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Old 01-29-2014, 01:35 AM   #11
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Having bicycled this part of the coast three times, I'd say all of the above are excellent suggestions. The Lighthouse at Cape Meares (near Tillamook) was one of our favorites.
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Old 01-29-2014, 08:05 AM   #12
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Thanks, everyone, for all the excellent suggestions. We're really looking forward to our visit.
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Old 01-29-2014, 12:43 PM   #13
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Here's one of our favorite websites for Oregon travel:

Oregon Coast Information, Maps & Resources | Travel Oregon

Enjoy your trip!

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When in Newport we stay at the Port Campground, nice level spots, full hookups.
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Old 01-30-2014, 09:40 AM   #15
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Good info here. Thanks Kathie for the Oregon coast info page. We pick up our 21ft. March 12 and will be heading back down the Washington and Oregon Coast for part of our return to Texas. There are some great options here. Kathie we are friends of John and Joanne who sent the videos of your trailer to us. Getting pretty excited, only a few weeks left. Hope for good weather for on the way to Chilliwack!
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Good info here. Thanks Kathie for the Oregon coast info page. We pick up our 21ft. March 12 and will be heading back down the Washington and Oregon Coast for part of our return to Texas. There are some great options here. Kathie we are friends of John and Joanne who sent the videos of your trailer to us. Getting pretty excited, only a few weeks left. Hope for good weather for on the way to Chilliwack!
How exciting - nice to 'meet you'. I think John and Joanne moved up their pick up date to March. FYI - If you don't like driving through Seattle (which we hate) we cut over on Rt 20 to Whidbey Island and took the ferry at Coupeville to Port Townsend (a charming Victorian town). Ft Worden is a nice place to camp although there are lots of options in the area. From there you can head down 101 along the Hood Canal or take the scenic drive (the long way around) via Port Angeles over to the coast and catch 101 there.

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