Some of our favorite memories were created in southern Oregon … along the sweeping Pacific coast, in the lush Rogue River National Forest, exploring the damp Oregon Caves.
To help you get familiar with all there is to discover, is the easy to navigate, free online version of Travel Southern Oregon, with its outstanding graphics. The resource includes links to parks and campgrounds, recreational opportunities, weird and wonderful attractions and more.
One section that caught my eye is “Cycling Buzz.” It lists numerous cycling trails and roads to view the diverse outdoor wonders of southern Oregon. See the trails and adventures by clicking here.
Of course Oregon is known for its incredible State Parks system. So popular are these parks that it is near impossible to find a camp site as a drop in, so take a moment to contact Reserve America for a space if you are traveling between now and Labor Day.
Just six of the parks where Jimmy and I have camped in Southern Oregon:
– Sunset Bay State Park
– Shore Acres State Park
– Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park near Heceta Head Light House
– Tugman State Park
– Umpqua Lighthouse State Park
One fine county park is Boice Cope Park, operated by Curry County.