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Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area


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855 U.S. 101
Reedsport, OR 97467

 (541) 271-3611

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Here's what Trippy members say about Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area:

"He's got a lot of great tips, including: Ashland (Oregon) with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Medford and Crater Lake National Park Oregon Caves National Monument & Preserve Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area Sea Lion Caves Tillamook Cannon Beach Seaside (Oregon)"  See More

"If you head back to the coast, the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area (miles of sand dunes) and Sea Lion Caves are worth a visit."  See More

"Each place has it's own charm, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Yachats, Waldport, Newport (Oregon), Lincoln City."  See More

"That's quite the epic trip Mark! So I'm going to start with where I think you can skip. I think a lot of the tip-top of Northern California you can skip. I don't think the Nor Cal coastline really gets awesome until Fort Bragg in Mendocino County, where the coastline gets really dramatic. Stop at Glass Beach, which is really interesting and if you love beer, North Coast Brewing Company, which is one of my favorites. Continue down the coast past Point Arena and Point Arena Lighthouse and Museum and Sonoma County, which is a lot of people think for its wineries, but has great offbeat beaches as well. Sonoma County is my favorite California wine region, especially Healdsburg. From there, onto San Francisco. Between SF and L.A., the best coastal portion is between Santa Cruz and Morro Bay. I wrote a guide about traveling through that section here: >"  See More

"Keep going and you'll run into the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area."  See More

"It's COLD along the coast, but beautiful, so if the weather isn't too unbearable for you, try doing some light hiking around Devils Churn or explore the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area."  See More








   
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