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The yurt - my first in years - was musty and dirty inside, there were spiders in the corners and a strong odor of mildew. It was almost overpowering. The light and heater were great but the mattresses on the futon was like sleeping on...More
Over the last 20+ years I've been stayed up and down the Oregon Coast and somehow this gem flew under the radar until now.
Pros: I stayed in a pet friendly yurt (#50) which is a 1 minute walk to bathrooms and showers. It's also...More
not a camp or park to visit for solitude-- it is large and has many many sites for tents, RV's along with yurts and a few cabins to rent. very popular so reservations as needs many months in advance.
very well organized with very well...More
Lots to see here.We enjoyed our walk to the light house.I love Light houses .The view points are amazing .We took tons of pictures.This park also has a beach area and day use area -great to have picnic there.really enjoyed spending our day there.
Don't miss a stop here as you travel the Oregon Coast. Lots to see along this stretch. Canon Beach, Haystack Rock, Devils Punchbowl and Ecola State Park.
Lots of beautiful views and great places to walk on the beach. You will not get tired of...More
Just camping old school, bring your own stuff to cook and eat with. Tillamook is not too far a drive and you can get good coffee at Three Trees Coffee. There is also a Safeway and Fred Meyer if you forget anything. There are... More
Just camping old school, bring your own stuff to cook and eat with. Tillamook is not too far a drive and you can get good coffee at Three Trees Coffee. There is also a Safeway and Fred Meyer if you forget anything. There are also great restaurants in the area too that serve fresh seafood and locally grown fruit, vegetables, and meat.
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"Find out which yurts spend all year in constant shade. They're the smelly ones."