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Old 05-09-2011, 04:03 PM   #1
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PNW Hwy 101 Honeymoon Jeep trip!

Going on Honeymoon / Jeep run down the 101 from Washington. Starts in Grayland WA, to Cresent City CA, then I-5-N to home. Does anybody know of Oregon campsites that have beach access, and are jeep friendly? I have already planned on hitting the big dunes (of course), but im looking for the sites before / after the dunes. I would like to make the first stop either at Seaside, or north of it. Trying to keep about 4 hours of pavement time a day.... The rest is for stopping checking stuff out, and making sure my 4x4 handle still works! Thanks!

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Awesome.
My wife and I only did a fraction of that and we stayed in Portland, but the scenery is GORGEOUS. We LOVE Oregon.

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You might check out Fort Stevens State Park. It has a large campground and has direct beach access that you can drive right on to the beach. Plus a lot of historical sites locally. Oregon State Parks and Recreation: Rates
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You might check out Fort Stevens State Park. It has a large campground and has direct beach access that you can drive right on to the beach. Plus a lot of historical sites locally. Oregon State Parks and Recreation: Rates
Thanks O-W! Those are the kinda sites im looking for!
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Honeyman State Park. Right at the dunes in Florence, OR.
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Honeyman State Park. Right at the dunes in Florence, OR.
Thanks jonster, i was looking a different spot, but yours looks better. Honeyman it is!

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