On this two night camping trip, we packed in a lot of adventure –including a stop at Munson Creek Falls, hiking an extremely muddy trail to the end of Cape Lookout, and climbing steep dunes at Cape Kiwanda.
On this two night camping trip, we stayed at a campground with views of the ocean and a wide expanse of beach, viewed the crashing waves of the king tides on the rocky coastline, and hiked in an old growth coastal forest.
The Southern Oregon Coast is scenic and rugged, with sea stacks and tree-topped islands along the coast line. On this three night trip, we camped at Harris Beach and explored the Samuel Boardman Scenic Corridor.
One of my favorite spring destinations, Smith Rock’s high desert area is a great location to kickoff camping and backpacking for the year.
This was my second time camping at Sunset Bay in the winter. Located near Coos Bay, this campground provides easy access to trails with many scenic viewpoints – perfect for a trip focused on photography.
On this camping trip, we spent two nights at Beverly Beach State Park near Newport, Oregon, and explored the Devils Punchbowl area at sunset.
On this two night trip, we camped at the Ohanapecosh campground, drove up to Paradise for quick fall color exploration, then spent a full day hiking next to the Ohanapecosh River on the Silver Falls and Grove of Patriarchs trails.
On this four day camping trip at Tumalo State Park near Bend, we explored the Oregon Badlands and trails next to the Deschutes River.
On this three day camping trip, we stayed at the Beachside campground near Yachats and explored the Cape Perpetua area.