Looking for a parking spot for me and my van. Anyone have space?
Amy, you're now registered. You are the 28th registrant, so we are maxed out. I hope you can find someone to share accommodations with. There are cabins at the campground, too.
I'm on the wait list for the trip -crossing my fingers. Would like to plan to share non-camping accommodations with someone (s)
Janelle Niemann-Ross, do you still have a space available at your campsite? If so, I would like to share site and costs. Please let me know. Thanks, Joe
i plan to rent a cabin in the South loop. The "Reservation Window" is not open past June 20th yet. Info says can accommodate 8, want to join me?
I'm in site 125. Peter and I will have the equipment setup for grilling and coffee pots will be on early.
There are some State Parks that do not allow hammocks. Might want to check LaPine. Nehalem State Park would not let you use them.
I just reserved site 122. I'm bringing my hammock too - for lounging not for sleeping- but one never knows what could happen.
We may have a spot for a second vehicle- check out the picture of the site to get an idea if a 2nd car would fit
Janell and Sand Mouth
I just came across a website that has photos of each of the individual sites at the LaPine State Park.
The site has photos and information on most sites in the NW. As a side note, Chris has offered up a couple of trees in her campsite (#123)for me to set up my hammock. There appear to be a few trees right next to the river that look promising. The site has its allocation of parking spots filled so I am looking for a spot to park my car hopefully near #123. I will pay the additional vehicle fee if anyone has a parking spot. BTW I have a brand new Hennessy Hammock that I can make available for someone to try out on this trip, I will include a tutorial on its setup and use. It's not for sale, I am just trying to spread the joy and comfort of hammock camping to my OOPS friends. Marty
Oregon Ocean Paddling SocietyPortland, Oregon