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Old 08-07-2011, 03:03 PM   #1
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Route to Oregon Coast

We have been to the Oregon coast many times, and this time will be spending a few days in Lincoln City. We have traveled Hwy 18 from Portland to Lincoln City and have found it long and full of signals (near Portland). Anyone know how Hwy 22 from Salem is, which ties in with Hwy 18 at Valley Junction? We will be driving our 32-foot Class A with a toad. Thanks for any help!

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It's a nice 2 lane with no giant hills or hairpins and relatively light traffic.

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When our daughter was in college in McMinnville, we found a route (coming from the Puget Sound region) that avoided all that suburban southern Portland stop & go. We used to take 205 round Portland, go off into Tualatin then across country to pick up 99 north of Newberg.

If you'd be interested, send me a PM and I'll dig out my maps and send you a detailed description.
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Old 08-09-2011, 02:10 PM   #4
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use it every time going to lincoln city area. it is about 15 miles longer from pdx but
at least 45 minutes shorter. going south on i-5 take salem parkway exit follow signs
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