Above Photo: Dunes as seen from a trail just outside the campground.
Above photo: The Siuslaw River as it flows between the north and south jetties.
"A quick drive up the Coast brought us to this campground we last visited during the fall 2013. Looks like this will a good base for exploring the area before heading home."
"Only an 88 mile drive, but it seemed much longer because of the narrow winding roads. But the reward at the end made it well worth it. Now it's time to explore the area."
We had a short drive up the coast to Beverly Beach. This massive State Park campground is tucked in a dense forest. There's easy beach access via a path under the Hwy 101 bridge.
Top Photo: Stairs to the beach!
"Oh boy, back in our coach and at one of favorite destinations: the Oregon Coast in the fall. First stop is Tillicum Beach Campground."
"A short drive from our last campground is this state park that's located south of Reedsport that we wanted to checkout. It tucked in the woods on Eel Lake and Eel Creek."
We fired up the coach and hit the road, but before we made it to highway 101, we decided that we wanted to visit a park we enjoyed last year. So north we went and here we are.
It's like "déjà vu all over again"... Same campground, same site, just about a year later. Mooch checking the campground after a short drive day.
A glimpse of the historic Coquille Lighthouse behind piles of driftwood on the beach.
Look who has walked into our lives... Mooch! Someone dumped him in the campground a couple of weeks ago. The camp hosts have been trying to find him a good home and I guess they thought we were easy marks. But we negotiated a good deal: We got Mooch, a weeks plus of packaged cat food, a free night c...