Above Photo: Late afternoon view of the Pacific Ocean.
Our 4th visit since discovering Cape Blanco in the fall of 2014. We love the ocean views from this campground. In the middle of the pic is a rock formation that we fondly call Moby.
Cape Blanco - State Park Campground, near Sixes, Oregon: Site #A53 (53 RV sites total) - This site has: electric & water hookups. Campground Notes: flush toilets • showers • dump station not available • ocean access • trails from campground • trails nearby • 256’ elevation. November 11th - ?. Miles traveled: 107 miles (tap on mileage to see route & elevation change).
• They do not accept reservations!
• Most sites are spacious & private.
• Dump station is still closed. They waiting on approval for repairs & upgrading.
We nosed our coach into our campsite so we could enjoy the view.
Cape Blanco is the westernmost point in Oregon & second to only Cape Alava in Washington (lower 48 states). This pic was taken on the beach looking south below the lighthouse on the cape.
Sitting in our nice warm cozy coach and observing a foggy, rainy day outside. We're thinking it’s nearing the time to slip on the raincoat/pants and boots and venture into the forest. Life is good!
Yesterday’s freshly foraged mushrooms are today’s soup. Diana did her magic, and we had Chanterelle & Lentil Soup paired with freshly baked sourdough bread from Golden Harvest Herban Farm, a small bakery in Port Orford.
Full moon setting over Cape Blanco in the morning light.
Backyard of the Day pic. Sunset over the Pacific Ocean.
Local Flavor – Area Businesses We Enjoyed & Recommend
• The Crazy Norwegian's Fish & Chips Port Orford, OR
• Golden Harvest Herban Farm Port Orford
The Crazy Norwegian's Fish & Chips.