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Old 08-29-2013, 09:52 PM   #15
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A mile by mile guide to hwy 101.... Printed magazine, free... Find it at any travel or tourism place. Online google search for web version..... But not near as detailed. It really is a mile by mile guide... Kept notes in mine, and it is a great reference..... Might can request it by mail.... Not sure....
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A mile by mile guide to hwy 101.... Printed magazine, free... Find it at any travel or tourism place. Online google search for web version..... But not near as detailed. It really is a mile by mile guide... Kept notes in mine, and it is a great reference..... Might can request it by mail.... Not sure....
After looking at multiple sites on Highway 101, I did find one that will send a printed copy. Most were to download. Find it at Highway 101 Oregon
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A mile by mile guide to hwy 101.... Printed magazine, free... Find it at any travel or tourism place. Online google search for web version..... But not near as detailed. It really is a mile by mile guide... Kept notes in mine, and it is a great reference..... Might can request it by mail.... Not sure....

Is there another version for Washington state
or does that one cover both states?
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Is there another version for Washington state
or does that one cover both states?
The WA state coastal road is usually more inland and not so interesting.
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If you stop in Newport, do not miss the salt water taffy. The Newport Candy Shoppe on SW Bay road makes wonderful taffy. It is truly worth the stop!
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There's Neskowin Creek RV Resort just north of Lincoln City and just south of Pacific City. Definitely set up for big rigs and it's right on the 101. We stayed there last summer. Nothing much in the cg and no beach access, but if you are into horse riding, you can do that at Pacific City on the sand dunes.

Astoria and Seaside are very cool and worth a stop. If you are staying near Astoria, a visit to Fort Stevens State Park is highly recommended. One of Astoria's claims to fame is filming of the Goonies and Free Willy. and the Oregon Film Museum is there.

If you go north across the bridge from Astoria, there's a nice Thousand Trails just up the coast a few short miles. Saw lots of big rigs there. Also just across the bridge is Cape Disappointment State Park right on the beach. Awesome State park. Sites are max. 45'. Even if you don't stay there, worth visiting anyway.

http://http://www.parks.wa.gov/parks...ubject=camping

http://http://www.thousandtrails.com...gbeach-map.asp
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I want to drive the Oregon coast road!! Can't wait to go there again!
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How is your trip progressing?
Wow...haven't been on the forum for a while and see where you revived this thread. Thanks for asking!

We spent time in Harbor/Brookings at the Portside RV Park. Charming. Went up the coast on Hwy 101 looking for reasonably priced diesel fuel, to no avail. Spent a night at the casino in Coos Bay. The wind was rocking the motorhome so bad that we had to even pull the slides in!!! The road north is beautiful, but not very friendly for stopping and sightseeing in a 40' M/H with a toad. We stopped at Depoe Bay to see some whales, but the wind was still blowing hard. We stayed at Devils Lake State Park in Lincoln City for a week. Very peaceful, but still windy and cold. Went on to Astoria, then over to Longview and into Washington State.

Anyways, we went thru the Cascades, Seattle, Lake Wenatchee, Leavenworth, Glacier, Yellowstone, Cody, Mount Rushmore, Minneapolis, Des Moines, Kansas City, Memphis, Birmingham, St. Augustine, Gainesville, Tampa, Sanibel Island and arrived back in Miami yesterday. 8800 miles in 5 months. What a magic carpet ride.
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