We are in the middle of a trip to the Oregon Coast. It’s no somewhere that we normally go, because I like beaches that are sunny, warm, and come with Pina Coladas. The Oregon coast rarely makes the cut on all three. However, we’ve hit the jackpot on this trip! (so far)
We’ve been staying at Beverly Beach State Park, which has been on my list for years and years. We are in site G4, which is basically about as far from the beach as we can be, but beggars can’t be choosers, and only limited sites were still available for our stay. The site is large, backs to the nature trail, and we have electric and water hookups. No long, luxurious showers without the sewer hookup, but RVing isn’t known for long, luxurious showering. Anyway, this campground is gorgeous! There are so many trees and shrubs that most of the sites seem quite private. The beach access is just at the end of the campground on the other side of Hwy 101. Walk under the bridge, and there you are…sand for miles. The bathrooms are nice and clean, and it looks like several of them have been remodeled in the last few years. There is a welcome center with maps and free coffee to help you plan your day.
We’ve been exploring up and down from Cape Perpetua in the south to Neskowin in the north. Normally we would see all the places through fog and rain, but we have had amazing weather. It’s been sunny, clear, and in the mid 60’s. I think it’s only my second coast trip in 26 years of living in Oregon where I haven’t been drowned and frozen. I finally understand why people like to come here!