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All Things Gold Beach Oregon

While we love, love, love all things Gold Beach, we must acknowledge that there is more to this planet then just this little corner of paradise. Here we strive to bring you interesting stories and tidbits from all over and all times. Please enjoy the read and come visit Gold Beach to appreciate the community, the people, and all they have to offer!

5 Reasons to Visit Gold Beach Oregon

Gold Beach Oregon may be one of the best-kept secrets in Oregon. It’s located between Brookings and Gold Beach and offers everything from beaches, casinos, museums, hiking trails, and more. If you’re planning to visit Gold Beach Oregon soon, these are some of the top 5 reasons why you should. 1) The beautiful sceneryThe scenery in and around Gold Beach is absolutely breathtaking. With three mountain ranges surrounding a 1,000 mile stretch of shoreline and …

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5,052 Miles traveled from Gold Beach, Oregon: Winfield, Kansas

Museums seem to most as just a collection of dusty things that people have discarded. However, they tell us how it was all those years ago. This edition of the travel blog is more than just a history lesson. It is also telling us that even though times have changed, the basic principles of success stay the same. Winfield, Kansas, located in the southeast of the state, was founded by Colonel Edwin ‘EC’ Cassander Manning …

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Rediscovering These Golf Courses In and Near Gold Beach Oregon as Gems for Avid Golfers

Image from Cedar Bend Golf Course’s Facebook Page Gold Beach may not have an excellent reputation like Newport, but the beauty of this small, southern city lies in its simplicity. With only around 2,300 residents in Gold Beach, it serves as a great getaway destination for people who find solace in nature and out of the cities. No doubt it’s touted as one of Oregon’s best small towns—it offers fun recreational activities and gorgeous views …

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4,855 Miles traveled from Gold Beach, Oregon: Kansas USA

Winter is fast approaching. In the mid-west, the leaves on the trees are red. Some have turned yellow. In the days to come, they will begin to fall to the ground. The branches will be left barren. Frost will soon cover those leaves and then comes the white frosting called snow. Along the west coast, the winds and rain will increase. Any leaf that has fallen from its perch will find itself north, closer to …

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That many miles from Gold Beach: Anywhere USA

Every place we visit has one thing in common with Gold Beach and all the other places we have been to. One word describes it. It is an almost universal word that means the same wherever you live. Yet, the description varies depending on where you live. That word is pizza. *Disclaimer: This story may be biased. The author of this story got his first taste of pizza before he was ten years of age before …

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3,280 Miles from Gold Beach, Oregon: Watford City, ND

Our travels to North Dakota have been spectacular! We traveled from Lusk, WY to Gettysburg, SD and stayed on the Missouri River / Lake Oahe at the West Whitlock Recreation Area for one night. This was a very nice campground operated by the state of South Dakota. When/if we travel this way again, we will definitely stay at this park longer. The following day, we traveled to the Beaver Creek Recreation Area near Linton ND …

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Do’s and Dont’s when First Time Fishing with your Pet

Who says fishing and bonding with your pet don’t go hand in hand? Bringing your four-legged best friend on a fishing trip is one of the best ways to get him acquainted with water. Good thing the Gold Beach is pet-friendly—it is a place wherein you and your pet can go for a scenic stroll along Francis Shrader Old Growth Trail, run along the sandy shores of Pistol River State Scenic Viewpoint, and go on …

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3,140 Miles from Gold Beach, Oregon: Riverdale, ND

It doesn’t matter where you go, people are all the same. Campground etiquette has become non-existent in the last few years. People think rules don’t apply to them. We hear the same thing from RV parks and Campground owners wherever we travel. “People say they reserved this spot. They can do whatever they want.” Not so. Rules are in place to protect us from ourselves. It has been that way since the seventies. ‘Don’t use …

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