Looking for a great campground on the Northern Oregon Coast? We just fell hard for Fort Stevens where you not only get beautiful nature but a history lesson. Check out our review here!
About a month ago my son and I did a camping trip over in Central Oregon, just outside of Sunriver. We were checking out the Bend-Sunriver RV Campground at the time and wanted to get out for a little walk. There are lots of great options in the Bend area, but we are fans of a... Continue Reading →
We have stayed in a lot of different types of campgrounds but usually do so in our little teardrop. We were recently given the opportunity to stay in a yurt, which we have never done before and thought we should try it out. We packed up and drove the 3.5 hours from Portland to just south of... Continue Reading →
This is one of the first years I have been out camping on Memorial Day in a very long time. Some friends invited us to join them for the weekend on the Rogue River and as I love that part of Oregon a great deal, I cleared everything so we could make sure to be there.... Continue Reading →
One of the National Parks that was first on my list to visit was Yellowstone National Park. It is the Grand-daddy of the National Parks System and has so many ecosystems that there is something for everyone! This National Park has been a leader in conservation for a number of years and is such an amazing place when... Continue Reading →
I am trying to get back in the saddle. I needed to give myself a break over the summer as this summer has been a hard one for me. I have had loss, I have added a job working from home. I have had to deal with way more summer and heat than ever before (darn... Continue Reading →
Nitty-Gritty: The hike we did was 4.85 miles long, and had no elevation gain. Trail length can vary depending on what you are up for, from a short hike around the Townsite Day Use area or walking to Historic Butteville (from the Townsite Day Use Area is it about 8.4 miles round trip and flat along... Continue Reading →