Cape Blanco State Park

If to think, Cape Blanco State Park is one of my favorite places on Oregon Coast. First of all, it has a lighthouse. Second, the coastline is beautiful. Third, the area has nasty character, and I love it! You will say: what do you mean “nasty character”? The westernmost point in the state, state park…

Cape Disappointment

There is no disappointment in the Cape Disappointment. It was last active day of our vacation in Washington state. The next day the long drive awaited on us. So the warm sun of the cape felt especially good. There were two reasons why it was on our route: 1 – amazingly beautiful Dead Man’s Cove,…

Olympic Coast

The whole trip was meant to visit Olympic beaches. These incredible and wildly beautiful places should be visited at least once in the life. And even better, to be camped!

Two waterfalls of Gifford Pinchot National Forest

When I planned this trip to Washington, I realized how impossible is to visit all places I want in just one week. The snow covered volcanoes, emerald green forests, islands, and waterfalls. Almost with tears, I crossed out places from the list. Though these two waterfalls I wanted to visit. Both of them are named…

The Very South Of Oregon Coast

So last time we’ve been in Oregon I made promise to myself that we will return. Return exactly with one goal: explore Samuel H Boardman Park. This majestic arches and cliffs stopped my breath. I have special board on Instagram were I save all photos from this place. I even planned all Memorial Weekend trip…

Oregon: South Coast from Winchester Bay to Brookings

I’m definitely in love with Pacific Northwest Coastline. Rugged and green, it always has so many surprises and places to explore. The previous year we finished our adventure in Florence. At home, I started to get myself on thoughts that there are too many places at Oregon Coast south from Florence I would like to…

Golden and Silver Falls State Park

When you are planning weekends in Oregon you should add at least one waterfall into your route. There is one state park near Coos Bay, you will need to drive 24 miles off the Highway 101 by not well maintained and narrow road; last three of 24 is a gravel one lane path. Then you…