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anon125

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Posted: 04/03/19 08:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hoping it does not rain too much.... what are the quietest nice parks on that coastal route?
Next Feb, mar and apr.
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Posted: 04/03/19 08:24pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

There are many nice parks but are they open that time of year? They should be quiet except for the wind and rain.

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Most all the parks are open during the winter months. Unless of course a storm closes them down for a few months. You must be a tough son of a gun to want to visit us in Feb March and April.. Good for you.. There will be no shortage of campground space. Make sure to hit Bullards Beach and Harris Beach state parks they are very nice and quite. Of course Harris Beach had to close down last December because of a big storm but they were open again by June. Make sure you bring your rain gear with you. You need not bring umbrellas, very rarely does the rain come strait down.Its always side ways. Good Gortex jacket and pants would be a great help. :-) Have fun with your visit and if you like inclement weather your going to love it here.





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Well we have hosted on the Central Oregon the last three winters. We have seen Rain, Snow, Wind and sunshine. Temps are usually mid 30's to 40's at night and get to the low 40's to mid 50's during the day. We host at one of the few closed parks during January and February mainly due to some flooding during King Tides. We also host at South Beach SP other months, If near Newport the third weekend in February, it is Seafood and wine Festival, both South Beach and Beverly Beach are typically booked full.
There are not that many crazy rainy days on the coast, before we started hosting, we would come down many times during "Winter" and only had stormy weather a couple times.


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Oh, it's going to rain a lot, during those months.
We love Cape Blanco and Harris Beach.
But the weather will be bad, especially if the El Nino continues next winter.


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Oregon has all of that state owned land on the Coast and is further south. To me it is like living in a cloud. Everything is wet all the time. But I enjoy looking at the ocean, especially winter storm waves. The food is great.

All of my favorite towns on the coast have commercial fishing fleets.

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Posted: 04/04/19 08:33am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I like the coast during winter - but bring rain gear, extra shoes, and clean up towels. You won't need reservations.


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We love Seal Rocks Cove RV. Beautiful views of the ocean waves crashing on the rocks.
Best views of anywhere we’ve been.


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Address: 1276 NW Cross St, Seal Rock, OR 97376, USA
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