Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Roadrunner Stops Along the Oregon Coast - 2016

After our July 2016 Warner Bros Reunion we made our way to:

  • Arnold, CA over to Fairfield, CA 
  • Travis AFB FamCamp  
  • Willits CA  
  • Harris Beach State Park  
  • Bandon OR 
  • Beverly Beach State Park  
  • Devil's Lake State Park  
  • (Pacific Shores RV Park  
  • Netarts, OR.

A. We had a nice setup in Arnold CA for our 2016 Warner Bros Reunion.
 B. After 8 days at Marty's cabin in Arnold, we drove to Travis AFB Famcamp where we were in Overflow parking for two nites (thought I had a picture...)

C. Next it was on Willits CA and the Golden Rule RV Park
D. After that we had an overnight stay at Harris Beach State Park.  Loved the park even though it was a tight squeeze.
 E. We traveled up the coast and stopped next at Devils Lake State Park in Lincoln City.  This was our last stop at a State Park.  No matter what we hope for after reading the info about the site -- we concluded State Parks are not for us.  Just to hard to get into...
 F. From there we splurged and went to Newport OR and the very very nice Pacific Shores RV resort.  Great site and location.
 G. From there we have landed in Netarts, OR outside of Tillamook for a few days.  One extreme to the other.  The Big Spruce Campground offers $17/night for full hook ups and the internet is pretty good.  Cable can be connected but a bit of a hassle with their cable box with reprogramming the remote for the TV required.  Instead we watched a DVD in the evening which worked out great.
We are thoroughly enjoying our trip up the Oregon Coast.  The views and scenes I will save for another post.  But for the record I wanted to note where we have been staying during our time here.

Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!


  1. I guess our love of state parks is a bit easier at 26 feet long. Glad you are enjoying Oregon. You know we love our home state.

  2. Keep going, pretty soon you'll be up here in Canada!

  3. I have west coast envy after being here in E TX for 2 months with hot to hotter temps.Looking forward to reading the next posts.