 25 AS challenging in CA. OR great.
Stayed at state parks water and electric/ dump stations available and no problem.
The weather had days in the 50's nights 40's.
Roads no problems. Super parks. Some even get back to you on the phone. We never made a reservation. Judging from the large amount of RV s traveling I would think it is beyond busy in the warmer weather.
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Old 02-29-2016, 11:42 PM   #17
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Just go do it! Schedule a stop in Port Orford and eat on the marina dock restaurant operated by a former restaurant chef who just could not stay retired. You may be able to park the night overlooking the bay where you need to walk down to the dock. The Motel that is perched on the cliff is a great option if so desired. Next be sure to stay a few days at Nehalem State Park and get on the beach. It is a very favorite spot of mine. The next place up the coast is Cannon Beach, also a must walk on the beach adventure. It takes a long time to travel the coast hyway. If you travel more than 150 miles a day you are missing too much.
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Old 02-29-2016, 11:44 PM   #18
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SORRY, THAT IS AS ABOVE: Nehalem Bay SP, NOT NEW HALEM!!
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Old 03-01-2016, 12:00 AM   #19
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Just got home

We spent the last week at Harris Beach SP (Brookings) First come, no reservations for now. Great trip, sunshine 60s, then rain 50s. Flowers blooming, fragrant myrtle, crashing waves… hurt to come home!
Sink hole south side of city (Harbor). Minor traffic revision. Some road work on H101 north of there. Short wait time. We heard a radio report tonight of a new slide south of Florence on H101. Sounded like detour will be needed.
Side trip to Shore Acres SP (SW of Coos Bay) on the way home. Stunning wave/headland collisions. $1.90/g diesel. What's not to like? Go for it
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Old 03-01-2016, 12:05 AM   #20
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Just do it! Schedule a stop in Port Orford and eat on the marina dock restaurant operated by a former restaurant chef who just could not stay retired. You may be able to park the night overlooking the bay where you need to walk down to the dock. The Motel that is perched on the cliff is a great option if so desired. Next be sure to stay a few days at Nehalem State Park and get on the beach. It is a very favorite spot of mine. The next place up the coast is Cannon Beach, also a must walk on the beach adventure. It takes a long time to travel the coast hyway. If you travel more than 150 miles a day you are missing too much.
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