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IdaD

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diazr2 wrote:

You must be a tough son of a gun to want to visit us in Feb March and April.. Good for you..


I mean, it's rainy but I don't think you need to be all that tough to endure winter on the Oregon coast. There's not a single month of the year where the average high drops below 50 degrees and the average low barely dips into the 30s.


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good point!
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IdaD wrote:

diazr2 wrote:

You must be a tough son of a gun to want to visit us in Feb March and April.. Good for you..


I mean, it's rainy but I don't think you need to be all that tough to endure winter on the Oregon coast. There's not a single month of the year where the average high drops below 50 degrees and the average low barely dips into the 30s.


Well my experience is many nights we saw 30’s during January and February, once in to March we may see some high 30’s overnight. We can also see days into the 60’s during those months.
The rain on the coast is not constant, once again it may rail in the morning then be dry
In the afternoon and vise versus.


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IdaD wrote:

diazr2 wrote:

You must be a tough son of a gun to want to visit us in Feb March and April.. Good for you..


I mean, it's rainy but I don't think you need to be all that tough to endure winter on the Oregon coast. There's not a single month of the year where the average high drops below 50 degrees and the average low barely dips into the 30s.

No the weather is not cold cold or hot hot, but I have seen it rain day and night for the entire month of March and half of Feb. Not rain rain but soaking drizzle like living in a cloud. Then because our weather is not cold or hot you get mold that forms on anything that is not heated constantly. Tough well maybe tough is the wrong word how about "persistent". Constantly drying things out constantly getting mud and fur leaves out of every nook and cranny of your house, RV, Boat and truck and as far as doing anything outside on days like that you will be looking like you swam a marathon. But nowhere close to the freezing snow you have in Idaho. I would much rather spend winters on the coast than anyplace in Idaho you guys have some nasty nasty cold out that way





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The following state parks on the Oregon coast have full hookups (listed from North to south) - Beverly beach even has cable - Reservation are recommended as we got shut out of a park because it was full on Valentines day

Park Full Hookup
Fort Stevens 170
Cape Lookout 35
Devils Lake 25

Beverly Beach 53
Washburne 50
Honeymoon 45
Umpqua Lighthouse 10

Sunset Bay 30
Bullards Beach 100
Harris Beach 35


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